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|Total I/O Channels||150 / 160|
|Number of Channels||32 input channels
8 aux in channels
8 FX return channels
16 buses, 6 matrices
|Scene File Memory||100 total recall scenes (including preamp and fader)|
|Signal Processing||40-bit floating point|
|Conversion||Cirrus Logic A/D CS5368, D/A CS4385
24-bit @ 44.1 / 48 kHz
114 dB dynamic range
|Latency Timings||Local I/O: 0.8 mS (local in > console processing > local out)
Networked I/O: 1.1 mS (stagebox in > console processing > stagebox out)
|Power Consumption||120 W|
|Power Supply||100 to 240V (50/60 Hz) switch-mode autorange|
|Frequency Range||10 Hz to 22 kHz @ 48 kHz sample rate, 0 dB to -1 dB|
|Output Impedance||XLR: 75Ω, balanced or unbalanced
TRS: 300Ω balanced, 150Ω unbalanced
|Output Level||XLR: +4 dBu, nominal; +21 dBu, maximum
TRS: +4 dBu, nominal; +16 dBu maximum
|Maximum Input Level||TRS: +16 dBu without clipping|
|Input Impedance||TRS: 40kΩ balanced, 20kΩ unbalanced|
|Residual Noise||-87 dBu, A-weighted|
|Cross-Talk Rejection||100 dB @ 1 kHz, adjacent channels|
|Dynamic Range||Analog in to analog out: 106 dB
A/D dynamic range, preamp and converter: 109 dB
D/A dynamic range, converter and output: 108 dB
|Headphone Output||Impedance: 40Ω
Level: +25 dBm (stereo)
|Equivalent Input Noise||-128 dBu (input shorted)|
|THD + Noise|
|Input Impedances||5kΩ unbalanced
|Maximum Input Level||+23 dBu without clipping|
|Phantom Power||+48V, switchable per channel|
|CMRR||> 70 dB @ 20 dB gain (typical)
> 80 dB @ 40 dB gain
|Display||7", 800 x 480, 262k color TFT (Main Screen)|
|LCD Screen||128 x 64 LCD with RGB color backlight (Channel Selector Screen)|
|Metering||3 x 24-segment LED meters|
|Weight||33.9 lb (15.4 kg) without road case|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||8.5 x 24.6 x 20" (215 x 625 x 510 mm) without road case|
|Headphone Output||2 x 1/4" TRS stereo|
|Monitor Outputs||2 x 1/4" TRS balanced|
|Talkback Mic Input||1 x XLR (no internal mic)|
|AUX Outputs||6 x 1/4" TRS
2 x RCA line-level (1 x L/R)
|AUX Inputs||6 x 1/4" TRS
2 x RCA line-level (1 x L/R)
|Ethernet Port||1 x RJ45 (for remote control)|
|USB Port||1 x USB 2.0 type A (for audio and data import/export)|
|Line Outputs||8 x XLR balanced|
|Mic/Line Inputs||16 x XLR balanced|
|MIDI In/Out||1 / 1|
|P-16 Connector||1 x Ultranet (no power supplied)|
|Expansion Port||1 x 32-channel I/O card, various standards available|
|AES50 Ports||2 x SuperMAC|
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