Here are more pictures from the MIDAS PRO6 rollout on Friday and Saturday.
Club Myth was the setting for the rollout.
“Mr. Midas” Matt Larson knows how to host a coming out party.
Celebrity guest engineer and endorser Howie Linderman.
Invited guests taking notes and placing orders.
Hands on breakout room three.
Club VIP boxes.
All hands on desk.
Day two training at BOSH headquarters.
Bosch Academy Central.
Private instruction room one.
Private instruction room two.
Forbidden picture of the answer man Ethan Wetzell in his lair.
- Dual “Daylight Visible” Screens with 3-way KVM switch
- XL8-Style “Fast Zones”
- XL8-Style Dual Operator “Channel Strips”
- 10 VCAs
- 6 POPulation Groups
- Configurable “Area B”
- 16 Input Faders
- Up to 80 simultaneous mix channels
- 16 Group/Aux & 16 Matrix - 32 Mixes in “monitor” mode
- Surround panning including LCRS, Quad and 5.1
- Dual-Redundant Linux Control Computers
- Dual-Redundant HyperMac (192x192) digital snake included
- 8 Fully-assignable FX engines – with new FX options
- Up to 36 KT Graphic EQs - with optional DN9331 Rapide control
- 3 AES50 Ports on the Control Centre for I/O expansion and XL8 connectivity
- 24 Configurable inputs on the Control Centre *
- 24 Configurable outputs on the Control Centre *
- Three year factory warranty
Weight and Dimensions
Control Centre - 1365mm x 924mm
Weight - 95Kg / 209.4lbs **
DL371 - 7U, 22Kgs / 48.5lbs **
DL351 - 7U, 27Kgs / 59.5lbs **
Sorry all of you Yamaha
PM1D - 5D, Digidesign, DiGiCo owners. The new MIDAS
PRO 6 systems only peer is the MIDAS XL8. It has no
competition. And for all of you that haven’t
already taken the digital plunge you would be
insane to consider anything else. Oh yah, and did I
mention the price? The word aggressive doesn’t even
adequately describe the price. If you have enough
money to buy a MIDAS Heritage 3000 you can afford
You can’t afford not to own this system because your competitor has already placed their order. CareySound is now taking orders. Call us NOW.