Allen & Heath iLive-112 Modular 28 Fader controller for Mixrack

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iLive-112 iLive-112 Modular 28 Faders
The Surface is simply a controller for the MixRack. It also has an audio rack built into it to conveniently provide local inputs and outputs at the mix position. It features a large analogue style, one control per function processing block, TouchScreen, name and colour virtual 'write-on' strip, banks of motorised faders with independent layers, SoftKeys, built-in headphones, local monitor and talkback. The modular iLive-112 allows a variety of audio I/O modules, network formats and redundant power supply options, and is shipped in a touring flight case.

FEATURE SUMMARY
Small footprint modular Surface
28 faders - 3 banks, 4 layers = 112 control strips
Up to 32 audio sockets
Wide range of I/O module options
Optional RAB2 module with Port A and Port B network options
Choose network option for Port A MixRack link
Port B can be loaded with M-MMO card option
Built in 3 port Ethernet switch
MIDI and PL-Anet ports
Word clock interface
Socket LED indicators for 48V, Mute and PAFL
External iPS10 redundant power supply option
Touring grade flight case

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  Friday 22 March 2019       


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