Orbital appointed as an Allen & Heath dLive Principal UK Dealer
It became clear that this new is a serious contender in the digital console market.
Orbital Sound are pleased to announce that they have been appointed as an Allen & Heath dLive Allen & Heath dLive Principal UK Dealer, joining the select few companies qualified to sell dLive products.
After an extensive training and education session, from Allen & Heath and UK distributor Audio Technica, with Orbital's Project Managers and Engineering staff it soon became clear that this new range of hi tech consoles from Allen & Heath with their associated Personal Mixing products, Remote Controllers and Director software were a serious contender in the digital console market and included some unique features.
Created for professional touring, broadcast and prestige installations, dLive S Class has earned its reputation for audio quality and robustness in the most complex and high-profile applications with features such as:
128 input channels with full processing
Up to 814 system inputs and 824 outputs
Up to 5 audio networking option cards including Dante, Waves SG, ACE, MADI
Up to 5x 128ch audio networking ports
3 Sizes of MixRack plus DX32 modular expansion racks for flexible I/O
XCVI 160'64 FPGA core, 96 kHz sample rate
Configurable 64 bus architecture
DEEP processing ' powerful embedded plugins
16 RackExtra FX with dedicated stereo returns
Compatible with ME personal mixing system
Redundant hot swappable power supply
Redundant connections throughout
Having already supplied dLive MixRacks and ME-3 Personal Monitoring solutions on shows including the recently opened 42nd St and Bat Out of Hell, Orbital are getting behind this British company to promote their new technology and provide innovative solutions for customers. Get in touch to explore the wonderful world of dLive further and take a console out for your next show. Full training schedule will be announced soon.
It soon became clear that this new range of hi tech consoles from Allen & Heath with their associated Personal Mixing products, Remote Controllers and Director software, were a serious contender in the digital console market and included some unique features