New Allen & Heath dLive consoles
Allen & Heath will introduce at InfoComm this week their new series of live digital consoles, called dLive and featuring three models.
The new Allen & Heath dLive S3000, S5000 and S7000 live digital consoles come complete with a MixRack I/O rack and accept different network connection cards. These new models are powered on the new XCVI Core proprietary system based on the next generation FPGA technology in order to provide 36 virtual parallel processors and process 160 x 64 channels at 96 kHz.
The dLive consoles include the DEEP processor, which offers a wide selection of plug-ins already found on the iLive and GLD Chrome mixers, so you can process your audio tracks with EQs, multiband compressors, transient designers and many more effects.
Main features of these new dLive consoles:
- 3 models of 20, 28 or 36 faders
- Up to 216 assignable channel strips
- 1 or 2x 12“ capacitive touch screens supporting multi-gesture, configurable Widget areas for scenes, meters, effects and more, and 3 dedicated pages to assign 6 rotary controls per screen
- 26 assignable softkeys
- 2 MixRacks of 32, 48 or 64 mic inputs ; 128 inputs and 64 Mix outputs with processing
- XCVI Core 160 x 64 FGPA Engine at 96 kHz with 96-bit accumulator and a latency of 0.58 ms
- Configurable 64-bus architecture (group, effect, aux, matrix, mains, etc.)
- Support setup of up to 5.1 channels
- 16 RackFX with dedicated stereo returns
- Wired or wireless network control, online/offline software editor for Mac/PC, support for dLive MixPad and OneMix apps
- TCP/IP protocole for third-party integration
- Scene management with cue list, crossfader, recalls and more
- DX32 modular expansion racks
- Up to 5 optional network cards (Dante, Waves SG, ACE, MADI)
- Support for up to 814 inputs and 824 outputs
- Compatible with the ME Personal Mixing system
Discover the new dLive consoles at dlive.allen-heath.com.
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