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Press Release from Studiomaster... December 22, 2000 -- Studiomaster has announced the introduction of the Trilogy 406 (32x4x2x1) 4 bus mixing console to the popular Trilogy mixing console range. The Trilogy 406 provides a full 32 XLR microphone input complement – (28 balanced XLR/RTS line mono channels, with four balanced XLR/RTS stereo line combo channels). Mono channels feature three band EQ with mid sweep, channel direct outputs, inserts, 100Hz high pass filter, 6 discreet pre/post selectable auxiliary sends, channel mute with LED status, signal present LED indicators, global PFL and solo-in-place, 48v global phantom power and 60mm faders. The four sub-group outputs are balanced/unbalanced RTS and assign to the main left/right mix outputs via top panel switching. Individual ‘listen’ switches are provided on each sub-group as well. Four stereo returns – two with high and low EQ with assign to aux 5 & 6 buses, allow for effects returns and/or additional inputs. All four returns have individual level controls, individual PFL/AFL listen switches and assignments to group and/or the main stereo bus. Six individual RTS balanced/unbalanced master aux sends are provided -- each with it’s own individual listen bus. Additional features include: stereo control room outputs, two track tape outputs and headphone bus. The most powerful feature of the Trilogy Series and the T 406, is it’s ability via ‘stage mode switching’ to easily convert from a front of house or recording desk, to a full featured x 6 stage monitor desk. The T 406 also boasts an incredible 48 total inputs. Adding additional flexibility, the Trilogy 406 can be expanded from 32 to 42 channels (62 total inputs) or 52 channels (76 total inputs), via Studiomaster’s T140ex 10-channel expander, connecting via Studiomaster’s‘Tri-Link’ system. The Trilogy 406 features rugged all steel construction and as with all Studiomaster mixing consoles, is also internally modular. Power is supplied via Studiomaster’s external rackmount EP5U power supply. Available: Mid January 2001 Suggested retail price: $1895.00
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