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Two New USB Enabled Mixers from Phonic

Thursday January 01, 2004
Phonic has announced the release of the Helix Board 12 and Helix Board 17, two USB enabled mixers that give you all the functionality of a dedicated computer audio interface combined with the functionality and audio performance of a mixer...
Two New USB Enabled Mixers from Phonic

January 16, 2005

Phonic has announced the release of the Helix Board 12 and Helix Board 17, two USB enabled mixers that give you all the functionality of a dedicated computer audio interface combined with the functionality and audio performance of a mixer.

Helix mixers are compatible with most Mac or PC computers and no drivers are required.

Helix Board 12 Features:

  • Stereo USB Direct Connectivity to your computer
  • Four mono Mic/Line channels
  • Two stereo channels, two stereo AUX Returns, two AUX Sends
  • 3-band EQ on each channel
  • 75 Hz low-cut filter on mono channel
  • Inserts and phantom power on Mic channels
  • Stereo AUX Send 1 cue for monitoring individual channel
  • Master AUX section with EFX to Monitor
  • Extra ALT 3-4 stereo bus
  • Mini Stereo I/O and RCA-type inputs and outputs
  • Rec out with trim control for record level matching
  • Control room/Phones source matrix
  • Balanced master output with 60 mm fader control
  • High-volume headphone output
  • DFX, our 24-bit digital multi-effect processor with 16 programs plus one main parameter control, tap control and foot switch jack

Helix Board 17

  • Stereo USB Direct Connectivity to your computer
  • 44.1 kHz S/PDIF digital output
  • Five Mic/Line channels with inserts and phantom power
  • Three stereo channels with 4-band EQ
  • 3-band EQ with swept mid-range plus low cut on each mono channel
  • Pre-fader solo for easy level-setting
  • Two AUX Sends, one with Pre/Post switch
  • Three Stereo AUX returns; two with EFX to monitor level control
  • Two true subgroups with Main L and R routing switches
  • Rec out with trim control for record level matching
  • Mini Stereo I/O for digital media
  • Rec out with trim control for recording level matching
  • DFX, our 24-bit digital multi-effect processor with 16 programs plus one main parameter control, tap control and foot switch jack
  • Built-in switching power supply with universal connector: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

MAP on Helix 12 (12 inputs) is $189.99 and MAP on the Helix 17 (17 inputs) is $289.99.

For more information, visit their web site at www.phonic.com

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