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EURODESK SX4882

Complete Versatility

Whether recording in the studio, running live house sound, recording a live show, or for use as a stage monitor mixing board, the feature-packed SX4882 does it all. Designed with live performance versatility and recording necessities built in, this console combines years of every sound engineer’s wants and needs into one high-performance machine. It may not get you free beer or groupies, but it rocks for live-sound and recording.
Channels
Versatility

Va-Va-Va-Versatility! No More “Creative Patching”

Input choices and routing options are not overrated. In fact, they are essential to managing technically complex instrumentation or multiple bands all patched into the same board. And while you may not need every patching option for every show, at least you know you have every input and output option you could ever need. You will be grateful to have features like Insert points on every channel input, all Subgroups and on the Main outs. Direct Outputs on each channel are very useful too and may even make you a hero for about 5 minutes when you can provide a seemingly improbable solution by taking a direct split off the console to feed some other input source.

Use your creativity where it matters most – in getting the sound and mix you want, not on brain-twisting patching compromises and channel routing puzzles. Complete versatility and accessibility is what it’s all about and the SX4882 does not disappoint.
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EQ

British EQ for Bloody Excellent Sound

Expensive British consoles have long been praised for having sweeter, smoother channel EQ than many other mixers provide. That’s why the EQ circuitry on the SX4882 is designed with British-style EQ, with wider curves and smoother phase characteristics. It maximizes effective frequency sculpting without harshness or gaping holes in the audio spectrum. This sweet feature will benefit your mixes – both live and in the studio. You may even start saying “Check One, Two” with a British accent. And it’s worth repeating that there are two sweepable EQ bands, not just one. That’s a must-have for many situations, and now you have it!
Audio Quality / Clarity

Buttons, Buttons, Buttons

This baby’s got buttons. Do buttons look cool? Yes! Is this why they are on the board? No! They’re there because you need them all! But many mixers don’t have all these options, which may be why some sound technicians are missing a lot of their hair.

One word of caution: You may have to contend with adoring masses asking if you really know what all those buttons do.

PFL/SOLO capability on:

  • Every channel, pre- or post-fader option

  • Aux bus sends

  • Aux returns

  • All subgroups

  • Headphone mixes

Routing Matrix Buttons & More:

  • Select switch that assigns Mix B input OR mic/line input to Main Channel strip

  • Mic/Line input select button

  • Aux Send Mix B- sends Mix B input source to Aux send

  • B-channel Flip switches Mix B input source to mirror main channel input

  • Mix B operating input level, +4dB or -10 db

  • Channel low-cut fi lter

  • Phantom power On, independent 8-channel blocks

  • Subgroup and Main Mix assignment

  • Channel mutes - on all channels 1-48, including all Mix B channels

Octo-riffic Subgroups

Having eight Subgroups give you so much flexibility you may just become a gymnast on the side. These Subgroups can be used to send eight individual tracks directly to your tape, digital interface or hard disk recorder, or they can be used as four stereo submixes. There are two parallel outputs on each subgroup, to feed up to 16 multi-track channels.

During a live show you could use four of the subgroups for instrument and vocal sub-mixing to the PA and the other four could be for a tape submix, if you choose not to use Mix B as your tape mix. For use with a stereo PA you still have 4 subgroups total to work with, and when used as a stage monitor console, the SX4882 can provide up to 16 independent monitor mixes by combining the subgroups, Aux busses, and L/R Mix B. Wicked!

In the studio, the eight Subgroups allow maximization of recording inputs by allowing several channels to be mixed down to a smaller number of recording tracks. By combining channel inputs into subgroups which go directly out to tape, you have the ability to record even more than 24 discreet inputs. Also, the outputs of the subgroups have selectable operating output levels (+4dB or -10dB) to match the inputs of your recording device.

Ease of Use

The MeterBridge – Functionality and Stunningly Cool

Once you’ve had a meterbridge on deck, it’s hard to go back. Essential in the studio and amazingly cool live, the meterbridge provides visual confirmation of what is going on with all your signals with just a quick glance. Each input channel, all the subgroups and the main outputs feature 12-level LEDs organized incrementally with traffic light style color coding, so you can verify input and output levels, even on the Mix B channels.

Many console manufacturers offer a meterbridge only as an expensive, optional add-on, however, the SX4882 provides it standard.The MeterBridge – Functionality and Stunningly Cool



   


 

 
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