OK who makes this?

Discussion in 'Mixing' started by planet red, Mar 23, 2002.

  1. planet red

    planet red Active Member

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    I need to buy a line driver thing that will go from -10 TS to 4+ XLR. I've seen a bunch that are TS to TRS or RCA to XLR or RCA to TRS but it would be REALLY nice to not have to resolder all my cables. Oh yeah I need 8 channels.
     
  2. Richard Kuschel

    Richard Kuschel Member

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    Peavey used to make a very good one in 8 channels. I believe the price new was about $300. Check Ebay and others for used. Also Fostex and TASCAM built similar models :p
     
  3. e-cue

    e-cue Active Member

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    The Behringer Ultralink™ MX822 should do the trick. It's 8 channel as well. Right now I'm using a Roll Promatch to go out of my laptop to a EXT input to the console, but this is a different appilcation than I think you'll be using it for. Pep the link & check the spec sheet. (note: I endorse Behringer gear, the mods ask me to mention that)

    http://www.behringer.com/02_products/prodindex.cfm?id=MX882&lang=eng
     
  4. teddancin

    teddancin Member

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    I want to thank the mods for asking e-cue to mention that he endorses behringer. Not to discount anything that e-cue's saying by any means, it's just nice to know where people are coming from.
     
  5. coldsnow

    coldsnow Active Member

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    I just ordered an ebtech model but haven't gotten it yet.
     
  6. Gold

    Gold Active Member

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    Try Gains Audio. They have many configuations and they sound good too.
     

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