Allen & Heath iLive-R72 12 Fader controller for MixRack

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iLive-R72 Fixed Format, Rack Mount – 12 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. The iLive-R72 provides an ultra-compact rack mountable solution with fixed format I/O. It features a backlit TouchScreen, name and colour virtual 'write-on' strip, banks of motorised faders with independent layers, SoftKeys, built-in headphones, local monitor and talkback.

 

FEATURE SUMMARY
 • Compact, rack mountable, fixed format Surface
 • Does the same job as the larger iLive Surfaces
 • 12 faders - 2 banks, 6 layers = 72 control strips
 • All processing control in TouchScreen
 • 8 in, 8 out audio
 • In = 4x TRS line, 2x phono, 1x SPDIF
 • Out = 4x TRS line, 2x phono, 1x SPDIF, monitor TRS
 • TB mic can be patched to talkback or channels
 • ACE(TM) Surface link (audio and control over single CAT5)
 • Built in 2 port Ethernet switch
 • MIDI port

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  Tuesday 25 February 2020       


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