X-Light is a high channel count, ultra-low latency Dante interface. Experience a Dante I/O solution that is reliable and quick to deploy on the…
L200 local analogue I/O configuration; 12 mic/line inputs in (two of which are in parallel with the Talkback inputs), 2 front panel Talkback mic/line XLR inputs, 12 line outputs, 4 Headphone/Monitor outputs. AES/EBU digital I/O configuration: 4 pairs of inputs and 4 pairs of outputs. AES/EBU I/O has fully variable sample rate conversion.
Standard MADI port configuration: eight MADI ports; six pairs of coaxial and two pairs of fibre which can be used independently or in a redundant configuration. There is an additional FX loop, a separate optical MADI port (out/in), designed for connecting an external FX device such as a system using Waves Multirack or a VST effects host. A redundant pair of SSL Blacklight II fibre connectors can be fitted to provide 256 bidirectional channels at 96kHz between console and stage. A Dante card is also fitted offering 32x32 channels of I/O at 96 kHz over a redundant Dante connection. The Dante interface offers Sample Rate Conversion between all Dante network rates. An optional redundant pair of SSL X-Light connectors provide 256 bi-directional channels at 96kHz between console and stage using a single cable with ruggedised connectors. The back panel also accommodates connectors for MIDI, LTC, Wordclock and GP I/O. A 2nd redundant power supply is standard.
There are four models available in the SSL Live console range; the L550, the L350, the L200 and the L100. At SSL we believe that offering a range of sizes and console specifications should not mean compromising on quality or features.
All four consoles use the same Remote I/O, use identical audio conversion and internal audio engine technology. The combination and layout of Fader Tiles, Master Tile and Channel Control Tile varies but the controls available and feature set are identical. The consoles use the same software with identical architecture, routing capability, and of course audio processing tool kit. A full channel on the L550 is the same as a full channel on the other consoles and they all offer exactly the same outstanding collection of insert Effects. The differences between the four models centre on physical size, layout, available channel paths & processing power, and available local I/O.
The specification differences are so straightforward they are summed up clearly in the comparison table below.
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