Loaded with features, Gibraltar provides up to 1024 DSP processing signal paths (any combination of 5.1, stereo and mono channels) and can apply all processing functions to 768 input paths and 256 mix output paths simultaneously. Its flexible mixing architecture allows more than 500 mix bus capability. Additionally it offers 4-band fully parametric EQ with HF/LF peaking or shelving, three parametric filters (high pass, low pass and notch), parametric compression, limiting and gating, 16 control channels for keying/ducking/side-chain applications, panning and surround imaging control, individual input and output delay capability, up to 650ms per path. Its modular design utiliizes hot-swappable cards and provides fiber or CAT-5 connectivity.
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