Chicago, IL (November 7, 2019)—CEntrance has introduced its new MixerFace R4B, a new edition of its mobile recording interface that comes with a pair of XY stereo microphones, PivotMics PM1, and a built-in 24-bit SD card recorder, creating a completely stand-alone, high-end recording device.
The MixerFace R4B offers the same features as other MixerFace models, including a rechargeable battery, metal housing and a tactile user interface
Two built-in mic preamps with 48V phantom power let users choose their own microphones for recording, or can be used with CEntrance PivotMics PM1. The unit sports Neutrik Combo input jacks with a Hi-Z feature allow users to plug in instruments as well, so the unit can can double up a music practice tool, idea pad or on-the-gig mixer.
The condenser capsules in the left and right microphones are each mounted at a 45-degree angle, forming a 90-degree XY stereo pair. Optionally, the microphones could be inserted into the opposite input channels, facing outwards and transforming MixerFace into an interactive field interview tool. The built-in 24-bit/48kHz stereo SD card recorder offers “One-Button Record” and captures audio immediately.
The MixerFace R4B is available now at $499.99 USD, while the new CEntrance PivotMics are also shipping separately at $179.99 for a pair.
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