Resolution Award Nomination for Prime 13
Following our nomination for the Arthur modular mixer in 2017, we are very excited to see the new Arthur Prime 13 nominated in the Analogue Mixer/Summing Device category for the 2018 Resolution Awards. The nominations for these awards have been drawn from an exceptional panel of industry experts and practitioners.
“We have been showing the new 5-, 9- and 13-channel Prime mixers at international trade shows during the year and have been amazed at the amount of interest from professional musicians, engineers, technicians and project studio owners” says Schertler Marketing Manager Drago Dujak. “Our decision to develop this fixed-format, high-quality compact range was very positively received and this latest nomination is a really sound endorsement of that decision.”
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About Prime 13
Prime 13 is the largest model in our new fixed-format mixer series. Based on the same technology used in the flagship Arthur mixer, it features the same high-quality preamps on the input channels, the same hi-voltage (48V) power supply for superior headroom and the same No Negative Feedback (NFB) structure for a fast response and natural attack. The mixer’s 7 mic input channels and 3 stereo line input channels have a range of standard features as well as 2 x Aux Sends (pre- and postfade) per channel and a switchable Insert/DirectOut option on the mic channels.The Master section includes both Main and Aux Outs, a stereo digital reverb with independent controls for volume and decay, plus a headphone section with volume control.
Prime 13 is ideal for smaller theatres and performance venues, houses of worship, rehearsal rooms or recording/project studios where excellent sound quality is required, but space is more limited.