Timesaver video on how to create a sound report for the 970 audio recorder using either PIXNET or the front panel of the 970. This is the same process for the Video Devices PIX 270i, PIX 260i and PIX 250i video recorders.

This video offers a brief tutorial on how to transfer recording files from a Sound Devices 970, PIX 270i, PIX 260i, or PIX 250i recorder to a computer via ethernet. Paul Isaacs, Director of Product Management and Design at Sound Devices, demonstrates this process using PIXNET - a web server that allows users to control all aspects of rack-mount recorders remotely.

Sound Devices and Video Devices products have gained widespread popularity in the Film, Broadcast, and Video Production industries for many reasons:

  • Superior build quality
  • Exceptional audio and video performance
  • Extensive range of features
  • Fast and intuitive control
  • Phenomenal global technical support
  • We truly value you, our customers
  • We listen!

We love learning from you and understanding your challenges. Helping you achieve your creative best is what drives us each and every day.

Our products have evolved into the great products they are today in large part due to our users' feature requests. Without your feedback, developing cool new features that are both necessary and helpful would be like shooting in the dark! We cherish this close collaboration with you; this is and will always remain a top company priority.

So, keep those ideas coming, but please understand that our policy is to not talk about any future features or products. We simply cannot promise, imply, nudge, or wink that we are going to update firmware to add {insert wanted feature here} or that we're going to come out with {add desired product here}.

Any and all feature/product requests are added to a large funnel of ideas that help inform future firmware and hardware development. Please know, we do take all of your input into consideration. However, the reality is not all ideas will come to fruition, due to numerous factors. We hope you understand.

While we have a rich history of updating firmware on existing products, we strongly encourage users to make purchasing decisions based on what our products do today.

Thank you for your continued support!

The Sound Devices, LLC team

Sound Devices released firmware v2.11, which expanded support of the CL-12 linear fader controller to include the 633 and 664 mixer/recorders. Previously released to integrate with the 688, the CL-12 now supports the entire line of 6-Series mixer/recorders. CL-12 setup for the 633 or 664 differs from the 688. This video walks users through the quick and easy process of connecting a 633 or 664 to a CL-12.

In the unlikely event that you need to manually force a complete shutdown of either the 633 or 688, this video demonstrates how to by-pass the PowerSafe and QuickBoot features.

The Sound Devices/Video Devices 970, PIX 260i, and PIX 270i units benefit from the inclusion of Dante digital audio networking capability. Dante allows for many channels of digital audio to be transferred between any Dante-compatible devices on a Dante network. Utilizing Dante, microphones, preamplifiers, mixers, recorders and many other devices may be connected together on one common, Ethernet-based network allowing for clean and simple physical connections as well as pristine, ground-loop and noise-free audio. Dante provides additional functionality in that any or all channels of audio may be routed to any of the Dante devices on the network independently.

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