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[Musikmesse] Digidesign Mix Rack

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Digidesign presents the Mix Rack, which they say is a more affordable entry into the VENUE line, combining all stage, local audio I/O, and DSP processing into a single compact rack enclosure.


Integrated I/O and DSP Processing:

Mix Rack offers much of the functionality of the standard FOH Rack and Stage Rack system in a single rack component, providing integrated — and expandable — audio I/O and DSP processing. (An analog snake is required to interface with Mix Rack.) The base configuration comes with two Mix Engine cards (expandable to three for additional TDM plug-in processing), and a full complement of primary and ancillary audio I/O, including:
  • 48 high-quality, fully recallable analog XLR mic/line inputs
  • 16 analog XLR line outputs (expandable to 32)
  • 8 analog TRS line inputs and outputs (assignable as discrete inputs/outputs, or insert pairs)
  • 2-track analog and digital (AES or S/PDIF) inputs and outputs
  • 1x1 MIDI I/O
  • Word Clock I/O (with active and signal present LEDs)
  • Com/Aux input (XLR/TRS)


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http://www.digidesign.com/
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