The NSI MC6300 Digital Controller has features you would not expect to find on such a reasonably priced board. It has audio sync, MIDI, programmable chase effects, pile-on scenes, and blind-mode operation for live scene modification.
This console has 16 control channels with individual sliders and bump buttons, 128 maximum dimmer capacity, 128 memory scenes and 8 chases (32 steps each). Other slide controls include master level, audio level, chase, fade rates, and stack execute.
The MC6300 uses NSI's proprietory 3-pin microplex connections. An optional DMX512 5-pin port is available separately. Note to the Novice: This is a control board only. Dimmer pack(s) required, and not included.
Snapshot mode gives the user a two-scene operation by loading the current look into the autofader, allowing manual changes to be made for the next look.
The cue stack allows up to 128 memory scenes to be programmed in sequence with precise fade times between each memory scene.
Blind mode allows modification of lighting levels to be made without affecting the current look, or scene on stage.
Pile-on function allows memory scenes to be added to the current stage look.
Program lock can be activated to prevent unauthorized or accidental changes to recorded scenes or chases.
In the Box
NSI / Leviton Digital Controller Console - 16 Channels
NSI 128 channel Micro-plex (3-pin XLR male, female) port
MIDI in/out/through (5-pin DIN) port
Audio In (RCA -F) port
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NSI / Leviton 16 Channel Digital Controller Review