SPL SMC 7.1 Surround Controller
The SMC 7.1 expands analog surround monitoring to 8 channels and offers Solo, Solo-In-Place, and Solo-To-Center as well as a headphone jack.
Inputs & Speaker Management
Two 7.1 and two stereo input sources can be connected to the SMC 7.1. This is important because,x in monitoring, two productions are always compared.
A subwoofer can be added to a stereo input by activating the LFE button.
Each loudspeaker can be switched on and off individually, and the SMC 7.1 remembers the last speakers used for each source.
The Solo-In-Place function now turns the loudspeaker on/off switches into solo buttons. This allows each loudspeaker to be heard alone in its position.
Solo-To-Center places the selected loudspeaker on the center speaker so that it can be listened to precisely from the front in case critical listening is required.
An alternative output is available for connecting a pair of stereo loudspeakers.
The 45mm all-aluminum rotary knob moves an 8-level potentiometer.
Mute is especially important when the DAW sends full-range audio garbage due to a problem. Mute can be used quickly to protect speakers and hearing.
As an alternative to the speakers, headphones can be used for monitoring. The headphones can be switched on and have their own volume control.
The SMC 7.1 can be installed in the Expansion Rack to be screwed into a 19-inch rack.
The Expansion Rack is equipped with a switch that can passively route the stereo output signal of the SMC 7.1 to four stereo outputs.
In this combination, the SMC 7.1 is expanded by three additional stereo outputs.
This allows a 7.1 loudspeaker array and full-range, mid and nearfield stereo speakers to be controlled and monitored.
Analog inputs & outputs; XLR & DB25 (balanced)
Standard Headphones Output, 6.35 mm (1/4″) TRS Jack
Internal Linear Power Supply with Toroidal Transformer
Mains Power Supply
Maße & Gewicht
Reference: 0 dBu = 0,775V. All specifications are subject to change without notice.