The JoeCo BLACKBOX BBR1 24 channel multi-track recorder is available as as:
BBR1U (unbalanced i/o)
BBR1B (balanced i/o)
BBR1A (Lightpipe i/o)
BBR1D (AES3 i/o)
This entry is for the BBR1D which has AES3 (2003) i/o via 3 x 25way D-sub connectors – upper row. (Yamaha format pin out standard). Word clock input on BNC. Unbalanced analogue as BBR1U (cable looms not supplied)
The Blackbox BBR1D provides hassle-free but absolutely dependable multi-track audio recording direct from a mixing console when reliability is vital and simplicity is a blessing. It is ideal for computer free recording up to 24 channels of 24bit/96kHz audio during live performance and can be linked to additional units for even more tracks. The BBR1D is also ideal for Broadcast, Film & TV Sound and Post Production and can be remotely controlled and monitored via JoeCoRemote for iPad and has a range of fail-safe features to protect your process even in the event of a power failure.
Audio is recorded as mono broadcast WAV files to an external USB2 drive, or USB2 Flash drive. The implementation of JoeCo’s iXML plug- in additionally enables PolyWAV files to be recorded. Recorded files can be instantly imported into any Mac- or PC-based Digital Audio Workstation for editing, remixing and re-purposing. Simple full color screens instantly communicate all you need to know during operation and an additional software add-on turns the recorder into a BlackBox Player.
• 24-channel record or playback @ up to 24bit/96kHz • Multiple units can be linked together for large recordings • Only 1 rack unit tall (435 x 44 x 170mm) and weighing just 2.1kg • Records standard broadcast WAV files to an external USB2 drive, or USB Flash drive. Captured audio material can be used in any digital audio workstation for instant re-purposing without time consuming file transfers • Simple to operate and understand • Attaches to any live console to provide virtual sound checking • Fail-safe features for secure audio capture • Track, song and folder naming * Allows the creation of headphone monitor mixes with level and pan on each track • Remote control via QWERTY keyboard, MIDI, Sony 9-pin, JoeCoRemote • Remote control and monitoring via JoeCoRemote for iPad (see separate flyer)