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Articles May-June 2021

Pursuing the Pro Audio Trail

In conversation with Caroline Moss and Sue Gould

PT got in touch with the Pro AVL Asia magazine core team of Editor - Caroline Moss and Sales Director - Sue Gould, who between them boast of over three decades of experience in the pro audio industry..... read more

NJSM Marks a Milestone in the Business of Sound

From Rental Company to manufacturer and innovator, Nixon Johnny has guided and grown NJSM from a two-person company to a fifty-person company, continuing to expand into virtual events with NJSM Virtual Studio..... read more

Tech Savvy Environment for T-Systems

Eyte Technologies installs high-tech AV Solution at T-System’s Experience Center facilitating brand value and delivering superior customer experience..... read more

Conversations with SudeepAudio

Sudeep Audio, one of India’s first pro audio web store selling studio software and equipment online commenced its YouTube Channel, ConverSAtions, in 2011 to share the journey of Indian Sound Engineers..... read more


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ChamSys MagicQ MQ70 Console Debuts at LDI




ChamSys will debut its MQ70 Console at the upcoming LDI 2019. The MagicQ MQ70 will offer a new level of mobility to designers and programmers. Introduced first at PLASA 2019, the MQ70 is trim, lightweight, and can fit into a carry on size luggage.

The MagicQ MQ70 supports 24 universes of ArtNet/sACN natively, with an option to expand this to 48 time-coded directly from the console (with a paid upgrade). The console features a 10.1” multi-touch display, along with illuminated fader and encoder tracks. 

The MagicQ MQ70 also has an in-built WiFi that makes it easy to connect to the ChamSys MagicQ Remote Focus application by simply scanning the QR Code on screen. MIDI input and outputs, as well as LTC time code input, are inbuilt, allowing easy integration with show control and time-coded shows. 

An inbuilt UPS protects the MagicQ MQ70 in the event of a power failure. Since the console consumes less power, it requires no cooling fan hence operating silently which becomes a critical feature for theatrical, broadcast, and corporate show applications.

Since MagicQ MQ70 runs on the same software as other MagicQ consoles, it can accept shows programmed on them within the universe limits. 

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