EtherSound ES8mic is the most convenient and cost-effective way to connect microphones to an EtherSound network using its eight switchable microphone/line level inputs. It transforms up to eight analog audio signals into as many EtherSound channels and injects them into an EtherSound network.
Each ES8mic built-in preamplifier features variable gain, switchable phantom power, 80 Hz low-cut and 12 kHz high-cut filters, as well as an optional compressor/limiter. All functions are remote-controlled via EScontrol software. It also includes eight protected GPIOs: four in and four out, RS232, and local channel assignment.
EtherSound ES8mic is available with XLR or Euroblock termination.
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