Precision Fader Control for the AMS Neve 8816 Summing Mixer. The 8804 is equipped with our proprietary Recall utility program for flexible use alongside a computer-based system.
The overwhelming reception for Neve's 8816 Summing Mixer gave rise to one regular question: 'can I add faders' The answer is the Neve 8804 Fader Pack, the perfect companion to the 8816.
Designed for rackmount or table top use, the 8804 features 16 long-throw channel faders with associated mute switches and two long throw master output faders. Veteran engineers will appreciate the feel of the faders under their hands as they ride levels and make sensitive adjustments to the mix. Connection to the 8816 is straightforward analogue audio, and the sound is pristine.
The Neve 8804 not only adds fader control to the 8816, it provides expanded functionality. Each 8804 channel fader has a direct output, and these can be set to pre- or post-fader. These direct outputs can then be used to feed effects units, to make separate recordings of individual elements of a mix, or for multi-track recording of signals from the 8816. The channel level pot on the 8816 becomes a dedicated auxiliary send for an outboard reverb unit, letting users add that extra touch of class to the mix.
The 8804 is equipped with our proprietary Recall utility program for flexible use alongside a computer-based system. Recall enables your Mac or PC to store and recall all of the 8804's settings, boosting your productivity. Put simply, this is Neve engineering at its best.
High-quality long-throw fader module for use with popular 8816 Summing Mixer
Hand-made by Neve in Burnley, England
16 Channel Faders and 2 Master Faders
16 Mute/Solo Switches
16 Direct Outputs Allow 8816 level pots to become auxiliary sends
Instant Recall of settings stored on PC or Mac via USB
4U rackmount or table top operation using built-in stand or optional Neve 8804 sidecheeks;
Fader Range: Channel 1 to 16: -infinity to +15dBMix Left and Right: -infinity to 0dB
Frequency Response: +/-0.2bD (10Hz to 20kHz)+/-0.5dB (10Hz to 40kHz)
Distortion: Fader at 0dB: distortion <0.005% (20Hz to 20kHz) - measured with a bandwidth of 10Hz to 80kHz
Noise: Fader at 0dB: noise <90dBu (20Hz to 20kHz) - measured with a bandwidth of 10Hz to 22kHz