View Full Version : Numark Vam-2000
19th August 2002, 07:42 AM
Anybody know about the NUMARK VAM-2000?
Any info is helpful...
19th August 2002, 02:24 PM
This mixer doesn?t look very mobile -- but who cares if you`re famous enough one time, you will have a lot of people carrying it for you :rolleyes:
Im shure you asked google before, thats what i found at my first request
At that time (1992) I was using a ?"-based editing system, the good old Sony 5800/5850 PAC editor with RM-440 controller. I had a VP-5000 I was using for a "B" roll deck and mixing all my video sources through an inexpensive NuMark Digital Video Mixer (the VAM-2000). The mixer (I hesitate calling it a "switcher") was a three-input video source with two busses. Synchronized mixing/switching between sources was possible through the NuMark's "B" buss, which had an internal TBC. My Character Generator was an old TexScan usually used by cable companies. That was it. It was crude and took a long time to produce manual A/B rolls but it was all I could afford at the time. Enter the Video Toaster 4000
This isn`t to much, but a bit... you can mail this guy and ask if nobody else knows more.
19th August 2002, 06:22 PM
Yeah, I found that guy's page too, I guess I was hoping for some tech specs and/or pricing. I searched long and hard for some info on this mixer, but to no avail.
It looks simple, yet it supports chroma keying and video blending. I mean to me the number of FX and wipes are not that important. The other cool thing about this one is that it can function in a rack or on a table.
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