Spirit Pro Tracker

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Spirit Pro Tracker

Postby robertphilbeck » Tue Aug 11, 2015 7:04 pm

Not a lot of user opinions out there around this rack mount mixer. Any users? How do they stack up to the delta line? Room for modifications/upgrades?
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Re: Spirit Pro Tracker

Postby Jim Williams » Wed Aug 12, 2015 9:40 am

I went through a few of those back in the late 1990's. Fixed up the mic pre's for decent direct outputs. The mix section is a standard virtual ground inverting opamp design, they used 5532 and 072 opamps in these.
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Re: Spirit Pro Tracker

Postby robertphilbeck » Tue Aug 25, 2015 11:10 am

Thanks Jim. I've taken it completely apart and given it a good cleaning. Rebuilding the power supply. I notice a lot of surface mount electronics behind the faceplate. I don't see much in common with the Delta series at first glance.

I'm looking forward to firing it up. Not too many rack mount mixers with aux sends and a tape return on each channel.
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