Studer Unveils Low-Cost Vista 5 Black Edition Console

HARMAN Professional Solutions has announced a new series of its Studer Vista 5 console family that leverages some of the same features of its popular Studer Vista 5 M3 mixing console in a lower cost model. The new Vista 5 Black Edition includes Studer’s Infinity Core processor with full processing redundancy.

The Studer Vista 5 Black Edition is available in 22, 32 and 44 fader sizes, and supports an optional TFT meter bridge. The console features Studer’s Vistronics interface and FaderGlow technology, as well as the Infinity Core’s advanced capabilities—such as Dynamic EQ plug-ins and full Core redundancy with up to 1000 MEQs (Mono Equivalent Channels).

The Vista 5 Black Edition supports any of Studer’s range of Infinity Core products, including the Infinity Core 300, 600 and 1000, as well as the new Studer Infinity Core Commercial off the Shelf (COTS) solution. This allows customers to run Studer’s real-time audio processing on their own server hardware just by adding a standard PCIe Infinity CoreLink card.

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