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Description

The DAV Electronics BG8 is 8 of the Decca Heritage BG1 Mic Preamps in a 1u Rack. The features of this microphone amplifier consist of low noise and low distortion. It offers switched gain controls for high accuracy level setting, high pass filter, 26dB pad, phase reversal and 48v phantom. DAV Electronics BG8 Features: Frequency response: 10Hz - 150KHz ± 0.25dB High pass filters: 65Hz @ 12dB per octave (Switchable all channels) Distortion: Less than 0.01% Typ, 0.001% 1KHz @ +20dBu o/p Phase reversal: All channels (Switchable) Noise: 25 microvolts [-110dB ref +20 dBu. Bandwidth 10Hz-18KHz input loaded 150 ohms, 32dB gain]. Clipping level: +29 dBu 48v phantom: All channels (Switchable) Connectors: IEC mains Input: XLR x 8 Output: 25 way D-Type (Female Tascam Standard, 4-40 thread) 26dB pads: All channels (Switchable) Dimensions: 44 x 485 x 255mm (HxWxD) Gain range: 26dB - 59dB in 3dB steps [pad in 0dB - 33dB]

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<1000 Euro ADC for DAV BG8?

I am looking for a device that can convert line audio levels from a DAV BG8 and a Soundfield SPS422 into digital. so no need for built in mike preamps. lot's of Gearslutz recommend RME UFX, but I want something cheaper. what about RME UCX, RME UC RME fireface 802, RME Multiface II ??

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Baptized in an Array of Phasedness

...correct NT5 outer omni pair 67cm, NT5 inner cardioid 41cm pair, both sets angled out 45 degrees, into DAV BG8 in a wooden ceiling church. 9 feet and a little bit high, a few feet back from the conductor, as usual No ambient noise reduction, omni pair 8dB lower than cardioids. It's enough to...

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THE Prism Orpheus THREAD!!!!!

...have to configure the AD card with jumpers) The other 4 Channels I use just analog - 1 x DAV BG8 for analog ins (Orpheus A) - 1 x Millennia HV3 8 connect anlog to the ISA 428 MKii So all together we have 28 channels of 96 kHz --> yes it works :) BUT: sometimes it drives...

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