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SSL evolves its Live range

SSL evolves its Live range
SSL Live L550

SSL evolves its Live range

The L350 and L550 replace the L300 and L500 Plus

Solid State Logic has released its SSL Live L350 and L550 consoles. The L550 features 288 processing paths, 26 matrix outputs and 48 VCAs, assignable to any of the 36+2 faders on the control surface. The L350 consists of 216 processing paths, 36 matrix outputs and 36 VCAs in a compact 24+2 fader frame. Both consoles can be augmented with USB Remote Fader Tiles or connected to remotely from another console, a laptop running SOLSA remote control software or tablet running the TaCo control app.

The L350 and L550 replace the L300 and L500 Plus and are showfile compatible with all other SSL Live consoles. Upgrade kits are also available to existing L300 and L500 Plus owners who wish to upgrade their consoles to the latest specification. A new V4.8 version of software will also be available to support all new hardware.

In other news, X-Light is a high channel count, ultra-low-latency interface, carrying 256x256 channels of 96kHz, 24-bit audio plus control data between SSL Live consoles and Dante devices onstage via a single cable. X-Light has been designed to offer a Dante I/O solution that is described as reliable and quick to deploy in the field, while maintaining many of the benefits of a scalable and flexible AoIP network. Meanwhile, the 1U X-Light Bridge interface has been designed to be deployed in stage I/O racks and features a fully redundant pair of X-Light connections using Neutrik opticalCON Quad format connectors on the front panel. On the rear panel, there are two redundant pairs of Neutrik etherCON format Dante connections for audio and control distribution.

SSL has also introduced the SB16.12 stagebox. Based on the larger SB32.24, the SB16.12 features 16 SuperAnalogue mic/line inputs with gain compensated digital split outputs, eight line outputs, four AES inputs with SRC and four AES outputs. It has dual Dante network interfaces, providing a redundant pair of ruggedised etherCON ports for the main I/O and a redundant pair of SFP ports for the compensated split outputs.



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