Phonic Introduces Summit Digital Mixer

Tampa, FL (April 29, 2010)--Phonic has introduced its Summit digital mixer, which offers 16 microphone and line input channels, all of which can be routed to any of the eight internal Aux mixes, eight subgroup mixes, control room mix, effect processor or main stereo mix.
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Tampa, FL (April 29, 2010)--Phonic has introduced its Summit digital mixer, which offers 16 microphone and line input channels, all of which can be routed to any of the eight internal Aux mixes, eight subgroup mixes, control room mix, effect processor or main stereo mix.

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AES/EBU digital inputs and outputs are also included, routed to and from the main mix. A series of XLR and 1/4-inch outputs send the main, control room, headphone, AUX and group mixes out to external devices. All of this is accomplished through a 40-bit floating-point digital signal processor.

The console has an internal digital sampling rate up to 24-bit, 96 kHz resolution, along with 17 smooth 100mm motorized faders arranged in a standard analog mixer arrangement. For multitrack recording, an optional FireWire and USB expansion card is available.

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