[NAMM] Soundcraft Si3
Soundcraft is presenting its Si3 console at NAMM.
This new desk is designed for live use on both touring sound systems and in fixed installations, and its operation and input and bus count makes it a perfect choice for house of worship sound systems, according to Soundcraft.
The Si3 has a single chassis construction which includes all input and output connections and the power supply – so it can replace an existing analog desk as no additional cabling would be required to install it. This compact footprint desk can directly handle 64 mono inputs, four stereo inputs and has full connectivity for all 35 output busses (24 Aux/Group, eight Matrix and Left/Right/Centre mix buses), something you don’t find often on digital consoles at the price level of the Si3. Add to this four Lexicon® effects processors, 12 VCA groups, eight Mute groups and bar graph metering for all 35 bus outputs and you begin to see what a package the Si3 is.
More details: www.soundcraft.com.
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