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LD Systems is in the zone

LD Systems is in the zone
Zone X1208

LD Systems is in the zone

The Zone X1208 features a front panel design and an operating system based on the latest generation of Linux

LD Systems has built the new Zone X1208 19-inch DSP matrix processor with a variety of remote-control options. Its hybrid architecture DSP features a 40-bit floating point DSP engine that allows DSP templates to be loaded as installation requirements change.

Users can set calendar-based workflow controls and perform automated preset changes using the Zone X1208’s event scheduler function, while a Remote bus facilitates integration with future LD Systems control panels and paging microphones. The unit also features 12 balanced mic/line inputs with microphone preamps and 48V phantom power selection per input, as well as eight balanced line outputs, eight GPI and eight GPO logic ports.   

At a size of 1U, the Zone X1208 features a front panel design and an operating system based on the latest generation of Linux, enabling remote control via the Xilica Designer universal control software using the integrated Ethernet interface. In addition, dedicated remote control apps for iOS and Android allow users to customise the user interface to meet the needs of certain projects.

A Zone X1208D version will also be available with an integrated Ethernet and Dante card for advanced AoIP applications, with 64x64 Dante audio-over-IP channels. The Ethernet and Dante card is also optionally available for subsequent upgrading of the Zone X1208.



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