Two Sonicview models are available, which differ in frame size and the number of physical inputs, mic preamps, faders, and touch screens. The Sonicview 16XP offers 16 physical input channels with motorized faders and TASCAM’s top-of-the-line Class 1 HDIA microphone preamps, while the Sonicview 24XP provides 24. Internally, the architecture of the two models is the same, with a generous 44 input channels (40 mono channels and 2 stereo channels), 22 flex output buses, and the L/R main bus.
This month’s microphone was suggested by Jesse, our Maritimes’ sales representative.
For February I’m featuring the Audix AP42C210A two channel combo wireless mic system, but a lot of the characteristics that will be called out here apply to all the models.
The Blink900 is an advanced 2.4GHz dual wireless system provides stellar, broadcast-quality sound for two sources to DSLR, mirrorless and video cameras, mobile devices, computers and more.
Because I had to pick only one microphone, officially the mic of the month is the MicroHP model from Audix. But in practice most of its characteristics are shared with the other models of their miniature microphone series for instruments.
Introducing the Saramonic Vlink2 is a versatile and easy-to-use 2.4 GHz wireless microphone system for news broadcast, interviews and field recording. The whole system is perfect for DSLRs, Mirrorless and all types of cameras, portable audio recorders and smartphones with 3.5mm microphone input.