Bare back studios are known for the high-end audio production equipment they sell in the city of Chennai.
But a big part of the appeal of these studio models is that they are easy to install.
So when it comes to installing a bare back studio, we decided to try the bare back option.
We chose to go for a studio that is a little less expensive but still offers great sound quality.
We had to make the decision based on what we could afford to spend.
It was a good compromise.
We are happy with the results, but not in a grand way.
There are plenty of bare back models that are much more affordable and more versatile than the ones we chose.
We also tried a few other options, but after a couple of days of testing, we settled on the Bareback Studio.
Here are some of our favourite bare back recording studio features.
Easy to install The Bareback has a standard footprint and the screws are small enough that you can put your fingers under the panel and slide it up and down without too much effort.
The footprint is about the same width as the front panel.
You can place a mic or other accessories on the back without much difficulty.
You will need to remove the rear panel to install the microphone, but the mic comes with a detachable cable, so it doesn’t take up much space.
You also don’t have to worry about a hard drive, as it is powered by the AC power socket.
The mic and cable are removable.
A small price The bare back unit is quite light, and it comes with the usual extras, like a dust mask, a case, and a USB charging cable.
You won’t be able to plug in an external power supply unless you have an extra wall outlet, which is not included in the price.
But you can plug it in from the front or the rear, and plug it into your computer.
Great sound quality You will get a full range of audio options.
The BareBack has two input channels.
Each input can be powered with an external AC adapter or an external USB power source.
The two inputs can also be connected to an external amplifier.
The microphone is balanced and is balanced for all the channels, so the microphone is loud and clear.
The audio quality is very good.
It sounds very good when used with headphones, and has a good dynamic range.
Clean sound The audio output is clean, even with a full-sized mixer, and the soundstage is wide.
The only thing you will notice is that there is a bit of separation from the speakers in the front.
But the separation is so minor that you won’t notice it.
The sound is also well balanced and has no distortion.
The low-end is also very good, especially with a low-level input like the microphone.
Simple installation The installation process is straightforward, and there are no complicated tools required.
It is easy to put the studio together.
The first thing you need to do is to remove all the plastic pieces from the back panel, and you can then install the back and front panel in a single step.
The front panel screws are relatively small and can be pushed down with the pliers, while the back screws are about the size of a credit card.
You need to carefully lift the panel off the back.
The rear panel screws can be pressed into the panel, but this is not recommended.
There is also a small screw that can be pulled out of the back to tighten the rear screws.
There should be no holes in the rear panels, but you can remove the screws and use them for other things.
The cable You can use the cable that comes with your bare back.
It will come with a USB cable, an HDMI cable, and an Ethernet cable.
There’s also a cable that plugs into your external power socket, but it is very thin and doesn’t support USB.
The Ethernet cable is also only available in black.
Easy setup The installation is very easy.
You just need to unplug the power and power supply from the audio output.
You have to turn the power off, and then plug in the power supply.
The back panel screws need to be removed and the rear mounting screws need be replaced with the ones that come with the BareBack.
The studio is simple It doesn’t feel complicated at all.
It has two inputs and a headphone output, and two outputs.
The recording interface is very simple, with a single button to adjust the volume, mute, and mute the mic.
You get all the basic features you need for recording, like the front and rear inputs, the microphone input, and even a front and back stereo line-out.
There isn’t any additional audio routing that you need, because it is connected to your computer’s audio output with a standard stereo input.