Jan 21, 2004 12:00 PM, Editors
Midas’ very first 8-bus console, the brand-new Verona was designed from the ground up by the same team responsible for the company’s Heritage 3000 and XL4, and comprises six models ranging from 24 up to 64 inputs.
Sonically, a brand-new premium performance mic amp design with very high CMR performance provides simple, noise-free connections, and every channel offers highly accurate and musical swept 4-band EQ. Mechanically, Verona’s rigid chassis construction is designed for long-term reliability, whether on the road or in a fixed installation. Verona may be easily set up for either front of house or monitors; the group/aux changeover switch allows the choice of any combination of the aux outputs to be controlled via a 100mm fader including insert point. This flexibility is supported by the front panel Aux EQ defeat switch: When pressed, any auxes assigned pre-fader will be sent pre-EQ.
According to David Cooper, director of sales and marketing for Midas and Klark Teknik, “This is the first time we’ve had an 8-bus console in our portfolio, and we are anticipating enormous demand for it. Anyone who has ever used a Venice and loved it will be even more enamored of the Verona: You get more inputs, more features, more versatility and that all-important Midas quality in a compact but truly professional package. It’s available as an install or touring package and will comfortably handle anything from rock ’n’ roll to theater to corporate applications and houses of worship. If you’re in the market for an 8-bus console, Verona should definitely be on your shortlist. You won’t be disappointed.”
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