Palo Alto, CA (July 5, 2006)–Euphonix has upgraded the control surfaces for its range of digital audio mixing consoles. The new modules are operationally compatible with previous versions of the System 5 but have higher-resolution displays at the top of each module and new touch-sensitive knobs that include color-coded LED rings at the base for easy identification of the knobs function.
Euphonix has also changed the fader scale to give finer resolution around 0 dB. According to Euphonix, the higher-resolution screen displays allow for more detailed and clearer graphics showing multi-format metering, routing, channel designation (up to 14 characters) and EQ, dynamics and pan graphs.
The modules are available for the three System 5 module types: CM408T channel-strip modules (eight strips per module), CM401T master module and the CM402T central assign module with eight assignable faders.