The Realiser A8 package includes all the items shown
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Smyth Realiser A8
The Realiser is a compact, free-standing audio processor. On the front panel are: a four-line display for setup and operation; indicator lights for channels in use, clip warnings, and system status; a memory card slot; inputs for headphones and microphones; and a USB-type port for charging the wireless head tracker. On the rear panel are an HDMI input and eight analogue inputs for up to eight discrete audio channels; an HDMI pass-through output; eight analogue outputs for signals used in setup or for pass-through; headphone outputs; and outputs for seat shakers. The Realiser package includes all the accessories listed below.
TU-1 head tracker
The head tracker is a very
small and lightweight unit which attaches to the
headphone headband. It is wireless and is rechargeable by plugging into the
front panel of the Realiser.
TR-1 head tracking
The head tracking
reference is a small unit which is placed centered in front of the listener.
It communicates with the head tracker to identify the position of the
listener's head, updated every five milliseconds. Indicator lights on the
unit verify tracking operation.
HTM-1 miniature microphone
Tiny microphones are
provided for in-ear measurements. Also provided are earplugs which position
the microphones snugly and comfortably in the listener's ears. A number of
earplugs are provided in three sizes, allowing for many listeners and
RC3 remote control
The Realiser is
menu-driven and the remote control allows for easy access to the menus.
remote control also makes operation convenient from the listener's position.
Stax SRS-2170 headphone set
The Realiser measures and
corrects for the response of any headphones.
Nonetheless, performance is constrained by the basic limits of the
headphones used. To ensure an emulation experience of the highest
quality, the Realiser can be purchased with the Stax SRS-2170 headphone/amplifier set.
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