DiGiCo will exhibit at the upcoming at NAB Show 2008, Las Vegas, NV (April 14-17 2008), Booth #N9133, along with its U.S. distributor Group One, Ltd. Spotlighting the compact Soundtracs DS-00 digital console, NAB will also be the first unveiling in the U.S. of DiGiCo's progressive SD7 system featuring 'Stealth Digital Processing'. Hailed as the future of digital mixing technology, come see what the media has been buzzing about since the console's preview in Europe last year.
Powering the SD7 is DiGiCo's latest in high density digital processing, the all-new Stealth® mixing and routing engine exclusive to DiGiCo. Based on the latest incarnation of FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) technology, known as Super FPGA, it's a core component of the SD7's quantum leap in console design. Allied to two of the latest generation of SHARC® effects, dynamics and control processors, it endows the console with a staggering eight times the overall processing power of a D5 Live. The benefits are to be found not only in the high resolution audio processing that makes 128 simultaneous 192kHz signal paths readily achievable, or 256 at 48kHz/96kHz, but limitless flexibility too. Make the most of 448 simultaneous optical and 224 MADI and 24 integral connections, and 128 busses plus 32 matrix busses, 32 graphic equalisers, to build the biggest and most complex shows.
The Soundtracs DS-00 is a compact, digital console featuring 64 channels of full processing expandable to 160 channels of stereo, LCRS, 5.1 and 7.1 surround mixing with a 40x8 monitor matrix, full dynamic and snapshot automation, on-board FX option with automation, audio and file network options and 96khz operation with multiple output sample rates. The DS-00 provides a powerful array of standard features for post-production, broadcast, film, and music recording applications.
DiGiCo is also the FOH Sponsor of the Technologies for Worship Pavilion at NAB, featuring hands-on training, performances, and exhibits by top manufacturers. The DiGiCo CS-D5 will handle FOH duties for all of the event's live sound needs. For more information, go to: http://www.tfwm.com/