Sound Devices Demonstrates New Firmware at AES

Sound Devices revealed version 3.00 firmware for its MixPre series of audio mixers at AES in New York City.

MixPre with controller

MixPre with controller

Sound Devices said the new firmware will support a new Ambisonics plugin for MixPre-6 and MixPre-10T, have support for four third-party USB fader controllers and have wireless remote transport control and level metering for all MixPre variations including the M models with the Wingman App for iOS and Android.

Also on display at AES were the 633 and 688, industry-standard production mixers used on thousands of episodic television shows, feature films and reality productions.

Audio-Limited Wireless

Audio-Limited Wireless

Audio Limited, the UK manufacturer of wireless microphone systems, is part of the Sound Devices family. On display was Audio Limited's powerful, all-digital A10 Digital Wireless System.

The new A10-RACK, a single rack space enclosure which accepts slot-in wireless receivers such as the Audio Limited A10-RX or other brand receivers was also highlighted. The A10-RACK features built-in power and antenna distribution plus Dante for up to four two-channel slot-in receivers.

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