Available in configurations of 6, 12 or 18 faders (including split fader configurations), the ROC includes Penny & Giles faders, OLED source indication, and a durable reverse-printed overlay surface a tabletop enclosure. RGB-addressable lighting in the console's ON/OFF and softkey buttons allow users to specify any desired color for console functions. The console's monitor control module includes controls for source selection, timer start/stop, two monitor feeds and headphone output along with 12 user-assignable softkeys. Additional modules with 12 softkeys per module are available as an option. Front panel headphone jacks (both º" and mini) are provided. An optional onboard Logitek router control panel with OLED source/destination indication allows fast access to router functions with simultaneous display of five sources.
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