Audioarts Engineering IP-12
Digital radio console
The IP-12 starts with a 12-fader control surface. Each of the 12 input modules is equipped with an LED source name display and an A/B source selector whose sources can be set via a rotary encoder in the master section. Each input module has access to four program buses and has cue and talkback switches. A 100mm long-throw fader and lighted channel ON/OFF switches round out the module. The master section offers control room, studio, and headphone controls with source selection, and an onboard headphone jack and amplifier. Timer controls, a master talkback button, and a built-in cue speaker with volume control are provided. There are four event switches and six programmable buttons available for user functions. The meter bridge has three stereo pairs of bright 30-segment horizontal LED bar graph meters, as well as an on-board timer with controls located in the master section. The control surface connects via Ethernet to its audio engine, the IP-88cb.
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