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MIDAS PRO6 Audio System Engine with 26.4 Gigaflops Performance and HyperMAC Router

  • Redundant N+1 card option for fail safe operation
  • Redundant power supplies
  • Dual-redundant HyperMAC ports
  • Eight AES50 ports
  • Ethernet tunnel connection
  • Word clock and AES3 sync connections
  • Advanced FPGA architecture
  • Upgrade options for upgrading a PRO3 to a PRO6 or PRO9 and a PRO6 to a PRO9
  • 7U rack size

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Midas DL371PRO6


The MIDAS PRO Series has become established as the industry standard on live concert tours and the road-proven DL371PRO6 audio system engine has provided the superior audio processing heard at many of the most prestigious live events held worldwide.

The DL371PRO6 features managed latency and 40 bit floating point processing precision. DL371PRO6 sets the standard of performance in high-profile live sound applications and is a truly impressive audio system engine for the engineer whose very livelihood depends on both unparalleled functionality and reliability.

DL371PRO6’s powerful DSPs and high-performance FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) technology, coupled with a highly efficient MIMD (Multiple Instruction, Multiple Data) architecture, delivers 26.4 Gigaflops of real-time audio processing. With the capability to handle up to 64 simultaneous input channels and 35 time-aligned and phase-coherent output mix buses, DL371PRO6 is a powerhouse of digital audio mixing technology.

HyperMAC and AES50 audio networking technologies allow up to 288 inputs and 294 outputs at 96 kHz sampling frequency combined with 40 bit floating point processing precision, which can be dynamically assigned to the PRO6’s input channels and bus outputs on a dynamic scene-by-scene basis. This high level of connectivity, coupled with the large channel and bus counts, make the PRO6 and DL371PRO6 equally at home in theatres and symphony halls as it is in live concert touring, outside broadcast and music festivals.



Digital Audio Networking

Digital Audio Networking

SuperMAC (AES50-Compliant) and HyperMAC digital audio networking technologies from KLARK TEKNIK simultaneously provide high channel counts, ultra low and deterministic latencies, sample-synchronous and phase-aligned networked clock distribution, error detection, network redundancy, and ease of deployment and use – to meet the demanding requirements of live concert touring.

The DL371PRO6 HyperMAC router provides a dual redundant snake connection to the PRO6 Control Centre over optical fibre or copper with a bandwidth of 192 bidirectional channels of 96 kHz 24 bit digital audio, up to a distance of 500 m with optical fibre or 100 m with CAT5/5e cable.

DL371PRO6 is compatible with all MIDAS PRO Series digital I/O units, as well as with any other 96 kHz-enabled AES50-equipped devices. Multiple PRO Series consoles can be connected together to create either larger mixing systems, or multiple discrete mixing consoles can share a common resource of networked and distributed I/O interfaces.





40 Bit Floating Point Processing

40 Bit Floating Point Processing

DL371PRO6 can simultaneously process up to 8 internal multi-channel effects and its 40 bit floating-point audio processing hosts a wide choice of virtual effects devices, which range from dual-mono delay units, stereo modulation and numerous diverse reverberation simulations, multi-band compression, dynamic EQ and multi-channel dual-function dynamics processing. Up to 36 1⁄3 octave KLARK TEKNIK DN370 Graphic Equalisers (GEQs) are provided, which can be patched into any output.

The oversampled digital signal processing algorithms, combined with the fully interpolated and touch sensitive user controls, result in the smooth continuous response and immediacy of working on an analogue console. Parameter adjustment becomes fast and easy, and the continuous phase shift of a swept frequency control is heard without the quantisation artefacts exhibited by competing digital consoles.

DL371PRO6 provides comprehensive automatic latency management of all internal routing and processing delays – and also includes compensation for external analogue inserts. All audio samples are synchronised before summing, resulting in absolute phase coherence at the outputs, without the comb filtering effects of competing products that often result in specific frequencies being cancelled out completely.

All effects processors and GEQs are custom-designed to function within this automatic latency compensation system. This ensures a phase-coherent, sample-accurate mix regardless of whether the devices are used as channel inserts or on auxiliary buses.