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ATS (Nagra) Nagra Seven
Two channel universal digital audio recorder
The Nagra Seven is designed to be a flexible device and can be adapted to a multitude of specific applications depending on the internal options installed. The base machine is a 2-channel 24-bit digital recorder offering sampling frequencies up to 192kHz, and is equipped with AES 42 facilities for digital microphones. Hardware options consist of 3G and Wi-Fi, SMPTE/EBU time code or ISDN communication possibilities. In addition there are software options for internal audio editing and audio compression (MPEG). Inputs are equipped with traditional Nagra microphone pre-amplifiers for dynamic and phantom +48V microphones and offer a range of switchable sensitivities to accommodate all common microphones. The audio levels, current operating mode and status of the recorder are shown on a touchscreen display. The screen is sunlight readable, and gives access to the entire menu structure of the recorder.
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