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The new crystal has a completely re-designed user surface, available in 4- to 16-fader versions, providing clear operational layout in an ultra-slim chassis. A new handrest improves the console's ergonomics, and re-designed buttons make labels more readable. All pushbuttons are illuminated with RGB LEDs, enabling users to work with different color schemes for different functions. New functions -- like the integrated AutoMix and AutoGain -- provide ease-of-use. The newly designed crystal base unit features power supply redundancy and optimized expansion slots for easy addition of I/O cards. crystal consoles are optimized for both stand-alone operation and networked environments.
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