- AES3 inputs 1 through 8
- AES3 outputs 5 and 6
- DC power input (duplicate of the panel-mounted power input connection)
- logic input and output for remote control
In this time of uncertainty with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to ensure that the health and safety of our staff and customers are of the highest priority.
We are always committed to providing exceptional service to our customers even in these current circumstances.
We have therefore implemented some changes to our trading to alleviate the risk of the virus spreading, however, we anticipate operating as best as we can with the current circumstances to fulfill and dispatch orders as quickly as possible.
The following trading changes will be effective as of Monday 23rd March 2020 until further notice:
Showroom: Temporarily Closed
Online Orders for Pick-Up : 9:00AM to 4:30PM
(Orders must be placed Online Prior to coming in)
Online orders for Delivery: No Change
Our Online, Pickups and telephone channels remain open for business as usual, which will continue as long as we can do so safely. Our sales and customer service teams are available to answer your questions via phone or email.
Videoguys appreciates your patience and understanding whilst we navigate through these unprecedented times and we do apologise in advance for any inconveniences we may cause.
Please take care of yourselves and your family's during this time and we hope to be operating as normal in the not too distant future.
In the summer of 1998, the founders of Sound Devices set out with one goal in mind design and build robust, intuitive field-production audio products that improve the workflow for audio professionals everywhere. Within a year, the company made strong inroads into the broadcast market with its first high-performance product, the MP-1 Portable Microphone Preamp. With the new millennium came other transportable tools, including one of the earliest USB computer audio interfaces, the USBPre (now the USBPre 2), and then a full line of field mixers, like the 552 and MixPreD followed soon after. In 2004, Sound Devices entered the non-linear field-recording markets with its innovative new 7-Series digital audio recorders, a product line expanded with the development numerous accessories, such as CL-WiFi, CL-8 Mixing Controls, and the CL-9 Linear Fader Controls.
Sound Devices continues that tradition in the audio industry with several award-winning products, such as the 633 compact production mixer, the 664 field production mixer, the 788T portable audio recording system, and the 970 half-rack audio recorder. All four have earned the prestigious Cinema Audio Society (CAS) Technical Achievement Award.