PRO1-IP

PRO1-IP

862,000.00

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Live Digital Console with 48 Input Channels, 24 Midas Microphone Preamplifiers, 27 Mix Buses and 96 kHz Sample Rate

  • Live performance digital console with up to 48 simultaneous input channels
  • 24 award-winning MIDAS microphone preamplifiers
  • 27 time-aligned and phase-coherent mix buses
  • AES50 networking allows up to 172 inputs and 172 outputs @ 96 kHz sample rate
  • 8 VCA (Variable Control Association) and 6 POPulation groups
  • Up to 28 assignable 1/3 octave KLARK TEKNIK DN370 graphic equalisers
  • Up to 6 multi-channel digital signal processing effects engines
  • 18 MIDAS PRO motorised 100 mm faders
  • Daylight viewable 15” full colour TFT display screen
  • Fully interpolated touch sensitive controls
  • Optional wireless remote control with MIDAS MIXTENDER App for iPad*
  • Auto-ranging universal switch-mode power supply
  • 10-Year Warranty Program
  • Designed and engineered in the U.K.

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Description

PRO SERIES PRO1-IP

PRO SERIES PRO1-IP

The ground breaking PRO1 features 48 simultaneous input channels with 24 award-winning MIDAS Microphone Preamplifiers and 27 time-aligned and phase-coherent mix buses in an all-new lightweight aluminium frame. Like all PRO Series consoles, the PRO1 features managed latency and 40 bit floating point processing precision. Designed for use in high-profile live sound applications, the PRO1 sets a new standard of performance and portability in a compact digital console form factor.

AES50 audio networking technology allows the PRO1 to dynamically assign up to 172 inputs and 172 outputs at 96 kHz sample rate to any of its input channels and bus outputs on a scene-by-scene basis. This high level of connectivity, coupled with the large channel and bus counts, makes the PRO1 equally at home in theatres and clubs as it is in live concert touring, outside broadcast and music festivals.

 

 

 

 

 

Award-Winning MIDAS Mic Preamplifier

Award-Winning MIDAS Mic Preamplifier

The MIDAS microphone preamplifier is considered by leading live sound and recording engineers to be the very essence of the famous MIDAS sound. More than 40 years of design experience paired with the finest choice of premium-grade components lead to the acclaimed warmth and depth – bringing out subtle ambience, maintaining spatial positioning and more effectively capturing a precise sound image. The acclaimed sound of the award-winning MIDAS microphone preamplifier has inspired generations of live sound engineers to their best work, creating sonic panoramas that have captivated audiences worldwide.

Since pristine sound always begins with the microphone preamplifier, the first point where the signal enters the console, PRO1 features the latest generation of MIDAS microphone preamplifiers, which faithfully reproduce every sonic detail so no part of a performance will ever be missed. Transparent and pristine sound, low noise and high common-mode rejection are all hallmarks of this classic design.

Over the years many mix engineers have found this robust and overload-tolerant design takes on a whole new dimension of sound when driven hard, the crystal-clear audiophile reproduction giving way to just the right combination of harmonics, a warm and organic sound heard by millions of concert goers and recorded for posterity on countless live albums over the years.

 

 

Digital Audio Networking

Digital Audio Networking

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

PRO1 is compatible with all MIDAS PRO Series digital I/O units, as well as with any other 96 kHzenabled AES50-equipped devices. Multiple MIDAS 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.

 

 

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