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Midas Verona 8-bus mixing console

At LDI 2004 Midas showcased their first 8-bus console Verona which takes Midas into a market sector where previously the brand has been un-represented. Verona takes the concept of Midas' best-selling ultra-compact Venice to the next level, delivering more inputs, more features and Midas quality in a visually stunning package.
Designed from the ground up by the same team responsible for the industry-standard Heritage 3000, the Verona series comprises six models ranging from twenty-four up to sixty-four inputs. A brand new premium performance mic amp design with very high CMR performance provides noise-free connections and every mono channel offers highly accurate 4-band EQ. Equally suitable for touring and fixed installations, Verona's rigid chassis construction is designed for long-term reliability.
Verona is easily set up for either FoH 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, Verona is a hugely significant console for Midas. "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 scrambling to get their hands on one of these - 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 and roll to theatre 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."
Midas verona 8-bus console launched at winter NAMM 2004
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