Midas Releases Major PRO Series Firmware Update
New features included in the comprehensive upgrade include: Solo Follow Select on the PRO1; the ability to disable automation buttons on the control surface; user can now turn bulkhead fans off and restart automatically; the ability to flatten the GEQ from the surface; 48k capability for DL15x and DL25x Series I/O devices plus compatibility with ver. 2.09, or higher M32 console firmware. Support has also been added for the DL155 and DL231, and the user can now update all I/O via AES50 on all consoles. A recovery system is now available for all PRO Series consoles and the "patching" page can be locked to prevent unauthorized changes.
Music Group VP Sales, Professional Division, Graham Rowlands commented, "The G2.5 firmware represents a tremendous upgrade to our class leading PRO Series consoles and I/O boxes. Plus thanks to the indispensable input from our loyal customers, we've enhanced overall system performance and stability to an unprecedented level."
Midas builds live performance mixing consoles that have been used by the world's most demanding sound engineers, performers and rental companies since 1970. The company is dedicated to raising the standards of sonic quality through its programme of continual research and development and stringent manufacturing processes. Midas engineers are also focused on implementing new control functionality and user-friendly desk operation to anticipate and accommodate the ever-evolving needs of audio professionals who specify MIDAS consoles for their major tours, festivals, international events, broadcast projects and prestigious fixed installations.
Klark Teknik was founded in 1971 and in the years immediately following, their innovative approach to design and development allowed them to introduce some truly groundbreaking designs. Klark Teknik was responsible for one of the world's first digital delay and digital reverb units; however it was their concepts for equalisation devices that really changed the world of professional audio resulting in the DN370 and the famous DN360. Today Klark Teknik continues to bring innovation in design and dedication to engineering and sonic quality in both the analogue and digital realm of signal processing.
MIDAS and Klark Teknik are owned by Music Group.
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The Music Group is one of the world's largest pro audio and music products companies. As the corporate parent for world-recognized brands such as Midas, Klark Teknik, Turbosound, Behringer and Bugera, the Music Group owns and manages some of the finest brands in the industry. With a solid platform of technical innovation, proprietary Intellectual Property and unparalleled brand equity, Music Group companies and brands lead the market in over 130 countries across the globe.
Music Group products are designed and developed by over 250 dedicated members of the industry's most accomplished engineering team, spanning three continents. Our products are built and thoroughly quality tested in our own state-of-the-art factory Music Group City where we control every aspect of the supply chain and manufacturing process. The result of this intensive commitment to quality is that Music Group products are trusted by millions of users every day to produce and perform to exacting specifications and tolerances.
Music Group products can be found in professional and project recording studios, video and broadcast suites, post-production facilities, sound reinforcement applications including houses of worship, stadiums, nightclubs, retail locations and on major musical concert tours.
For more information, please visit www.Music-Group.com.
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