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The new Soundcraft Compact Stagebox for Vi and Si consoles offers I/O connections in 4U of rack space.

The modular unit offers as standard 32 mic/line inputs, 8 line outputs, 8 channels of AES/EBU outputs and 2 expansion slots for standard Studer D21m I/O cards.  The D21m is the I/O architecture for Studer as well as Soundcraft digital mixing systems and allows connection to most popular digital formats, including CobraNet, AVIOM A-Net 16 Ethersound ADAT and RockNet. A MADI recording interface can also be fitted to the expansion slots.


The Compact Stagebox is connected to the host console using either Cat-5 or Optical-fibre MADI, the same way as the larger 64 Mic/line Vi6 Stagebox is hooked up, and shares the same redundant MADI cable capability.

 

The Compact Stagebox also uses the same Mic/line I/O modules as found in the Soundcraft Vi1 console, and as a result it is possible to move or share modules between console and Stagebox, should a different configuration of I/O be required.

 

The unit comes complete with twin redundant power supplies, thermostatically-controlled fan cooling and full LED status monitoring. An 8ch GPIO interface is also provided.


The Compact Stagebox is designed for existing owners of Vi consoles as a method of expanding the input capability (for example in conjunction with the DSP upgrade available for Vi6, which adds 32 Mic/line inputs to the 64 of the basic console), or as a partner for the Vi1 and Si range of consoles providing remote I/O capability in conjunction with the optional MADI interface cards available for those consoles.

 

Pricing

The price of the Compact Stagebox starts at £3,500 UK list.

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