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Studer A D950 M2
Studer A D950 M2: This unit comes standard with a central assign
section, color 8-channel surround meter, and a 15-inch TFT color
display monitor. The channel sections feature a top-surface plastic
laminate. The knob sections contain rotary encoders with a 21-LED ring
for display of knob values. Each knob is flanked by an alpha-numeric
readout that can display the function or value of each rotary
controller in the system. The channel strips of the D950 M2 feature a
graphic design language that enables the operator to recognize the
sections of the strip. Studer's 24-bit converters are used, all digital
inputs/outputs are 24-bit, and internal processing takes place at
40-bit floating point precision on a 32-bit bus.
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