Desks for events including MIDAS Pro 1.

The MIDAS Pro 1 sets a new standard for MIDAS digital mixers with it's all new aluminium frame and 24 channel input count on the desk.  The Pro 1's portability and performance make it a very neat package, perfect for gigs, concerts and touring bands, especially those touring the UK and Europe.  For those who need more channels Warnersound can supply a system with 48 inputs and 16 outputs on the stage using the DL251 stage box and our 4 way cat5e multicore.

The desk is very user friendly with an intuitive interface and colour coding throughout both the GUI and the physical controllers.

Recording packages can be added to the hire cost to give up to 56 channels of audio.  Perfect for capturing your live event.  This is acheived via a MIDAS DN9650 network bridge, a MADI adapter and a RME Madiface card.

Midas Pro 1 Sound Desk, great for Church use.

The desk is built to achieve:

100 inputs x 102 outputs (max capacity) point-to-point routing anywhere within the network.

24 mic/line inputs with MIDAS mic preamps

48 simultaneous input processing channels

24 analogue outputs (including two stereo local monitor outputs)

3 AES3 outputs

2 AES3 Inputs

27 sample-synchronous, phase-coherent mix buses

Up to 12 multi-channel FX engines

Up to 28 KLARK TEKNIK DN370 31-band Graphic EQs

Full daylight-viewable display screen

8 VCA groups

6 POPulation groups

96kHZ 40-bit floating-point processing throughout.

Each channel features a gate and compressor with a choice of four different compressor types to suit the use.

FX include a matrix mixer as well as multitap delays, reverbs, phasers and multiband compresors.

Hire Prices:

MIDAS Pro 1 Desk Only (24 inputs, 24 outputs):

Day Rate: £135 + VAT

Week Rate: £405 + VAT

MIDAS Pro 1 Desk (48 inputs), DL251 and CAT5 Multi (50m):

Day Rate: £200 + VAT

Week Rate: £600 + VAT

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For more details on the Pro 1 visit the MIDAS website.

Warnersound - Dave Warner - +447832 138416 - dave@warnersound.co.uk  All images copyright warnersound 2012