Solid Stage Logic’s L200 is a mid-scale console that is designed to make many of the benefits of the SSL Live range available to a much wider audience. According to the company, these include outstanding sonic performance, accelerated workflow, ultra-low latency and an advanced feature set.
L200 features 144 processing paths, all with full processing, which can be configured as up to 96 input channels, up to 48 aux sends, up to 24 stem groups and six masters. In addition, a 4 x 32-input, 24-output matrix is provided.
It offers a full suite of onboard FX processing – with the same options as the more powerful L300 and L500 models. Forty-eight instances of FX processors are available at any one time. Show files are also compatible with these consoles.
The L200 features a full Dante specification, including network-wide Dante routing from the console with no need for Dante Controller software.
Because of its flexible architecture, the console can be configured and its surface layout rearranged to suit the demands of each production.
It has been designed to be easy to use, with multi-touch gestural screens, and several routes to any function or feature. The cut-away chassis design can accommodate additional displays on sprung-arm mounts – either to increase console functionality or for the control of other systems, such as lighting or video control.
Finally, the company says that the L200 offers SSL quality at a price that is comparable to other mid-range consoles.