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Summing Console

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RED48

The RED48 summing console has the features of a large frame mixing console in two rack spaces. The control room monitoring section has three stereo selections and a passive stepped attenuator feeding the main monitors or alternate speakers. The communications section has a talkback mic (included) with level control and an independent slate output to designate tracks. The mix buss can handle up to 48 balanced analogue inputs that sum down to stereo and come out on a pair of XLR's that can feed the DAW to record the mix. There's a stereo insert so you can put a real compressor across the entire mix buss, a Penny & Giles master fader on the remote to do fades and remote switching for talkback slate and dim.

The QS8 is a control room monitor, a communications module, a cue mixer and a summing box all in a one unit. As a control room monitor the QS8 has a passive signal path, stepped attenuator and alternate speaker outputs. Both the stereo cue input and the stereo Aux 3 input have their own level control and combine to make the cue mix. Aux 3 eliminates the latency issue by feeding the input signal back to the headphone mix. The talkback mic with it's own level control allows easy communication with the artist. The QS8 also sums four stereo inputs to a balanced stereo output that can be recorded as a DAW mix track.

Designed to be the control room monitor source selector. This unit's control room signal path is completely passive, with a four gang stepped attenuator, that tracks within ±.05dB. This ensures accurate, and repeatable stereo imaging at any level. Individual mute switches allow speaker isolation and a phase reverse switch helps you check the integrity of the audio path.
A four input source selector and three balanced outputs provide numerous monitoring options in any application.

M3PHMKII

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TB4

Similar in design to the M3, the TB4 provides facilities to act as the control room monitor source selector & adds a host of features making it a studio communications control module as well. The control room signal path is completely passive, with a four gang stepped attenuator, that tracks within ±.05dB. The TB4 includes an independent cue & talkbalk system with independent level controls, selectable headphone monitoring, microphone & remote switching.

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CMC4

The CMC4 gives you the control of your sub woofer. Once a balance is set between the main speakers and the sub woofer the main level control will control both. There's also a mute switch to check your mix with or without the sub.

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MSP2V

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A perfect master monitor module for duplication suites. This unit provides easy comparison for seven stereo sources with metering and monitor facilities. This unit has two stereo outputs and a high quality stepped attenuator for accurate and repeatable level control.

Surround Monitoring

SR 7.1

The SR7.1 gives precise level control for eight balanced audio signals. Fold down capabilites for stereo and mono and two 5.1 formats. Indiviual input mutes isolate surround speakers, L & R speaker mutes isolate the stereo fold down speakers. There are two internal switches, one for the mono fold down to be routed to either L & R or the center speaker and one which allows the LFE signal to be included in the stereo fold down so the SR7.1 could be used as a summing box too.

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SR 5.1

Provides precision 5.1 Surround monitoring, as well as fold down to Mono, and Stereo. The control room signal path has a six gang stepped attenuator, that tracks within .05dB throughout it's range. Front panel channel trims and mute switches allow proper calibration and easy evaluation of signal localization. Inputs are provided on XLR / TRS combo jacks to allow easy interconnection with the A/B5.1 Surround Switcher, or other equipment, in any environment.

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