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FireWire/USB/mLan Mixer from Alto Professional belonging to the Live series

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Alto was at NAMM 2013 to show the new Live Series mixers, with a choice of four 8, 12, 16 and 24 channel versions.

Live 802 features:

  • 8 channels, 2 busses
  • 5 XLR inputs with DNA mic preamps and phantom power
  • Dynamic compression on Channels 1–2
  • 3-band EQ; 2 aux sends, pan control
  • Gain controls with 75 Hz low-cut filter
  • 60mm faders with mute switch and LED
  • 9-band graphic EQ—main or monitor assignable
  • 256 Alesis effects: 16 types x 16 variations
  • USB audio connectivity with level control
  • XLR and 1/4” outputs; 1/4” aux sends and returns
  • Headphone out with independent level control

Live 1202:

  • 12 channels, 2 busses
  • 7 XLR inputs with DNA mic preamps and phantom power
  • Dynamic compression on Channels 1–4
  • 3-band EQ; 2 aux sends, pan control
  • Gain controls with 75 Hz low-cut filter
  • 60mm faders with mute switch and LED
  • 9-band graphic EQ—main or monitor assignable
  • 256 Alesis effects; 16 types x 16 variations
  • USB audio connectivity with level control
  • XLR and 1/4” outputs; 1/4” aux sends and returns
  • Headphone out with independent level control

Live 164:

  • 16 channels, 4 busses 
  • 10 XLR inputs with DNA mic preamps and phantom power
  • Dynamic compression on Channels 1–6
  • 3-band EQ with sweepable mids
  • 4 aux sends; pre/post switching on Aux 1+2
  • Gain controls with 75 Hz low-cut filter
  • 60mm faders with mute switch and PFL/AFL solo functions
  • 9-band graphic EQ—main or monitor assignable
  • 256 Alesis effects; 16 types x 16 variations
  • USB audio connectivity with level control
  • XLR and 1/4” outputs; 1/4” aux sends and returns
  • Headphone out with independent level control

Live 244:

  • 24 channels, 4 busses
  • 18 XLR inputs with DNA mic preamps and phantom power
  • Dynamic compression on Channels 1–8
  • 3-band EQ with sweepable mids
  • 4 aux sends; pre/post switching on Aux 1+2
  • Gain controls with 75 Hz low-cut filter
  • 60mm faders with mute switch and PFL/AFL solo functions
  • 9-band graphic EQ—main or monitor assignable
  • 256 Alesis effects; 16 types x 16 variations
  • USB audio connectivity with level control
  • XLR and 1/4” outputs; 1/4” aux sends and returns
  • Headphone out with independent level control

More information soon on www.altoproaudio.com.

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