DiGiCo Debuts SD9 Rack Pack Option

On the heels of DiGiCo debut of the SD9 console at the beginning of 2012, it is now introducing a Rack Pack option—adding a second D-Rack, digital snakes and a flight case for the surface—for a road-ready, 72-mic-input system.
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New York (September 11, 2012)—On the heels of DiGiCo debut of the SD9 console at the beginning of 2012, it is now introducing a Rack Pack option—adding a second D-Rack, digital snakes and a flight case for the surface—for a road-ready, 72-mic-input system.

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Group One’s National Sales Manager, Matt Larson, noted, “Now, with the SD9, you can get an expanded I/O capacity with the same sonic performance as you would on the SD7 with a smaller footprint and less expensive system. The SD9 Rack Pack package now takes this small footprint system and adds a ton of inputs to it. It is very accessible to every market segment, whether it's the regional sound company or the big sound company looking for a desk for the house of worship for the main sanctuary or small youth room, down to the regional theatre market segment.”

Miami’s Beachsound has been using the option for a

“We’ve found the SD9 Rack Pack to be the most powerful compact-sized mixing platform available for our events while still retaining a practical and logical layout,” says Beachsound & Lighting owner Andre Serafini. “Because of its efficiency and reliability, we foresee this becoming a tour standard for shows that require a solid performance and are limited on space as they travel, such as up-and-coming artists needing to carry consoles in a bus or cruise ship theatres where space is limited and heavy I/O is demanded.”

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