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Studio 1824 and the activation of the 48v on the audio inputs

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asked Aug 2, 2018 in Recording Interface Series Feature Requests by marcz (1,240 points)


Today with the 1824, 48v activation is done on all audio inputs. It's really annoying if you work with multiple microphones with and without the 48v, and therefore the 1824 sound card is unusable in this context.


In a future version of UC Surface, you can either choose which inputs have an impact on the 48v button, or you can trigger the 48v directly on the audio input concerned. The first solution for me would be the best.wink

Thank you!

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answered Aug 3, 2018 by jonnydoyle (251,060 points)
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answered Nov 19, 2018 by saintjoe (230 points)
Really hope this is considered, not a fan of activating 48v on all inputs...strange feature.
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answered Nov 19, 2018 by marcz (1,240 points)


 I answer SaintJoe's answer: "not a fan of activating 48v on all inputs ... strange feature". Your answer is contradictory, by default Studio 1824 has the possibility only to activate the 48v on all audio inputs. What I ask is that we can activate the 48v on the audio inputs that we would have selected. 

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answered Dec 3, 2018 by rickenplayer (330 points)
In other words, do what the Studio 192 interfaces do...pretty sneaky...