The Soundcraft FX16ii mixer
uses the same AudioDNA processor featured in many of the Digitech and Lexicon outboard equipment including the highly respected Lexicon MX500 processor. With over 35 years of experience, the Lexicon name is among top creators of reverb and processing equipment in the business, ensuring the finest quality effects not usually found in a console at this price level.
The Soundcraft FX16ii offers a combination of powerful live and recording features; each channel has a Direct Output that is individually switch-able pre- or post-fader to enable use with 16-track recording systems. The Lexicon effects work just as well in the live as well as the recording environment with a tap tempo function, 3 parameter controls, user effects settings storability, effects clip LED, and 32 powerful and editable effects to choose from.
The use of the latest PCB surface-mount technology means that the Soundcraft FX16ii fits all of these features into a rugged, compact frame which can be optionally rack-mounted into a 10U space via Soundcraft FX16ii’s rotating connector pod which allows cables to be connected conveniently behind the rack and save rack space.
Applications: Live Sound: bands, small venues, clubs, conferences, schools, houses of worship Studio Recording: digital/analogue multi-tracking (8 or 16 track), small/home studios, pre-/post-production
- 26 inputs
- 16 mono microphone channels
- 4 stereo returns
- 4-bus architecture, with sub-group routable to mix
- Built-in 24-bit Lexicon digital effects processor
- 32 FX settings
- Tap tempo
- 3 FX parameter adjust rotaries
- User FX settings store function
- Direct outputs for multi-track recording individually switch-able for pre-post-fade operation
- Inserts on all mono channels
- Inserts on stereo mix output
- Classic Soundcraft 3-band EQ with swept mid-band
- Stereo 18dB/octave 100Hz high-pass filter
- Dual-global 48V phantom power split channels 1-8 and 9-16
- Channel mute control
- 10-segment tri-colored metering
- Two sub-group outputs
- Separate mono sum output