PSC Solice Mini Mixer

October 24, 2014 at 5:40 pm

PSC Solice Mini Mixer

The new PSC Solice Mini mixer is designed for use by today’s professional sound mixer who needs a simple, compact, convenient mixer for use with up to two boom microphones and up to six wireless. The Solice Mini mixer provides all of the functions found on most control surfaces and adds a slate microphone, reference tone oscillator, and private line functions.

Hands on the Tascam HS-P82

February 26, 2010 at 7:37 pm

Nearly a month ago, we introduced Tascam’s new line of recorders. Now that we’ve received our first HS-P82, it is clear Tascam had a specific user in mind–those with smaller budgets, but high quality tastes. The touchscreen interface, dedicated knobs/switches, and natural controls layout lead users through a quick learning […]

PSC Refines the Solice Mixer

September 28, 2009 at 4:25 pm

Since the original review of the PSC Solice mixer of April 2009, PSC has responded with several improvements as described below. It is a credit to PSC that they responded so quickly, and an added bonus that they are offering all of these refinements to existing Solice owners at no […]

Glen Trew reviews the new PSC Solice mixer

April 8, 2009 at 3:17 pm

SEPT. 2009 NOTE: After reading this review, please read about the important refinements that PSC applied to the Solice mixer after this review. SOLICE REFINEMENTS, Sept. 2009 APRIL 8, 2009 It sounds great. When listening to a Sennheiser 8040 through the Solice for the first time, I was betting this mixer had transformerless […]