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|Package Weight||42.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||28.0 x 24.5 x 12.75"|
|I/O||Inputs: 16 mic/line (XLR/TRS combo) + 2 stereo line (RCA pin) Outputs: 16 (XLR) Expansion Slots: 1|
|DSP||8 effects + 10 GEQ|
|USB||34 x 34 USB audio interface, 2-track recording via USB storage device|
|Sampling Frequency||48 kHz, internal|
|Signal Delay||Less than 2.6 ms, INPUT to OMNI OUT, Fs=48 kHz|
|Faders||100 mm motorized, resolution = 10-bit, +10 to -138 dB, -∞ dB all faders|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||Less than 0.05% 20 Hz - 20 kHz @ +4 dBu into 600 ohms, INPUT to OMNI OUT, input gain = min. (measured with a -18 dB/octave filter @ 80 kHz)|
|Frequency Response||+0.5, -1.5 dB 20 Hz - 20 kHz, refer to +4 dBu output @ 1 kHz, INPUT to OMNI OUT|
|Dynamic Range||110 dB typ., DA converter, 107 dB typ., INPUT to OMNI OUT, input gain = min|
|Crosstalk||-100 dB (measured with a -30 dB/octave filter @ 22 kHz), adjacent INPUT/OMNI OUT channels, input gain = min|
|Power Requirements||100 - 240 V 50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||100 W|
|Analog Inputs||Input Terminals: INPUT 1-16, ST IN 1,2 GAIN: -6 dB / +66 dB (INPUT 1-16) Load Impedance: 7.5 kOhms (INPUT 1-16); 10 kOhms (ST IN 1,2) For Use With Nominal: 50 - 600 ohm mics or 600 ohm lines (INPUT 1-16); 600 ohm lines (ST IN 1,2) Sensitivity: -82 dBu (61.6 V), -10 dBu (245 mV) (INPUT 1-16); -30 dBV (31.6 V) (ST IN 1,2) Nominal: -62 dBu (0.616 mV), +10 dBu (2.45 V) (INPUT 1-16); -10 dBV (316 mV) (INPUT 1-16) Max. Before Clip: -42 dBu (6.16 mV), +30 dBu (24.5 V) (INPUT 1-16); +10 dBV (3.16 V) (ST IN 1,2) Connector: Combo Jack (XLR-3-31 type or TRS phone) balanced (INPUT 1-16); RCA pin jack unbalanced (ST IN 1,2)|
|Analog Outputs||Output Terminals: OMNI OUT 1-16, PHONES Source Impedance: 75 ohms (OMNI OUT 1-16); 100 ohms (PHONES) For Use With Nominal: 600 ohm lines (OMNI OUT 1-16); 40 ohms (PHONES) GAIN SW: +24 dBu position (default) (OMNI OUT 1-16) Nominal Output Level: +4 dBu (1.23 V) (OMNI OUT 1-16); 3 mW (PHONES) Max. Output Level Before Clip: +24 dBu (12.3 V) (OMNI OUT 1-16); 75 mW (PHONES) Connector: XLR-3-32 type balanced (OMNI OUT 1-16); stereo phone jack (TRS) unbalanced (PHONES)|
|Digital Input/Output||Terminals: USB (TO HOST), iPad Format: USB Data length 24-bit (USB TO HOST) Audio: 34 ch input / 34 ch output, PCM (USB TO HOST); Playback: MP3 or WAV file data / Record: WAV file data (iPad) Connector: USB (B type) (USB TO HOST); USB (A type) (iPad)|
|Control I/O||Terminals: NETWORK, FOOT SW Format:IEEE802.3 (NETWORK) Level: 10BASE-T/100Base-TX (NETWORK) Connector: RJ-45 (NETWORK); TS Phone (FOOT SW )|
|Dimensions||20.1 x 8.9 x 23.6" (510 x 225 x 599 mm)|
|Net Weight||29.8 lb (13.5 kg)|
|Noise||Equivalent Input Noise:-128 dBu typ., input gain = max. (measured with an A-weight filter) Residual output noise:-85 dBu, ST master off (measured with an A-weight filter)|
|Mixer||Input Channels: 40 (32 mono + 2 stereo + 2 return) Aux Buses: 20 (8 mono + 6 stereo) Stereo Buses: 1 Sub Buses: 1 Input Channel Functions: 8 DCA Groups|
We use this mixer for major events and a daily news program. It just works! I really like the GEQ mode for checking where instruments are in the mix.
I started my own sound company this past summer. I had used a tf3 and instantly liked the series. So i purchased the tf1 for my business. It takes alot if the guesswork out of mixing. Setting gain is super easy. Compression and Eq are a breeze.
I switch the TF1 to my previous mixing board and the Yamaha TF1 sound better.
First, my perspective: I mix FOH full-time for my basic living, 300 shows/year on a CL5 in a 2000 seat house. This was my choice for my personal rig, where a minimum footprint & cabling becomes very important.