At this year’s InfoComm, Soundcraft unveiled its new MH2, the latest model in the manufacturer’s MH Series of dual-mode performance consoles.
Aimed at touring companies and installations of all sizes, the MH2 is one of the few consoles at this level to offer VCA grouping. And similar to the MH3 and MH4, the MH2 is capable of dual-mode (FOH/monitor) operation and features eight subgroups, ten auxiliary busses, eight VCA groups and six mute groups, as well as an integral 11×4 matrix.
Available in 24, 32, 40 and 48 mono channel frame sizes, all with four comprehensive, full-function stereo inputs as standard, the MH2 features a monocoque chassis with individual channel PCBs.
The console can be switched from FOH mode to monitor mode, whereby ten 60mm faders can control the auxiliary outputs instead of the groups for monitor use. In FOH mode, these faders normally control the eight group outputs plus two of the auxiliary sends. Four stereo returns are provided, each with a four-band EQ section, feeding the main mix busses.
Suggested U.S. retail pricing: 24 mono + 4 stereo channels, $11,595; 32 mono + 4 stereo channels, $13,495; 40 mono + 4 stereo channels, $14,995; 48 mono + 4 stereo channels, $16,950.
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