Solid State Logic Matrix2 - SuperAnalogue Summing Console/Hardware Control Surface

Solid State Logic Matrix2 - SuperAnalogue Summing Console/Hardware Control Surface

Solid State Logic Matrix2 - SuperAnalogue Summing Console/Hardware Control Surface

B&H # SO729940X2 MFR # 729940X2
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Product Highlights

  • 40-Input
  • 16 Analog Line Channels
  • 2 Inputs per Channel
  • "In Line'"DAW monitoring
  • 5.1 Surround Support
  • Stereo Digital I/O
  • Single Switch for Analog/DAW Control
  • Control 4 DAWs Simultaneously
  • Digital Scribble Strips
  • Programmable Hardware Buttons
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  • 1Description

The Matrix2 from Solid State Logic is combination console/controller designed for use in a hybrid production studio, and is an effective solution for those who wish to incorporate the sonic advantages of SSL summing and a collection of boutique analog microphone preamps and processors into a DAW-centric studio. The console/controller is fully capable of integrating monitors, workstations, and outboard gear for a smooth workflow.

The analog side of unit combines a forty input SuperAnalogue summing mixer, along with fully featured monitor switching and talkback, and a built-in "Insert Router" which allows for single or chains of analog outboard processors to be inserted quickly and easily. With a single button push, the 16 + 1 fader hardware control surface switches from controlling the analog signal path to functioning as a comprehensive multi-layer DAW control surface.

Summing Console
  • Sixteen analog line channels with two inputs per channel
  • 32 x 16 x 16 "Insert Router" for up to sixteen external hardware processing devices
  • Hardware processors can be inserted via console controls or cross-platform drag and drop software browser
  • Hardware processors can be inserted individually or as "chains"
  • Stereo auxiliary send and four mono sends per channel
  • Four stereo returns with full stereo mix bus routing
  • Dual stereo mix busses with summing inserts and reassign
  • Artist monitor output with independent EQ and monitor source selection
  • "In Line" DAW monitoring with "SuperCue" headphone mode
  • Stereo or 5.1 external monitor inputs
  • Stereo or 5.1 external monitoring outputs with independent main and mini monitor control
  • Stereo digital I/O (S/PDIF, AES/EBU) with SSL converter technology
  • iJack front panel monitor input
  • Heavy duty external power supply
Hybrid Hardware Control Surface
  • Single button push flips control between the analog signal path and DAW software
  • Simultaneous multi-layer control of up to four DAWs
  • Digital scribble strips for constant visual feedback
  • Sixteen channel strips, each with a motorized fader and assignable rotary encoder
  • Additional motorized "Focus" fader for simultaneous DAW/Console control
  • Fader linking for analog channels
  • Programmable hardware buttons for sending of standard USB keyboard commands
  • Total recall for analog console controls
  • General purpose MIDI controller mode
  • A-FADA or MIDI Fader automation
  • Ethernet MIDI connectivity
Cross-Platform "Logictivity" Remote Browser Interface
  • Intuitive cross-platform remote browser for system configuration and project management
  • Simple drag and drop insert router page for configuring hardware device chains and loading inserts
In the Box
Solid State Logic Matrix2 - SuperAnalogue Summing Console/Hardware Control Surface
  • External Power Supply
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Electrical Characteristics Performance
    Headroom: <+26 dBu @ 1 kHz (<1% THD)

    Line In to Direct Out
    Frequency Response: +/-0 dB at 20Hz, +0/-0.1 dB at 20 kHz, -1 dB at 80 kHz
    Noise: <-89 dBu (20 Hz to 22 kHz)
    THD: <0.002% @ 1 kHz (+24 dBu, 22 kHz filter)

    Line to Aux Bus Out
    Frequency Response: +/-0 dB at 20 Hz, +0/-0.1 dB at 20 kHz
    Noise: <-93 dBu (no channels routed), <-76dBu (all channels routed, faders at 0dB)
    THD: <0.002% @ 1 kHz (+24 dBu, 22 kHz filter)

    Line to Mix/Rec Bus Out
    Frequency Response: +/-0 dB at 20 Hz, +0/-0.1 dB at 20 kHz
    Noise: <-89 dBu (no channels routed), <-77.5 dBu (all channels routed, faders at 0 dB, pan at center)
    THD: <0.002% @ 1 kHz (+24 dBu, 22 kHz filter)
    Digital I/O Test conditions (unless otherwise specified): Input test signal is a 1 kHz sine wave; measurement bandwidth is 22 Hz to 22 kHz, signal level is -1 dB FS)
    Stereo ADC
    Source selectable between Mix bus, Record bus and Monitor (pre level control) signals
    Connections: S/PDIF (TOSLink optical) and AES-3 (male XLR) - signal available on both connectors at all times
    Sample Rate: Locks to selected digital input up to a maximum sample rate of 192 kHz (in the absence of a valid digital input defaults to 48 kHz)
    Dynamic Range: Typically 113 dB A-weighted, 111 dB unweighted, 108 dB unweighted worst case
    THD: <0.0015%
    0 dB FS: Switchable between +18 dBu and +24 dBu

    DAC
    Connections: Source selectable from Matrix front panel between S/PDIF (TOSLink optical) and AES-3 (female XLR) inputs
    Sample Rate: 32 kHz to 192 kHz
    Dynamic Range: Typically 116 dB A-weighted, 111 dB unweighted, 109 dB unweighted worst case
    THD: < 0.001%
    0 dB FS: Switchable between +18 dBu and +24 dBu
    Other Heat Dissipation
    Console: 130 W (approximately)
    Power Supply: 45 W (approximately)

    Noise
    Console: None, fanless
    Power Supply: None, fanless
    Power Requirements 100~240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (+/-10%)
    Dimensions (WxDxH) Console: 37.2 x 28.5 x 9" (946 x 724 x 228 mm)
    Power Supply: 4.2 x 12.1 x 8" (106 x 306 x 202 mm)
    Weight Console: 55.1 lb (25 kg)
    Power Supply: 11 lb (5 kg)

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