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Desktop Summing Mixers - Studio Monitor Controllers - Custom Designed Professional Studio Equipment

Desktop Summing Mixer

89 € +shipping  (basic setup price)

passive audio controller little knob

Desktop Monitor Controller

110 € +shipping  (basic setup price)

Rackmount Passive Mixer & Controller

Custom Passive Summing - Studio Monitor Controller

1U Passive Summing Mixer

399 € +shipping  (basic setup price)

Active Summing Mixer

Neumann Lawo Filtek 2in1 active/passive Mixers

16 input stereo balanced in out Haufe transformers

Filtek Mixer

699 € +shipping  (basic setup price)

ssl style sound

Lawo Summing

769 € +shipping  (basic setup price)

Sommateur analogique vendre

Neumann Summing Mixer

779 € +shipping  (basic setup price)


1Unit Rack Summing 16 - 64 Input

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16 Input Channel Mixer

1u summing mixer

24 Input Channel Mixer

Haufe input transformer coupled duscrete summing mixer
Neumann 2B Summing Mixer all style
32 Input Channel Mixer
1u summing mixer box 8
vintage summing mixer

2Unit Rack Summing 16 - 94 Input

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16 Input Channel

master insert master A/P 4 stereo to mono, master mono
3in1 summing Neumann -Lawo - Passive mode switch
2U 16 input summing with monitor control section xlr

24 Input Channel

dual out control potentiometer ch insert master insert
24 in xlr dsub mixer
master insert send return TRS
2U summing 24 input TRS balanced xlr out

32 Input Channel

vintage maker analog summing mixer 7
my own summing
analog mixer studio summing
32 input TRS 6 x stereo Insert return 3 x trs out
40 - 64 Channel
4 x stereo to 8 mono master insert master active passive switch
Neumann summing
mixer input dsub trs in trs xlr out neumann mixer
64 in 32 TRS + 32 D-SUB summing XLR TRS out
64 - 96 Input Channel
4 x master insert 16 mono switch
2u 96 input studio mixer
48 in master sum 48 in slave sum
2u 96 channel mixer summing 10 x insert

3Unit Rack Summing 24 - 56 Input

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24 - 32 Input Channel Mixer

Matrix Summing Mixer
3u 64 channel mixer summing insert studio mastering
d-sub input xlr out summing box

32 - 56 Input Channel Mixer

32 input dsub xlr out dual balanced stereo
64 Group Matrix Summing Mixer
16 ch insert mixed inputs dsub trs
56 input d-sub trs summing mixer 16 trs out


19-inch rack Passive Summing 8 - 64 Input

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8 - 16 Input Summing

insert A or B select switch 2 x stereo to mono balanced
Summing Mixer Dual Insert Send
20 - 24 Input Mixer
4 x stereo to mono input conversion
2u 19-inch rack mixer with master insert
32 - 48 Input Channel
2xSTM dual stereo discrete balanced
32 input passive
64 Input Channel Mixer
64 input passive summing mixer
Passive summing mixer 2U Rack
Analog summing advantages
In the analog world, there are no 0s and 1s, only voltages. These complex sinusoidal voltages include harmonics and other elements. Analog summings are producing 1st, 2nd, 3rd etc. harmonics as well as saturation/rounding peaks which makes sound so called warmer, fatter, richer. It provides headroom buffer zone for harmonics, transients or loud sounds without risking clipping, which result a more dynamic open and wide, depth 3D sound. When mixing on a computer, many prefer to sum the tracks in the analog domain, which can result in more depth of field and a wider, more defined stereo image. I hear phrases like “more depth and separation,” or “more rounded/warm low end”, bass is round and fat, middles are intensive but pleasant, trebles are nice and silky. A sound engineer described as follows: the digital mixing is a mathematical summing, for example 1+1=2 (exact 2). When you mix in analog: 1+1=2,05 (because your tracks are summed as sinusoidal voltages) + as well as adding beneficial harmonic distortion the “pleasant harmonics”, rounds, transparency and more spatial depth. What is the Headroom? Headroom is the point “the safe place” where your transients are not damaged. Headroom is how much room has your audio signal has before it starts to get compressed and distorted. It provides buffer zone for harmonics, transients or loud sounds without risking clipping, which result a more dynamic open and wide, depth 3D sound. It provides space for Gentle Harmonic Distortion (harmonic and non‑harmonic distortions – analog nonlinearities) You know 0db = clipping mess if you go past it in digital, and in analog 0db is perfectly fine and you’ll have like 15-20 db of “headroom” In digital and analog audio, headroom refers to the amount by which the signal-handling capabilities of an audio system exceed a designated nominal level.[1]Headroom can be thought of as a safety zone allowing transient audio peaks to exceed the nominal level without damaging the system or the audio signal, e.g., via clipping. (wikipedia)
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