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© Lawo AG 2011 sapphire A step ahead.
2© Lawo AG Adapts perfectly to any environment.
3© Lawo AG The new Lawo sapphire. A step ahead.
4© Lawo AG Available as table top version…
5© Lawo AG … or as a countersunk version.
6© Lawo AG … highly scalable … modular … flexible configuration … for self-op or production use
7© Lawo AG … and optional extension-modules. With up to 60 motor faders …
8© Lawo AG Different module types... 4 different module types functions can be configured flexibly high resolution OLEDs show functions and labels high-quality components (ALPS faders, noiseless buttons, massive aluminium surface) Extremely flat despite motor faders 2-Layer operation and additional mapping options to mirror and rearrange sources on faders
9© Lawo AG 12-fader split version...
10© Lawo AG 12-fader split version – different layout
11© Lawo AG 12-fader self-op layout...
12© Lawo AG Mastercard and I/Os Console surface TouchScreen-SW VisTool Panels sapphire system components:
13© Lawo AG mic/line AES/EBU 3G SDI RS232/RS422 GPIO IP Codec MADI MIDI The sapphire is based on the proven DALLIS I/O-system with its steadily growing variety of interface cards.
14© Lawo AG Up to 128 inputs directly via DALLIS I/O-cards 256 inputs via MADI Internal matrix of 384x384 Up to 80 channels OnAir 48 summing busses Inserts Internal DSP ressources: 48 mono EQ, 14 dynamic sections with gate, expander and compressor, 14 limiter 24 x delay
15© Lawo AG Visualisation + Flexibility = VisTool. Effective visualisation of parameters Interactive, graphical enhancement for sapphire and crystal Multiscreen touchscreen operation Remote access to console parameters
16© Lawo AG Visualisation + Flexibility = VisTool. elements can be freely arranged
17© Lawo AG Also available with an overbridge. Presentation at IBC 2011.
18© Lawo AG Comprehensive possibilities for networked installations and individual configuration.
19© Lawo AG Configuration and maintenance. Software for system configuration and logic programming Integrated web server for system diagnosis Dedicated SW tool for system diagnosis Remote maintenance via VPN
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