Midas debuts M32R digital console at NAMM 2015

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Midas has launched a new and innovative digital mixer at NAMM 2015. The M32R console combines legendary MIDAS sound quality with advanced digital technology, future-proofed 96 kHz capable open architecture design and industry-leading 192 kHz ADC and DAC converters to create a revolutionary mid-format live console. M32R features ultra-sleek styling, offering you a truly upscale and gratifying mixing experience. High-end construction materials provide unparalleled durability and strength, plus substantially lower weight than comparable consoles.

The M32R also utilises award-winning MIDAS PRO Series microphone preamplifiers and the custom-designed MIDAS PRO motorised faders that are rated for 1 million life cycles-three times more than other leading consoles.

The MIDAS M32R is a future-forward console that completely raises the bar for live mixing.

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Features:

Live performance and studio recording digital console with up to 40 simultaneous input channels
16 award-winning MIDAS PRO microphone preamplifiers
25 time-aligned and phase-coherent mix buses
AES50 networking allows up to 96 inputs and 96 outputs
Open architecture allows for future 96 kHz operation
192 kHz ADC and DAC converters for outstanding audio performance
Industry-leading design by Bentley* Motors Designer
High-performance aluminium and high-impact steel structure
Rack mount brackets included for ultimate flexibility
40 bit floating point digital signal processing
8 DCA and 6 mute groups
8 digital signal processing effects engines
17 MIDAS PRO motorised 100 mm faders
Daylight viewable 5″ full colour TFT display screen
32 x 32 channel USB 2.0 audio interface
DAW remote control emulations of Mackie Control and HUI protocols
Optional wireless remote control with MIDAS Apps for iPhone and iPad
Auto-ranging universal switch-mode power supply
3-Year Warranty Program
Designed and engineered in England

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