Control surface console
The compact E-1 control surface console and associated ip88cb Console Audio Blade provide all the networked control, mixing and I/O needed for small to mid-sized studios. It features an integrated LCD monitor for metering and control, a streamlined user interface with password-protected access to the complex functions via LCD display and touchpad, and four main mix buses as well as control room and studio monitor outputs with selectable sources from the audio network. Complex mix-minus setups are made simple thanks to per-channel mix-minus outputs with selectable reference mix and talkback interrupt. Auto switching between off-line mix and online mix-minus is available per channel. The E-1 also features 99 show presets and a programmable per-channel A-B source/select switch, which emulates traditional broadcast consoles.
What the judges had to say:
"The all-in-one system is an ideal entry point for an IP audio system."
"The system provides many, many useful features."
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