This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this SSL SiX Desktop Mixer. This will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this SSL SiX Desktop Mixer.
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True analog path way Thanks to its excellent design the SSL SuperAnalogue design gives you sonic character like no other. The ultra-low noise circuitry means you get perfect sound – every time. The wide dynamic range offers great reproduction no matter what instruments are in your signal chain. It features ultra-low distortion as well as great stereo imaging. Two incredible sounding mono inputs Two mono channels with SSL SuperAnalogue mic pres – 66dB of gain compared to mid-40s or 50s – provide the main inputs for the SiX offering you best in class audio quality. It features Phantom Power to handle any mic you use with it. Both mono channels have a new two-band SSL EQ that may be independently switched between shelf and bell curves with different centre frequencies for each type. This gives you great control over your signals. The long 100mm faders provide you with accurate controls for setting levels. Send these two channels to your DAW for adding different effects – your plug-in suite is just a route away. ALTernate input switch – which can source 2 extra mono channels from a connector at the rear. It features a completely balanced signal path – Everything except the headphone jack is fully balanced. Great for your line inputs Two stereo input channels with -10/+20 trim for line sources such as guitars synths drum machines and outputs from sound cards. The line input also has 100m faders for brilliant accuracy across the board. ALT inputs offer up to 12 channels that can be summed into the main mix bus. Route however you want Professional routing and monitoring features allow you to take full control over your mix down. These routing paths are taken directly from the larger SSL consoles. The Master section includes main and alt monitor outputs with mono check dim and out. Giving you deep control over your output. The fader channels all have proper PFL and mute. Use Bus B to send to DAW. It even comes with a talkback mic input with Phantom Power to help you keep in touch with your talent. Features Benchmark SuperAnalogue audio performance Ultra low noise ultra-low distortion pristine sound Stunning Record Path Classic SSL Channel Processing The unique Listen Mic Compressor Professional Routing & Monitoring 12 Input Summing at Mixdown 12 line level inputs with channel and Master Bus inserts Legendary Master Bus Compressor- An essential version of the incredible SSL legacy Completely balanced signal path Specifications Microphone amplifier Gain: Variable from +6dB to +72dB** Input Impedance: 1.2kΩ Max Input Level: 1% THD 21 dBu Output Headroom: +27dBu at onset of clipping Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz 3dB high rolloff +0.1/-0.3dB THD+Noise: (-20dBu applied +30dB gain) @ 1kHz (filter 22Hz to 22kHz) 0.0015% CMRR: (-10dBu applied +30dB gain) 80dB Equivelant Input Noise (EIN): 150Ω termination maximum gain 127.5dBu SuperAnalogue channel line input amplifier Gain: Variable from -3dB to +63dB** Input Impedance: 10kΩ Hi-Z Input Impedance: 1MΩ Max Input Level: 1% THD +27dBu before clipping Output Headroom: +27dBu at onset of clipping Frequency Response: – 20Hz to 20kHz -3dB high rolloff +0.1/-0.3dB 100kHz THD+Noise: (-20dBu applied +30dB gain) @ 1kHz (filter 22Hz to 22kHz) 0.0015% CMRR: 70dB Equivelant Input Noise (EIN): 150Ω termination maximum gain -110dBu Channel equaliser Output Headroom: more than +27dBu at onset of clipping THD+Noise: +20dBu @ 1kHz (filter 22Hz to 22kHz) less than 0.0015% Noise: less than -88dBu Channel compressor Ratio: 2:1 Threshold: +10 to -20 dB Attack time: 9ms to 30ms Release time: 300ms Output Headroom: +26dBu at onset of clipping Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz +0.9/-0.9dB Noise: less than -90dBu SuperAnalogue stereo channel line input amplifier Gain: Variable from -10dB to +20dB Input Impedance: 10kΩ Max Input Level: 1 percent THD +31dBu before clipping Output Headroom: +27dBu at onset of clipping Frequency Response: – 20Hz to 20kHz -3dB high rolloff +0.1/-0.3dB 100kHz THD+Noise: (-20dBu applied +30dB gain) @ 1kHz (filter 22Hz to 22kHz) 0.0007% CMRR: 50dB Equivelant Input Noise (EIN): 150Ω termination maximum gain -93dBu Physical specifications Front to Back Depth: 310 mm / 12.2 inches Height (from table top inc. feet): 120 mm / 4.7 inches Width: 270 mm / 10.6 inches Power: 38 Watts Unboxed Weight: 3.5 kg / 7.7 lbs Boxed Size Depth x Height x Width: 325 mm x 155 mm x 360 mm (12.8″ x 6.1″ x 14.2″) Boxed Weight: 6.0 kg / 13.3 lbs
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About Solid State Logic
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