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New Old Sound McONE Zen Active Monitor Controller

Code: 232622   
New Old Sound McONE Zen Active Monitor Controller

(1 review)

£379.17

Price excludes VAT

€438.70 (euros)

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McONE Zen Active Monitor Controller description:

The New Old Sound McONE Zen Active is a 3-in/3-out monitor controller. The N.O.S. McONE is a high-quality, simple and compact monitor controller. It handles up to three stereo inputs as well as three stereo input sources. The controller comes is a beautiful desktop box and consists exclusively of premium components. The voluptuous volume knob features great feel and makes extremely precise control possible. It is also very practical with the possibility to switch the signal to mono in order to test the mono compatibility, as well as a mute switch. Because the device is built-up passively, no power adapter is required.

The main features of the New Old Sound McONE Zen Active include:

  • 3 input
  • 3 output
  • Balanced 1/4" TRS connections
  • Stereo/Mono switch
  • Mute/Unmute switch
  • All passive, no power supply needed
  • Compact desktop enclosure
  • Input impedance: 10kOhm
  • Output impedance: 5-10kOhm
  • Dimension: Wx19.4cm Dx15.2cm Hx80.8cm
  • Weight: 1.2kg

 

Manufacturer: New Old Sound

This page first created on: 13/09/2016

Customer Reviews


GB

Review:
First and foremost - it's noisy! Turning the volume knob to 2 o'clock (about 75 of maximum) adds a substantial amount of hiss to the output - so much so that I'm going to be purchasing an alternative soon as I can't rely on it for accurate monitoring. My current model is also the third one delivered due to manufacturing defects in the first two. Looks and feels nice, but unfortunately is let down by the mechanics.

This customer purchased the product in June 2017