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Sound Devices Scorpio 32-Channel/36-Track Portable Mixer-Recorder for Pro Audio Applications
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Designed for production use in the field—and boasting a powerful feature set even by the standard of Sound Devices—the Scorpio is a 32-channel, 36-track, Dante-enabled portable field mixer and recorder with a panoply of connections. Indeed, the Scorpio is the flagship sound-recording device in Sound Devices' production line.
16 high-quality, low-noise preamps are on-hand right from the device, accepting inputs over XLR, TA3, and TA5 connections. These preamps outperform all previous Sound Devices pres by any measurable spec. All of them provide 3-band EQs, analog limiting, high-pass filters, adjustable delays, and phantom power.
Need 32 channels of Dante in and out? The Scorpio is equipped for that. It also handles AES I/O and gives you 12 analog outputs. Multiple headphone outs are on hand to suit any kind of situation. Even communication headsets can be accommodated.
Use the Scorpio to mix up to 12 individual buses, all in a compact form factor that works equally well in an over-the-shoulder rig or a mobile environment. With an onboard engine that makes use of three FGPA circuits and six ARM processors, the Scorpio can handle complex routing schemes, pushing audio through its 64-bit engine to ensure a high-quality sound for your demanding, in-the-field needs.
The Scorpio boasts a 256 GB internal SSD for recording audio straight to the device, though two SD card slots are on hand for redundancy. Simultaneous recording is supported—though that of course might be redundant to say. The accurate, onboard timecode generator boasts its own battery to hold timecode for up to four hours after you power off the device.
The device was built to be as ergonomic as it is powerful, offering you one- or two-button accessibility to most menu options, and one-handed control over many menu shortcuts. Power the mixer with L-mount batteries, or use the TA4 DC inputs with smart batteries, inline power supplies, or NP-1 batteries. This Sound Devices' sound device even gives you a built-in dual L-mount battery charger.
Key Features at a Glance
16 low-noise, Scorpio microphone preamps
32 channels, 12 buses, and 36 tracks
32 channels of Dante I/O
12 analog outputs
Multiple headphone outputs
I/O for comm headsets in addition to headphones
Fully customizable routing matrix
Onboard EQ, high-pass filtering, and limiting
Multiple powering options
Rugged design for durability
256 GB internal SSD
2 SD card slots
Simultaneous recording to internal SSD and SD cards
USB control surface support via MCU
Frequency Response 10 Hz to 80 kHz ±0.5 dB (192 kHz Sample Rate, Reference at 1 kHz) THD + Noise 0.005% Max (Mic Input, 1 kHz, 22 Hz to 22 kHz BW, Trim at 20, Fader at 0, -10 dBu Input) Equivalent Input Noise -131 dBV (-129 dBu) Max (Mic Input, A-Weighting, 76 dB Gain, 150-Ohm Source) Engine FPGA-Based Audio Processing, 3 FPGAs 6-Way ARM Multiprocessor System 64-Bit Audio Processing Precision Ethernet Specifications Dante, AES67 Compatible 32 Channels I/O (up to 96 kHz), 16 Channels I/O (192 kHz) 1 GB/s 2 Ports, Transformer-Balanced Mic Inputs Class-A, Discrete Differential, Long-Tail Pair
Line Inputs Active-Balanced
Inputs Mic/Line Inputs: 6 x XLR-3, 2 x TA3, 8 x TA5 Mic-Level Inputs: (XLR, TA3, TA5): Class-A, Discrete Differential Long-Tail Pair Line-Level Inputs: (XLR, TA3, TA5): Active-Balanced 48 V Phantom: 10 mA to All 16 Inputs Simultaneously AES3 or AES42: over XLR Inputs 1 and 6 AES42: +10 V, 250 mA Available, Mode-1, Auto-ASRC Rtn A, B, C (3.5 mm/10-Pin): Unbalanced 2-Channel Com Rtn 1, 2 (TA3/3.5mm): Balanced, 1-Channel External Slate Mic (TA5): Balanced, Menu-Selectable 12 V Phantom Input Impedance Mic-Level Inputs: 4 kOhms Line-Level Inputs: 4 kOhms Rtn A, B, C (3.5 mm/10-Pin): 4 kOhms Com Rtn 1, 2 (TA3/3.5mm): 8 kOhms External Slate Mic (TA5): 8 kOhms Maximum Input Level Mic: +8 dBu (2.0 Vrms) Line: +28 dBu (19.5 Vrms) Rtn A, B, C: +18 dBu (6.2 Vrms) Com Rtn 1, 2: +24 dBu (12.3 Vrms) External Slate Mic: +12 dBu (3.2 Vrms) High-Pass Filter Adjustable from 40 to 320 Hz, 18 dB/Oct 1st Stage: Analog (Before Preamp) 2nd Stage: Digital Limiter 1st Stage: Analog All Subsequent Stages: Digital Attack Time: 1 ms Release Time: Adjustable, 50 to 1000 ms Threshold: Adjustable, -2 to -12 dBFS Selectable Knee: Hard or Soft Selectable Ratio: Inf: 1, 20:1 Delay Channel Adjustable: 0 to 50 ms Output Adjustable: 0 to 500 ms Maximum Gain Trim Stage (Mic Input): 76 dB Trim Stage (Line Input): 36 dB Fader Stage: 16 dB Bus Stage: 16 dB Headphone Stage: 20 dB Mic-to-Line: 108 dB Mic-to-Headphone: 112 dB Outputs XLR (L, R): Active-Balanced Hirose 10-Pin (L, R): Active-Balanced TA3 (X1-X6): Active-Balanced 3.5 mm Output (X7, X8): Unbalanced, Stereo Output Impedance XLR (L, R): 250/120 Ohms / 3.2 kOhms (Mic/Line/-10) Hirose 10-Pin (L, R): 250/120 Ohms / 3.2 kOhms (Mic/Line/-10) TA3 (X1-X6): 250/120 Ohms / 3.2 kOhms (Mic/Line/-10) 3.5 mm Output (X7, X8): 1.8 kOhms Headphone Outputs 1/4" and 3.5 mm Outputs TA5 (along with Mic-Input Pins) for Single Connection to Headset + Mic High Output, 4-Ohm Output Impedance 400 mW + 400 mW at Each Connector, Individually Driven Compatible with Headphones of Any Impedance Maximum Output Level Line: +20 dBu (7.8 Vrms) -10: +6 dBu (1.5 Vrms) Mic: -20 dBu (0.078 Vrms) X7/X8 Out: +6 dBu (1.5 Vrms) Headphone Outputs (1/4", TA-5, X9/X10): +14 dBu (4.0 Vrms) A/D Converters 32-Bit, 120 dBA, typical Sampling Rates: 44.1 / 47.952 / 48 / 48.048 / 88.2 / 96 / 192 kHz Digital Outputs AES3 Transformer-Balanced, in Pairs; 1-2 (XLR-L), 3-4 (XLR-R), 5-8 (Hirose 10-Pin A) 110 Ohms, 2 V p-p, AES and S/PDIF Compatible Storage Space 256 GB SSD, Internal SD Card Slot 2 x, exFAT Formatting Recording Format Broadcast WAV Monophonic and Polyphonic File Format 64-Bit WAV (RF64) Monophonic and Polyphonic Support for Files >4 G USB USB-C (USB 3.1 Type 1) for File Transfer of Internal SSD, both SD Cards USB-A Host for Keyboard, External Controller External USB Hubs Supported for Connecting Multiple Devices Timecode Modes Supported: Off, Rec Run, Free Run, 24H Run, External (Including External Auto-Record and Continuous Modes) Accuracy: 0.1 ppm (0.25 Frames per 24 Hours) Frame Rates 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97 DF, 29.97 ND, 30 DF, 30 ND Timecode Input 20-kOhm Impedance, 0.3 V to 3.0 V p-p (-17 dBu to +3 dBu) Timecode Output 75-Ohm Impedance, 5 V p-p (+12 dBu) Word Clock I/O Input: 10-kOhm/75-Ohm Selectable Impedance, 1-5 V p-p Input Sensitivity Output: 75-Ohm Impedance, 5 V p-p Output, at SR Remote Control USB MIDI MCU Control SD-Remote Android App USB Keyboard External Timecode Record Trigger LCD 320x240 Power External: Dual 10 to 18 VDC Inputs on Locking TA4 Connectors, Pin-4 = (+), Pin-1 = (-) Dual Rearmount Sony-Style L-Mount Batteries with Chargers Current Draw 875 mA at 12 V (10.5 W), Idle Operating Temperature -4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C Storage Temperature -40 to 185°F / -40 to 85°C Relative Humidity (non-condensing) 90% Dimensions (H x W x D) 2 x 12.6 x 8.1" / 5.1 x 32 x 20.5 cm Weight 5.8 lb / 2.6 kg
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