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At InfoComm: SSL Launches L100 Live Console

SSL makes a big move with a smaller live sound desk.

Las Vegas, NV (June 6, 2018)—Solid State Logic has released and shipped its new SSL Live L100 live console, aimed for use in small mix spaces, sub-mix use and corporate production.

The L100 is built around the same SSL Tempest Audio Engine as the other SSL Live consoles, ensuring showfile compatibility across the range, and offers the same I/O options, including SSL SuperAnalogue stageboxes (over MADI or Dante), local analogue and digital I/O, and Blacklight.

The compact desk sports a 12 + 2 fader configuration frame, using the same layer / bank switching and Super-Q technology as SSL’s larger models. Users who require more faders can expand the L100 with the addition of SSL’s new Remote Tile and more screen space can be added via an external touchscreen and the addition of tablet control.

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A 17” multi-gesture touchscreen gives access to all of the consoles’ functions, and combines with Quick Controls in the central Fader tile for hardware control.

The functionality behind SSL’s TaCo tablet control app, which provides wireless tablet control of SSL consoles from iOS and Android tablets, has been updated, allowing the desk to take on an additional control interface for channel or Effects Rack processing. The Master Tile also provides Mute Group, Solo/Talkback, Assignable keys, and Automation controls.

Intended for small- to mid-sized live productions, the L100 can be configured with up to 64 input channels, 36 aux sends, 12 stem groups, 12 VCAs, and four masters. An additional 4 x 32 input, 12-ouput matrix is always available.

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Every L100 path features a range of channel processing, including EQ, dynamics, tube emulation, delay, all-pass filter, and two insert points, and the console’s internal FX rack provides a selection of SSL FX effects.

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