Frankfurt, Germany (April 3, 2017)—Tomorrow, upon the kickoff of ProLight+Sound 2017 at Hall 3.1 Stand F11, Solid State Logic will unveil the SSL Live L200, its latest mid-scale live console.

According to SSL, the Live L200 is “driven by ergonomic considerations” and is centered on the company’s unique inverted T chassis console design; its shape keeps key parameters within close reach of its operator. Further, an arm mount holds external screens/devices closer to the center of the console; arms can be mounted on either or both sides of the console and can be specified as screen mounts or laptop/utility trays. External screens can be used to display the Console Overview screen, Automation screen, or other system devices.

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The L200 features a row of three 12-channel Fader Tiles, providing a total of 38 faders including the Master and Focus Faders in the Master Tile. A centrally located 17-inch multi-gesture touchscreen gives users access to all of the console’s functions plus Quick Controls in the central Fader tile. The Master Tile, located alongside the screen also provides Mute Group, Solo/Talkback, Assignable keys, and Automation controls.

Key specifications include 144 full processing paths, configured as up to 96 input channels, up to 48 aux sends, up to 24 stem groups and six masters; a 4 x 32 input, 24 output matrix; and the same onboard effects processing as SSL’s L300 and L500 models. On that note, the L200 features showfile compatibility with L300 and L500 consoles (showfiles written on any SSL Live console will load directly onto another console in the Live range, within system limitations). SSL’s SOLSA PC app can be used for online control and offline editing.

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