Pro Tools Monitoring

Discussion in 'Monitoring' started by hbj, Jan 25, 2004.

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    Does anyone here know of a clean-sounding box that can essentially serve as a monitor section for ProTools? I.e., the L-R of Protools would feed this box through a volume pot (and possibly a mono summing bus) and then right to the monitors? I'm using a Mackie mixer now which has three individual gain stages, plus an unswitchable EQ. All that can't be helping the signal!

    I know Coleman audio makes the M3PH, but it's -SO- expensive. Anyone know anything good but cheaper?


    I've moved this to the Plugs, Mixing, Hardware forum. Mackie debuted such a unit at LA NAMM and Samson has the C-Control. I'm sure there are a few other units out there as well.

    [ January 25, 2004, 04:10 PM: Message edited by: AudioGaff ]
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