D5 Live 112 EX Package with (2) Stage Racks, (2) Madi, and (3) Flight Cases in mint condition. Priced per unit. Minimum order of 4 units = $105,313 USD / €96.600 EUR
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Previously used in an installation. Cleaned, maintained, and tested by authorized technicians.
(1) D5 Live 112 EX
(2) Stage Racks
(2) Madi Cards
(1) Flight Case for D5 Live 112 EX
(2) Flight Cases for the Stage Racks
(1) Easy Tilt
The D5 Live EX package provides a versatile and cost effective packagesolution, with a choice of 56 or 112 mic/line inputs on stage and up to a full 128 channel console worksurface.
The 56 EX system comprises the console worksurface plus flightcase, a 40 analogue I/O and 16 AES EBU I/O local DiGiRack, a 56-in, 8-out stage DiGiRack and a 150m drum of fibre optic Cable.
The 112 EX version adds a second, 56-in, 8-out stage Digirack and a 2 metre
fibre optic connection between the two stage Digiracks. It includes the digital effects card which allows you to run up to six digital effects per channel simultaneously, including dedicated reverb algorithms, flanging, phasing, double tracking, vocoder, delays, dynamics, compression and equalisation for up to 7.1 surround sound outputs.
It also includes the Insertable Processing Channels (IPCs) which provide a total of 32 IPCs, each complete with 6 bands of fully parametric equalisation, a fully featured compressor / limiter and digital delay of up to 240 milliseconds.
All routing, patching, effects parameter adjustments and user memory store and recall functions are performed on the touchscreens. All effects and their settings can be stored as part of the console's snapshots and sessions, and can be saved on the USB key for instant recall on another D5 Live.
DiGiCo (UK) Limited brings together the design and development skills that have helped create some of the world's most popular, successful and ground-breaking live sound consoles, with the digital engineering expertise and manufacturing resources of Soundtracs. The company was formed in 2002 to develop the D5 Live digital mixing system, a revolutionary approach to both the live sound console and the way it interfaces with both ends of the audio chain. In basing a console around a powerful DSP engine using proven Soundtracs hardware and software, but with features dedicated to live sound mixing, DiGiCo created the worldâ??s first truly open-ended console system, for which additional features will be made available in new software versions. This design philosophy ensures your investment in state of the art audio technology today will remain state of the art in the future. The D5 Live from DiGiCo: science dedicated to advancing the art of live sound engineering. Soundtracs was formed in the early 1980s by a group of recording engineers in search of a better studio console than those available at the time. The teamâ??s success led to two decades of audio innovation and, in 1992, its first development of a digital audio mixing console. In 1996 this program led to the launch of the acclaimed Virtua console, followed a year later by the DPC, in 1998 the DS3 and in 2000 the D4. Since 2000 the companyâ??s product range has been based entirely on digital audio. Along the way a host of new technologies has been introduced, including the first use by a console manufacturer of the revolutionary Sharc DSP from Analog Devices, a faster, more efficient processor than any then on the market, the first (and still the most comprehensive) use of multiple TFT LCD touchscreens, a pioneer in the use of a 96kHz sample rate, and the first to run multiple sample rates simultaneously. This is just some of the experience that has gone into creating the D1 Live digital mixing system, the latest innovation from one of the pioneers of professional digital audio.
Audio mixers, or sound consoles, are electronic sound mixing boards used to combine two or more audio signals, before directing them to the output channels connected to the device. Sound consoles do a great deal more than just combining different audio signals they allow users to optimize the sound output in a number of ways adjusting various sound levels, enhancing sound with special effects and equalization etc, allowing for unmatched control over the end product.