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Rack Options & Solutions


SD Rack


Up to 192KHz; 56/56 I/O with SRC Madi Split; Gain tracking, Multiple connection inc. Optical


MINI Rack


4U, compatible with all SD Rack modules. MADI and optional Optical Connection.


Digital control solutions for any application


Multi-Surface Mixing Solution With Huge I/O Pool,


Stealth Digital Processing, Fibre Infrastructure And More. Just why is it that many of the world’s finest performing arts facilities, theatres and live events insist on DiGiCo SD Series consoles?


It could be the shared operating system, the Super FPGA and Stealth Digital Processing, the exceptional sonic performance or the system design structure that can expand as your requirements grow. It could be the configurable I/O racks, (which can be shared between consoles), the in-console effects, the option of WAVES Plug-ins, (you may not require any outboard gear), or the sheer power and flexibility. For example, the flagship SD7 provides up to 256 processing paths at 96kHz, a massive 1568 I/O connections accessible across 14 racks (on a single loop across five consoles) with full redundancy, automation, and the ability to use fibre optic infrastructure.


Whatever the reason, the truth is, when a DiGiCo SD Series multi-surface mixing solution is specified, performance and flexibility is taken to a whole new level.


NANO Rack


2U, compatible with all SD Rack modules. Optical Connection only.


D-Rack


32/16 I/O. Analog, AES/EBU or Aviom Output Modules.


Cat5e or Optical Connection


MADI Rack


48/24 I/O. Analog or AES/EBU or Aviom Output Modules.


Waves Plug-Ins


Optional fully integrated Waves Sound Grid opens up a whole world of choice


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