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Author Topic: Soundcraft Sapphyre (1992)  (Read 1166 times)

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Soundcraft Sapphyre (1992)
« on: March 28, 2015, 08:18:41 PM »
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LARGE FRAME, 36 INPUT PLUS 4 STEREO CHANNELS, WITH DUAL FADERS ON EACH CHANNEL (80 INPUT TOTAL),
INDIVIDUAL GATES ON EACH CHANNEL,
INDIVIDUAL PHASE, +48 VOLT, ROLLOFF,
4 BAND EQ WITH PARAMETRIC LO MIDS AND HI MIDS,
6 AUXS SELECTABLE PRE/POST,
8 BUSSES, FULL METER BRIDGE,
352 POINT PATCHBAY