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Harrison Consoles 950m

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Harrison Consoles 950m

Analog Mixer from Harrison Consoles .

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The Harrison 950m sports an analog design incorporating modular design elements found across a range of older Harrison console such as the 32 Series, MR Series (2, 3, 4, 5 and 7), SeriesTen, SeriesTwelve, MPC and LPC.

Features
  • Double sided PCB's
  • Manual PCB layout
  • Ground plane design
  • Linear power distribution
  • Gold Euro-card module connectors
  • Gold plated switches
  • Conductive plastic potentiometers
  • Through-hole design
  • All I/O is balanced
  • Summing buses carried via PCB’s (no ribbon cable summing buses).

 

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The Harrison 950m provides a 2-tiered front bolster which is wide and deep enough to locate a DAW keyboard and mouse or trackball (with sufficient cable access). A flat top is designed for locating DAW monitor/s and/or small speakers. The 950m module area is supported at a 15 degree pitch providing viewing access and control above your keyboard, mouse, and DAW control surface(s).   

Input Channels

  • Insert points on every input
  • 48v (Mono Only)
  • Direct Out (Mono Only)
  • Switchable HP + LP Filters
  • 3 Band "Tone" Controls
  • Pan / Balance
  • Input Selections
  • Input Gain Controls
  • 4 Mono Aux Sends
  • Channel ON
  • Solo
  • 104mm Fader
  • Mix Bus Routing
  • LED Input Meter

Master Section

  • Mix Bus 1 compressor
  • Mix Bus 2 Compressor
  • Oscillator / Talkback Assignments
  • Aux Send Masters
  • Mix Bus Master Faders
  • Stereo Mix Bus 1 & 2  VU Output Meters

Monitor

  • Oscillator
  • Monitor Sources
  • Headphone Level
  • Speaker Level
  • Monitor Solo Listen
  • Monitor Mono
  • Monitor Mute
  • Talkback Microphone
  • Talkback Level
  • Talkback Enable
  • Headphone Jack

Studio

  • Studio A Source Select ( Osc, Aux 1-4, Mix Bus 1/2 )
  • Studio A Level/Mono/Mute
  • Studio B Sources
  • Studio B Level/Mono/Mute
  • Studio Talkback Assignments

XLR Outputs

  • Stereo Mix Bus 1 ("Black") Electronically-balanced Output
  • Stereo Mix Bus 2 ("Red") Transformer-balanced Output
  • Mono Aux 1-4 Output
  • Stereo Studio A output
  • Stereo Studio B output
  • Stereo Solo bus output
  • Stereo Control Rm Output
  • Mono Oscillator Output

Back Panel

  • External Linear DC Power Supply
  • XLR Mic Inputs / Main Outputs
  • "D" Sub Line Inputs / Outputs (Tascam pinout)
  • Additional Connections:
  • Mix Bus A & B Stereo Insert point
  • Master Logic ( Talkback, Mutes, and fader VCA connections )
Frame
  • 15 Degree Module Pitch
  • Full Size Keyboard Space
  • Flat Top Monitor Shelf

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Pricing:

  • 12-track:  $8 803
  • 16-track: $11 941
  • 24-track: $13 629
  • Mono Mic/Line Input Module: $1007
  • Stereo Line Input Module: $1085

 

Visit www.harrisonconsoles.com for more details.

  • Safeandsoundmastering 15 posts
    Safeandsoundmastering
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    Posted on 04/05/2011 at 09:53:21
    Not cheap but Harrison has a great reputation amongst pro engineers, very interesting looking console.


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