Based on all the same design principles as the L-8 and flagship LX-24 control surfaces -- a precision-built, low-profile, tabletop IP control surface that offers assignable sources to any fader and with hot-swappable individual fader modules -- this newest Wheatstone console has just enough faders to be effective in most on-air or secondary production studios, but not too many that it's unwieldy to use and difficult to place in the modern radio environment.
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