Mixing control surface
Available in multiples of six faders (from 6 to 24), the Pilot offers full access to the sources available on a Jetstream or Audio Engine router along with simple bus selection and intuitive monitor controls. The Pilot, combined with the Jetstream Mini, provides a cost-effective way for facilities to implement IP audio routing and mixing. Features include: cue switch over every fader with built-in cue speaker; room for 16 character source names on bright, wide-angle displays; change button over every channel and central select knob for easy access to new sources; 12 user-configurable soft keys; quick route button for selection of program, auxiliary and two user-defined sources for monitoring; buckets full of mix-minus; four GPI inputs and eight GPI outputs on back of surface along with RJ-45 for connection to audio engine; simple tabletop mounting and 20W power consumption.
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