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Presonus Central Station
by: Usha Rani



The imperative studio-monitoring interface for the contemporary digital studio!The Presonus Central Station is the ultimate studio-monitoring interface for the modern digital studio. The Presonus Central Station features three sets of stereo analog inputs to toggle between input sources such as: DAW, mixer, CD/DAT/Tape player, or keyboards/samplers.Two stereo analog inputs feature TRS balanced and the 3rd stereo input features RCA inputs with trim control for level matching of input signals. Additionally, the Central Station will contain 2 digital inputs via S/PDIF or TOSLINK providing D/A conversion up to 24Bit /192kHz.

This permits you to observe DAW and CD/DAT outputs through the same professional quality converter for the most accurate A/B relationship and maximum quality-monitoring atmosphere. The digital to analog converter suggest the utmost probable audio excellence with over 117dB dynamic range and ultra high quality analog circuitry. The Presonus Central Station features 3 sets of monitor outputs, each with their own set of passive trim controls. The monitoring section also provides Mute, Dim and Mono switches. Also the Presonus Central Station includes a set of CUE outputs that can feed headphone amplifiers and a separate stereo Main line level output.

The Presonus Central Station has an onboard Talkback microphone, which is routed through the Cue outputs for communication between artist and engineer. The Presonus Central Station also includes a Microphone XLR input on the rear panel for use with an external microphone. When Talkback is used the Cue mix is automatically "dimmed" for added ease of communication.The Presonus Central Station features a purely passive signal path for ultimate sonic performance. The main audio path of the Presonus Central Station uses no amplifier stages including op amps or active IC's that includes noise, color, distortion, and produce that "pinched" sound. Distortion created by op amps and IC's also gives extra ear weariness.

The Presonus Central Station Remote Control (CSR-1) can be connected to the rear of the Presonus Central Station via DB9 connector to control Volume, Talkback, and Mute, input source switching and speaker output switching functions. Keep the Presonus Central Station in your rack with your gear and use the CSR-1 for ultimate control and flexibility.Signal routing in the Presonus Central Station is accomplished by utilizing 34 sealed mechanical relays (instead of active IC's) maintaining a minimal signal path design wherein extraneous electronics are hard-wire bypassed. Using relays is to make sure the most transparent signal path increases dynamic range, frequency range, and headroom, while decreasing noise and coloration. The Presonus Central Station uses the highest quality passive components including military grade 1% tolerance metal film resistors, multi-element potentiometers and ultra-durable connectors to deliver the highest sonic performance.

Features

Presonus Central Station includes the features like Passive Audio Path - no op amps or IC's in main audio path, 5 stereo inputs with 2 digital and 3 analog, 24-Bit/192kHz DAC (>117dB dynamic range) via SPDIF and TOSLINK , 3 sets of monitor outputs each with passive volume control and Talkback microphone with volume to feed headphone and cue output . Addition to that it includes some other features such as Accurate dual 30-segment LED for metering, 2 front panel headphone jacks with separate volume control

MAIN and CUE stereo output have independent input source, Optional console remote control with input, output, talkback, and volume.


About The Author

Usha Rani is a Copywriter of http://www.gigasonic.com

She written many articles in various topics.For more information visit: http://www.gigasonic.com

Contact her at usharani.articles@gmail.com


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