Frankfurt, Germany (April 8, 2011)–At Frankfurt’s ProLight+Sound, DiGiCo has unveiled its SD10 console.
Sitting between the company’s SD7 and SD8, both in terms of performance and price, the SD10 features several new options. The new console’s worksurface is constructed from anodized aluminum, overlaid with polycarbonate panels to provide user feedback. A 15-inch, touch-sensitive screen provides both information and control of all the main parameters.
The control surface features 37 100mm touch-sensitive faders, providing access to the console’s channels, which include 96 with full processing, 12 of which can be configured as full Flexi Channels, and outputs that can be assigned across the surface. All inputs have dual mono inputs for fast Main and Alt channel switching.
Smart Key Macros are provided, accessed via four layers of 10 backlit keys. The user can program these to control any functions, simple or complex, that they want to recall at the push of a button. Local I/O, positioned on the rear of the console, comprises eight mic inputs, eight line outputs, eight mono AES I/O, two MADI connections with redundant cabling connections, 16 GPI and GPO connections (with the option to expand to 32 GPI and GPO), MIDI, plus Wordclock, MADI and Optocore for synchronization.