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About DiGiCo SD9
The DiGiCo SD9 is a compact, world-class digital mixing console at an exceptional price point that is available to buy or hire from Adlib.
The DiGiCo SD9 can be hired on its own or as part of a complete audio package. The console is available from either our Glasgow or Liverpool rental offices and shipping can be arranged anywhere in the UK if required.Read More
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DiGiCo SD9 Key Features
- 96 Input Channels
- 48 Aux / Sub-Group Busses
- LR/LCR Master Bus
- 12 x 8 Full Processing Matrix
- 2 Solo
- 155 Dynamic Equalizers
- 155 DiGiTuBes
- 155 Multiband Compressors
- 12 Digital FX
- 16 Graphic Equalizers
- Optional Waves Integration
- 48/96kHz Sample Rate
- Optional Optics
DiGiCo SD9 Review
The DiGiCo SD9 is a compact mixing desk with a large (15 inch) LCD touchscreen in the centre. There are 24 faders (with four layers available) and each includes a colour "scribble strip" and meter.
The SD9 remains popular with our sound engineers in a range of environments including on conferences, corporate events, and for installation into live music venues and places of worship.
With the SD9, you get the same software benefits as the larger SD7 and SD8 consoles including the same effects, EQ and compression in a more compact and affordable package.
The console layout is very flexible and customisable which means it easily adapts to your workflow and, partly for this reason, remains a popular choice on riders.