The RED 48 summing console fills the void left by the mixing console you still wish you had. It brings back the analogue console sound that's been missing in the mixes and adds essential control room functions so your studio is easier to navigate. The RED 48 consists of three sections: the control room monitor, the communications, and the mix buss. The control room monitor section has three balanced stereo input sources and the mix buss to select from. A passive stepped attenuator to adjust the level for the control room monitors or alternate speakers and a remote dim switch for those important phone calls.
The communication section includes a talkback mic and level control which feeds the cue system, a separate slate output to designate tracks, remote switches for both these functions, and an extra remote jack for yet another remote talkback switch. The cue signal can be either a dedicated cue mix or the control room signal, for that quick overdub. The engineers headphone can select the control room signal or the cue signal, has it's own level control, and also gets the talkback signal when the cue feed is selected.
- Control Room Selector has three balanced input sources or the mix buss to chose from
- Passive stepped attenuator for control room monitors
- Alternate speaker select
- 48 summing inputs (24 stereo inputs)
- Remote P&G stereo master fader
- Balanced stereo insert patch point across the mix buss (with a by pass switch)
- Talkback mic with level control
- Slate output for track designation
- Remote switching for slate, talkback, and dim.
- Cue feed to headphones can select a dedicated cue mix or the control room signal
- Engineers headphone with a separate level control (with talkback signal)
- Engineers headphone selects the cue feed or the control room signal