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Dangerous Music have announced their newest monitor controller, the Dangerous Source - a portable and desktop unit designed for the engineer on the go or to fit a limited space on the desktop. They say that it is a perfectly tuned complement to any DAW for its centralized control of speakers, headphones, and more. The Source fits perfectly beneath a 13" laptop computer, but it can also sit unobtrusively on the desktop within arms reach to provide easy control of volume, input selection, speaker switching, and headphone control. An input for USB audio simplifies a traveling mix rig even further. Bob Muller, President of Dangerous Music, told Sonic State, "With the explosion of professional recording and mixing being done on today's powerful laptop computers, we wanted to bring our standard of audio path quality and functionality to portable monitor control. We've been making monitor controllers since before the product category existed in the mainstream, so the Dangerous Source seemed like the logical next step in the lineage of Monitor, Monitor ST and D-Box. We've also added a first for our products in that the Source connects directly to the computer via USB, saving even more cable hassles for the traveling engineer."
The Dangerous Source monitor controller sports many of the key professional features of the company's Dangerous D-Box, such as speaker switching for two sets of speakers, speaker volume, AES/SPDIF digital IN, 2 Stereo Analog IN, dual headphone out with a separate level control, and in addition, it can connect directly to a computer for monitoring of digital audio over USB. Dangerous Source is capable of up to 24-bit 192kHz on both digital inputs. Although the Dangerous Source is the company's first non-rack mount product, an optional 1RU user-installable front panel option will be available.
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