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Si3 Digital Live Sound Console

Si3 Digital Live Sound Console
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83736
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Condition
Excellent Condition Help
Item is used but in perfect condition.
Warranty
30 Days
Region
Europe
Age
4-6
Usage
Corporate Events
Voltage
230V/50-60Hz
Case
Custom (included in price)
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6 000 €
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Si3 Digital Live Sound Console
Si3 Digital Live Sound Console
Si3 Digital Live Sound Console
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We are selling digital Soundcraft mixer mod. Si3 64ch IN and 24 ch OUT in perfect condition, fully functional. No problem hardware it software. Used only in local events. Never toured. Including MADI card .

Description

The Soundcraft Si3 is designed for live use on both touring sound systems and in fixed installations and its intuitive operation and high input and bus count makes it a perfect choice for House of Worship sound systems. Theatre users will also find the Soundcraft Si3 very applicable in their area.

Soundcraft has revisited the control topology employed on the ground-breaking Spirit 328 and 324 digital consoles, and made it even easier. The model is this - above each fader is a rotary encoder, the function of which changes according to the mode selected. This ‘bank’ of encoders, known as the VCS or Virtual Channel Strip  can be set to control every function of a channel (known as Channel mode), so mic gain, EQ, dynamics, auxes, panning are all controlled as if you had a normal analogue channel strip laid sideways in front of you. The VCS also incorporates all the switching you would find on an individual analogue channel strip (48v, Phase Reverse, EQ In etc.). Alternatively, in what is called Global mode, each encoder controls the same function for each channel. So, for example, the encoders could control all the mic gains, pans or a chosen Aux bus (very useful for creating monitor mixes).