Samson introduces two new front of house mixing consoles : the L3200, a 32-channel/4-bus mixing console and the L2400, a 24-channel version of the L3200 with the same features.
The L3200 offers 24 mic/line channels with preamps and 4-band EQ in addition to 4 stereo channels, of which 2 have mic preamps. Samson has also included 100 dual 24-bit preset digital effects, 100mm faders on all channels and groups and backlit mute switches for dimly lit places. There’s also two large 12-segment LED meters for the main mix, groups, and PFL/AFL and USB digital I/O for recording.
Both consoles also feature a talkback system for communication with performers, six flexible aux sends that allow up to eight aux sends per mix, XLR and 1/4-inch stereo main outputs and an XLR mono output with an adjustable low-pass filter specific for subwoofer output.
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