Midas Unveils Pro1 Digital Console

Midas has launched the Pro1 compact digital console, its first stand-alone digital desk, at InfoComm.
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Midas brand development manager Richard Ferriday with a pair of Pro1s at Tuesday’s Pro1 launch event.
Las Vegas, NV (June 14, 2012)—Midas has launched the Pro1 compact digital console, its first stand-alone digital desk, at InfoComm.

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The Pro1 is compatible with the complete range of Midas Digital consoles, allowing existing show files to be loaded and worked on straight away. Other features include a lightweight, all-alloy frame; 24 mic/line inputs with Midas mic preamps; 48 simultaneous input processing channels; 24 analog outputs, including two stereo local monitor outputs; 3 AES3 outputs; 2 AES3 inputs; 27 sample-synchronous, phase-coherent mix busses; 6 multi-channel FX engines; up to 28 Klark Teknik DN370 31-band Graphic EQs; full-color 15” daylight-viewable display screen; 8 VCA (Variable Control Association) groups; 6 POPulation groups; 96 kHz 40-bit floating-point processing throughout; and 3 AES50 ports for connection to external AES50 devices.

MIDAS Brand Development Manager Richard Ferriday said, “The Pro1 opens new territory for MIDAS on a number of different levels. New manufacturing materials and techniques, the first stand-alone MIDAS digital console, with comprehensive I/O on the back, and a previously undreamt-of price point. The Pro1 will be accessible to freelance engineers, small music venues, anyone who actually cares about audio quality, reliability and portability.”

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