Modular audio console
Low-profile design and a table-top form factor allow the LX-24 to fit into almost any studio situation, requiring no holes or cut-outs in the furniture. The meter bridge features three sets of bright, ultra-high resolution LED meters, as well as LED talkbacks for auxiliary levels and pan control. A digital clock/timer is also included. Each fader provides access to four stereo buses, plus four pre-fader aux sends, a stereo cue bus, and four mix-minuses. An LED source name display, an A/B source selector, and two programmable soft buttons are also available, and a set button provides access to assignable controls in the master section.
What the Pick Hits judges had to say:
"I like the modular design without a motherboard."
"The metering is great; and the overload indicator is useful."
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