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Author Topic: FS: Feeler CREST AUDIO X8-HS  (Read 1810 times)


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« on: February 09, 2011, 06:51:44 pm »

Designed by the guys who are now APB. It has the same feel as an APB so if you’re familiar with their consoles, you will easily adapt to this one.

This consoles has a great deal of the features you would expect on a “professional desk”. Like 8 mute groups that can be saved as 128 mute scenes. Redundant back-up supplies……etc.

- 24 mono channels
- 4 stereo channels (can be used as mono)
- 8 Auxes (auxiliary sends 5/6 and 7/8 may be switched between mono or stereo operation)
- 8 Groups
- four-band eq with sweepable mid-bands and high-pass filters on all inputs
- fader-reverse function optimizes operation as a front-of-house or as a monitor-mix console
- five-segment LED level indication on all mono input-modules with variable intensity SIGNAL PRESENT indicator and multiple sample-point PEAK INDICATOR
- stereo solo system features switchable AFL/PFL mode and last-pressed functions, with master SOLO CLEAR switch
- fully-balanced primary outputs and balanced mic- and line-inputs
- meter bridge as standard: thirteen mechanical meters with solid-state illumination: eight groups, left, right, mono (center) and solo-left/solo-right
- pink-noise generator can feed the talk-back section TONS of addtionl EQ
- Twelve-channels of five band eq are provided on the Aux and Matrix outputs, switch able to the group, left, right, and mono outputs.

- Includes 2 Crest rack mountable power supplies, along with the cable to connect them to make them redundant.

- R&R case
- 1/2” ATA case
- Full dog house
- 4” casters (only 6 months old)
- 6 latches, 10 handles

- 4 NEW (never opened/ never used) Mono input modules. That’s 4 new mono channels incase something ever goes wrong with a channel.

Console is in great shape. Everything works. There are NO scratchy pots or faders.

Pictures can be found at: www.facebook.com/FB.Sonus
Email me for additional info or pics: info@sonuslive.com

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