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sound devices mix 3 comparative preamps and converter quality
Old 2 days ago
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AFAIK the MP3 & 6 derive the internal clock from the incoming TC when it's present so it's actually not pure time-stamping but includes clocking. I'm not sure where I read this. Could have been in one of the early videos with Paul in it from the trade show when they first came out.
Could be wrong but I do remember thinking that that's pretty great.
The first generation MixPre's (the non-M models!!!) receive timecode via a hdmi-input or a 3.5 mm input. The Musician models didn't have a TC in. If you use the hdmi input for timecode, the display of many cameras stays black because the camera thinks it is connected to a HDMI-monitor :-) Just saying...

Made where? I was a bit surprised 'cause my Mixpre doesn't have a made in or assembled in ... sticker anywhere on the unit itself.
Old 2 days ago
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As the Made in USA label is pretty stringent and filled with pride when marked with, I would believe a lot of the manufacturing is done abroad.
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The first generation MixPre's (the non-M models!!!) receive timecode via a hdmi-input or a 3.5 mm input. The Musician models didn't have a TC in. If you use the hdmi input for timecode, the display of many cameras stays black because the camera thinks it is connected to a HDMI-monitor :-) Just saying...

Made where? I was a bit surprised 'cause my Mixpre doesn't have a made in or assembled in ... sticker anywhere on the unit itself.
?. I was responding to someone asking about clocking on the MPs. anyway...
Old 2 days ago
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Guys they are "made" in the midwest US and probably have parts from other countries inside as do a gazilion other products.....No real mystery surrounding the company....
Old 1 day ago
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The IPS (Institute of Professional Sound) sent a film crew to IBC in Amsterdam and were interviewing various companies about new products.

The interview with Paul Isaacs of Sound Devices is HERE

If you want to see the other videos, the landing page is HERE
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