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re:Digital Audio board
> Ed Walden wrote:
> In planning the next expansion of our color correct department, we
> have run into trouble finding an appropriate digital audio board. At
> the present time, we are slated to purchase a Sony DMX-E3000. This,
> however, leaves quite a bit to be desired operationally and tends to
> be a bit of overkill. Our requirements are 4 AES EBU ports (8 inputs)
> and 4 bus outs with monitoring, at least.
> If anyone has experience with or knowledge of a more suitable and
> straight-forward to operate board that meets these specifications,
> please respond asap.
Look into the DESAM 200 made by Graham-Patten. It may be what you are
looking for in a small-scale, high-end digital board.
To make it more economical, it's easily configurable so that you aren't
buying things you don't need.
Can't say what the Graham-Patten number is but they are located in Grass
Valley Ca. There are various distributors around the country (U.S.).
Good Luck Ed.