UK event specialist Adlib, has upgraded its stock of MIDAS mixing systems to the brand’s flagship, powerhouse PRO X console.
Two MIDAS XL8 desks have made way for two brand new PRO X systems, which provide 168 input channels, 99 buses and a 96 kHz sample rate. Adlib, with headquarters in Liverpool, has just recently completed a major £1 million expansion of their UK operations with the opening of a Scottish warehouse and office space on the outskirts of Glasgow.
Operations manager Dave Jones comments: “We upgraded our inventory so that we can continue to deliver the best mixing experience for our customers UK-wide. We’ve had work with major touring acts, who would mix only on MIDAS consoles, such as Foals, who required an A and B monitor rig. Both the new PRO X desks have had a good introductory run with them along with four of our MIDAS PRO2 consoles.”
As well as high input channel count, the PRO X offers AES50 digital audio connectivity for scalability of up to 288 inputs and 294 outputs.
Deacon Blue monitor engineer Steph Fleming, is currently using one of the PRO X consoles on the Scottish pop-rock band’s current tour.