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Old 02-17-2020, 10:14 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Voyage Audio View Post
Yes, you need to consider that you are essential getting 8 mics, each with their own analog signal path, which is calibrated individually so that you are recording with a balanced array. Other mics you mention use MEMs digital output capsules - we use analog capsules for better SNR and gain staging, directivity and well, sound quality! We also support 96kHz and have ADAT connectivity.

Thanks again for taking a look! The feedback is very much appreciated.
It's great to have you here! I'm going to have to look more into this. I'm on the lookout for an Ambisonic mic and have been keenly investigating the Rode SF1 up to this point. Your mic, being second order, is somewhat compelling at the moment though.
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