DiGiCo S31 Prices - UK Sales & Rental
DiGiCo S31 is available to buy from Adlib in the UK. Request a S31 sales price below.
Buy DiGiCo S31Our best UK DiGiCo S31 prices are not published online. Request a sales price below. We will respond within 1 business working day. Request Price
Demo DiGiCo S31You would be welcome to visit our demo facilities in Liverpool or Glasgow for a personal demo of DiGiCo S31. Click below to arrange. Request Demo
DiGiCo S31 Key Features
- 48 Flexi Input Channels
- 24 mic line inputs
- 12 analogue outputs
- 16 Flexi Aux / Sub-Group Busses
- LR Master Bus
- 10 x 8 Full Processing Matrix
- 2 Solo
- 4 (To Follow) Dynamic Equalizers
- 4 Assignable DiGiTuBes
- 4 Assignable Multiband Compressors
- 8 Digital FX
- 16 Assignable Graphic Equalizers
- Optional Waves Integration
- 96kHz Sample Rate N/A Optics
DiGiCo S31 vs DiGiCo S21
The DiGiCo S21 made a big impact when it came on the market but the new S31 offers a much larger control surface including an upgrade from 2 to 3 touchscreens, and 10 additional faders.
Both consoles feature 24 mic/line inputs and 12 analogue outputs so unlike other digital console series (remember Yamaha LS9s), the analogue I/O options are the same on both consoles in the S series. This means that many users will not need to invest in an additional stage box.
If you do choose to invest in an additional stagebox, two DMI ports can allow up to 48 flexi inputs.
Both consoles offer 46 busses: 16 x flexi-busses Mono/Stereo (the equivalent of 32 DSP busses), Stereo Master (2), Solo busses (2 stereo, 4 total), and 10 x 8 Matrix (8)
The S31 uses the same mix engine as the S21 so that main difference is the amount of console available from a hardware perspective.
So should I buy a DiGico S31 or a DiGiCo S21?
It really depends on what your priorities are. If you are looking for the most compact package or are on a tighter budget, the S21 might be for you. If you want more control available on each layer, the S31 might be a better choice.
Another consideration is that many venues including churches and live music venues still haven't transitioned from analogue to digital mixing consoles. Where there is a potential learning curve.