imgAnaheim, CA (January 24, 2014)—At the 2014 NAMM Show, Midas introduced its M32 Digital Mixing Console, a 40-input digital mixer for live sound, encased in a carbon fiber and aluminum construction, that will retail for about $5,000.

The desk has the same mic preamplifiers as Midas’ Pro Series consoles and “1-million lifecycle” Midas Pro Faders. The new console is 96 kHz ready, features 192 kHz AD/DA converters, and can integrate with the new  iQ Series active loudspeakers produced by sister company Turbosound.

The M32 has an 8-slot stereo effects engine, as well as an onboard 32?32 USB interface allows real-time tracking and multiple expansion cards such as ADAT, MADI and Dante, are available for digital networking.

The Midas M32 is available at a suggested U.S. MAP of $4999.99 – and is covered by Music Group’s 3-Year Warranty Program.


Music Group