New York, NY (September 6, 2016)—Upgraded from Drawmer’s MC2.1 monitor controller, the new MC3.1 adds numerous upgraded features “for more demanding recording studio environments,” according to Transaudio Group, Drawmer’s US distributor.
Key MC3.1 features include a 24-bit/192 kHz AES/SPDIF digital input and a mono sub feed from any of the unit’s three monitor pairs with its own on/off, switch.
There’s also an extensive assignable cue system; an upgraded talkback system with external mic input and foot switch functionality; a new “mix check” facility and a new monitor level preset that assures playback at a specific user defined level.
I/O includes two stereo XLR analog inputs—one stereo RCA, one 1/8-inch jack; three separate loudspeaker outputs with individual trim and the aforementioned subwoofer output.
Now shipping for $999 MSRP/$899 MAP, the Drawmer MC3.1 offers many more unique features; see Transaudio Group’s website for more information.