Up to 40 faders can either be placed arbitrarily on individual studio islands or integrated into the Sapphire, allowing moderators to work from different positions while the studio is on-air. Using layers, up to 80 mono sources can be connected simultaneously. In addition to mono, stereo and 5.1 sources are possible as well, each of which can be assigned to a single fader. In addition, different modules with longer channel strips, so-called "Extensions" can be chosen. They feature high-quality OLED displays, rotary controls and buttons. An optional modern design overbridge can be added to allow displaying channels directly via the channel strips. The heart of the Sapphire is based on the Dallis system. Various other tools, such as an integrated router, signal processing with dynamics units, EQ, silence detects or the integrated talkback function, contribute to this end. Users have access to interfaces that cover all standard formats.
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