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[Musikmesse] Ocean Audio modifies The Ark

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Ocean Audio introduced at Musikmesse 2014 the 900 Series version of The Ark mixing console.

The Ark, which until now had only been available with 500 Series modules, has been modified to receive fixed channel strips that feature transformer-balanced mic preamps, a 4-band sweepable EQ, low-pass filter and a 3-band EQ for the monitor input. Eight 500 Series slots are still available above the master section.

The Ark 900 Series comprises the following models:

  • Ark 904: full-featured console with 8 out/group channels, 24 summing channels, stereo program bus with master fader, master inserts, 2 external inputs, send and return on each input, group and master, 4 mono and one stereo aux sends/busses, PFL/AFL/SOLO modes with the stereo Solo bus, monitoring section for up to 4 systems, including three stereo, D-Sub inputs and outputs, 8 slots for 500 Series modules
  • Ark 916: full-featured console with 8 out/group channels, 48 summing channels, stereo program bus with master fader, master inserts, 2 external inputs, send and return on each input, group and master, 4 mono and one stereo aux sends/busses, PFL/AFL/SOLO modes with the stereo Solo bus, monitoring section for up to 4 systems, including three stereo, D-Sub inputs and outputs, 8 slots for 500 Series modules
  • Ark 908: extension module with 16 summing channels, transformer-balanced mic preamp, independent line and monitor inputs, 4-band sweepable EQ and 3-band EQ on the monitor section, 6 aux sends, insert send and return on the inputs, 4 mono and one stereo aux send/bus, PFL/AFL/Solo on the stereo Solo bus, D-Sub inputs and outputs
  • Ark 916: extension module with 32 summing channels, transformer-balanced mic preamp, independent line and monitor inputs, 4-band sweepable EQ and 3-band EQ on the monitor section, 6 aux sends, insert send and return on the inputs, 4 mono and one stereo aux send/bus, PFL/AFL/Solo on the stereo Solo bus, D-Sub inputs and outputs

No information regarding the price of this new 900 version of The Ark.

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