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The Nagra LB Compact and versatile two-channel recorder.Click here for full Specification
LB is the latest recorder in the Nagra range. It is a two-channel digital recorder
designed specifically for the broadcast industry. It supports a combination of
features from the rest of the Nagra family making it a very versatile tool for
many recording applications.
Price: £2459 | Contact us for more details.
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CMA-1XE Microphone Amplifier
The CMA-1XE is an audiophile microphone pre-amplifier offering the highest standards of performance. Designed to give a high level of microphone transparency with ultra-low noise and distortion, providing consistently good sound over the whole range of gain settings, with a precisely re-settable level control to cover all recording applications.
The CMA-1XE is designed for the discerning professional recording engineer. The
microphone pre-amplifier is a critical component in the recording chain, as it
must take a low-level signal from any of a wide range of transducers and amplify
it so that it can be transmitted to a recording or distribution system without
loss of information or the introduction of noise. To meet today's requirements
for quality, particularly driven by advanced digital media such as 192 kHz/24
bit DVD-A (192S), places huge demands on the preamplifier electronics. The CMA-1XE
has been designed to meet these challenges.
The Nagra-VI 24-bit 8-track digital audio recorder/player.Click here for full Specification
The Nagra-VI is a 24-bit solid-state 8-track digital audio recorder/player with built-in mixing functions designed for location recording. It uses a 120GB internal hard drive (HDD) as its principal storage medium and a removable Compact Flash card (CF) as a secondary media and file transportation format. It is designed and built as an on-location recorder with the traditional Nagra ruggedness.
Price: £6,699 | Contact us for more details.
audio information is stored as a digital linear Broadcast Wave file and the recorded
files are iXML compatible. Equipped as standard with SMPTE/EBU time code, audio
limiters and filters (integrated into the microphone preamplifiers), hign-speed
USB-2.0 interface, a detachable battery pack and a 3 ½ TFT colour display. The
front panel, chassis and features were all designed using the experience of previous
NAGRA recorders which render the Nagra-VI easy to understand and simple to operate
even in harsh environmental conditions. It is powered by a Lithium-Ion rechargeable
pack (4.6 or 13.8 Ah). The record autonomy with the standard 4.6 Ah pack is approximately
4 hours. With the optional larger pack this in increased to more than 12 hours.
It is also equipped with two Hirose connectors allowing external RF receivers
or digital mikes to be powered from the battery box of the machine while on location.
The Nagra VI has, as its name suggests, six analogue inputs on XLR connectors,
four of which are equipped with extremely high quality microphone pre-amplifiers.
The other two connectors double up as AES A and B inputs for connection to digital
signal sources. The four microphone pre-amplifiers not only offer +48V phantom
powering, as one expects, but they are also equipped with Nagra in-house wound
transformers (when set to the dynamic position) offering an improvement of more
than 6dB in the noise floor over the equivalent transformerless inputs.