Soundscape R.Ed/16: This editing tool is a fully featured 16-track version of R.Ed that has AES/EBU and 1x TDIF as standard, and a 24/96 XLR analog option for up to 12 inputs and 16 outputs with a full range of sync options including LTC, VITC, video sync and RS-422 on the optional timecode board. This unit also offers a possible 250GB of IDE-based storage.
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