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Soundcraft Vi2000

Digital Mixer from Soundcraft belonging to the Vi series.

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Soundcraft presents the Vi2000, the most compact version in the brand's Vi series of digital consoles.

According to Soundcraft, the Vi2000 reinvents the small format digital console with an ultra-compact implementation of the same control surface layout and workflow as its larger Vi siblings. Featuring 96 inputs to mix, 24 mono/stereo busses and the same SpiderCore built-in DSP and I/O engine as the Vi3000, the console can also be used with remote I/O via the double option card slots and an optional Stagebox.

Features include:

  • Control Surface
    • Input Faders     16
    • Output Faders     8 +3 (LRC masters) +1 (Monitor A/B)
    • Total Faders     28
    • 3D Vistonics screens     3 (2 input, 1 master)
    • Fader bay operation     4x Fixed Input layers A/B/C/D giving 64 inputs on 16 fdrs.
    • Input channels can be assigned to Master bay for 24 input fdrs.
    • 5x User layers 1-5
    • 1x Busses 1-16 Layer plus screen assign 17-24, for 24 mono/stereo busses

VCA/A/B/C/D/E output/input fader pages, (A-E user definable)

  • Local I/O Physical connectors
    • Mic/Line Inputs     48, 32 or 16 configurable (max 3x 16ch out cards of 4 total) (Last 5 outs default to local monitors but can be repatched)
    • AES/EBU In     2 (=4ch) plus optional 16ch via Vista1 card (remove 2 mic or line out cards to fit).
    • AES/EBU Out     2 (=4ch) plus optional 16ch via Vista1 card (remove 2 mic or line out cards to fit).
    • TB Mic in     1 front panel, with rear-switched 48V.
    • Phones out     1 ste jack, under armrest
    • Optical MADI In/Out     1 (outputs paralleled with Dante interface).
    • Dante ports     1x 64ch in/out (2x Ethercon Pri/Sec).
    • Dante inputs are A/B switched with optical MADI.
    • D21m Option Slots     2 double/4single (total 128ch)
    • AES/EBU Input Sample Rate     32–108kHz (with SRC enabled)
    • Total number of simultaneous IO channels     246 inputs / 214 outputs (assumes 48 mic in/16 line out config)
  • DSP Mixing Core     Soundcraft® SpiderCore
    • Processing     40-bit Floating point, 48kHz sample rate
    • Input Channels to mix     96 mono Pairable to 48 stereo
    • Busses - Aux/Grp     24 mono/stereo
    • Busses - Matrix     From 24 bus pool – max 16 mono/stereo.
    • Busses - Master     3 (LRC)
    • Assignable Insert Points     64 + 4FX
    • Tie Lines     128 (allow Stagebox IO to connect to Local IO without using mixing channels.
    • Lexicon FX     4 units (14 reverbs, 7 delays, 8 pitch-shift effects in each unit)
    • Tap Delay from F-key 1-4.
    • BSS GEQ     24 mono/stereo +LRC.
  • External Control Ports
    • Ethernet     1 (dedicated HiQnet / Realtime Rack control)
    • MIDI     1 In, 1 Out
  • Other Ports
    • Mains Input     2, switched (redundant power supplies built in)
    • USB2.0     4 (2 front, 2 rear)
    • Wordclock     In /Out 2x BNC
    • DVI out     Reserved for future use
    • Gooseneck lamp 4-pin XLR     2, for rear panel illumination
  • Stagebox: Optional, via MADI optical or Cat 5 option cards fitted to D21m expansion slots. Can connect up to 2 x 64ch Vi Stageboxes. Also compatible with Compact Stagebox and Mini Stagebox

...and even more details available at www.soundcraft.com.

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