Plasa: Phonic Firewire Mixers

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Plasa: Phonic Firewire Mixers
Barnabas shows us the Helix Board

Phonic have a new range of Helix Board Firewire Mixing desks which they were showing on UK Distributor Shure's stand at Plasa. They were showing 12, 18 and 24-channel mixers, each with on-board effects and a built-in Firewire interface with up to 18 channels, offering the ability to do live multitrack recordings straight from mixer to your computer. As usual with Phonic products, they are pretty compact, well-spec'd and very reasonable in price - we asked Product Development manager Barnabas Hung to give us a quick run-through on camera.

We'd finished filming him and were doing some close-ups, when someone came up to the Phonic stand and enthused about his recent purchase - we're used to manufacturers telling us how great their products are, but when you get glowing recommendations from a user, then you know they're onto something! Prices for the 12 and 18 channel versions are £299/450 respectively, with the price of the 24 channel desk to be announced shortly. More at:-

  • www.phonic.com
  • shuredistribution.co.uk More From: PAIA

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    LEPROCY    Said...

    Having read the litrature on the HELIX BOARD 18 FireWire MKII...I am very excited to make the purchase. I run Microsoft Vista Ultimate on my computer and am awaiting shiping now. Phonic is a powerhouse, and I feel privaleged to have this unit on the way.

    30-Apr-08 01:12 AM


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