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[AES] Harrison 32cs channel strip announced

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Harrison will debut at the AES next week its new 32cs rackable channel strip.

The 32cs is a single-channel strip of the Harrison 32 series consoles. It has the following features:

  • Transformer-coupled mic preamp
  • High-pass and low-pass filters with Bump feature for the high-pass (resonant boost)
  • 4-band semi-parametric EQ with switchable Shelving/Bell modes
  • Switchable pre- or post-filter insert point
  • Zero-latency mixing/monitoring section with front headphone output
  • LED statut indicators above each switch
  • Front XLR/jack mic/line input
  • Rear XLR mic/line input
  • XLR line-level main output with discrete output stage
  • XLR Insert in/out
  • 2 line-level 2mix XLR inputs
  • 2 line-level Monitor XLR outputs
  • Blend controls for mixing the 32cs output and the 2mix input

The Harrison 32cs channel strip will be available in December, its price is still to be announced. More info at harrisonconsoles.com

 

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