Prolight + Sound: Studiomaster expands digital mix series
Manufacturer has debuted its digiLIVE16R "blackbox" micro-mixer and new TOWER column-array system in Frankfurt this week.
Studiomaster has extended its new digiLiVE16 range with new models being shown for the first time at Prolight + Sound (booth #H40 in Hall 4.1) this week.
The digiLiVE16R is an ultra-compact “blackbox” iPad driven version of the new Studiomaster digiLiVE16 hybrid concept micro-mixer. The digiLiVE16 with simultaneous remote tablet and console operation is also on show at the company’s booth.
The digiLiVE16R mixer provides identical internal features and buss specifications to the console format digiLiVE16, and is fully Wi-Fi controllable from an iPad. With a 16 input / 16 bus / 8 output configuration, the mixer features DSP technology, including 40-bit floating point, 4th generation SHARC internal processing and proprietary mix algorithms for EQ, dynamics and FX.
12 XLR mic input channels, 24 bit/48 kHz AD / DA conversion, and up to eight internal effects busses – with reverb, delay, 15 band EQ and modulation, are included on the spec list.
The eight ‘smart’ XLR analogue outputs are assignable. Outputs also include digital AES/EBU and SPDIF. A USB interface supports playback and recording, scene storage and system updating.
The manufacturer is also expanding the breadth of its SR speaker offering with the introduction of its TOWER compact, iPad mix controllable column-array system, incorporating the same digiLiVE16R; the first portable column speaker system to include a fully-fledged digital mix system.
Three different column array cabinets are available in variable configurations for use with the 1216: 4x4”, 6x3” and 8x2”.