Make it happen with this sleek new control surface scaled just right for producing news and voiceovers. Like its bigger LX-24 cousin, the L-8 has all the latest goodies plus is hot swappable down to the individual fader.
This cousin to the popular LX-24 is big in capability but scaled for news production, voiceover work and all those applications requiring a solid control surface that will deliver under deadline. The L-8 is based on all the same design principles as the LX-24 – a precision-built, low-profile, tabletop IP control surface that offers assignable sources to any fader and with hot-swappable individual fader modules.
Each fader provides access to four stereo busses, a stereo cue bus, and its own individual Bus-Minus. An LED source name display, an A/B source selector, and one programmable soft button are also available, and a SET button provides access to assignable controls in the master section. Snapshots of the L-8’s configuration can be saved and recalled at the touch of a button, making setup for different working sessions a snap.
Darrin Paley introduces the L-8, from the show floor at NAB 2013. Video courtesy of BSW.
- Low-profile, tabletop form factor allows clear sight lines and requires no furniture cutouts
- Hot-swappable fader modules
- Four stereo busses
- Any source to any fader
- A/B dual input switching
- Bus-Minus (N-1) on each input channel
- Built-in class D headphone amplifier and level control
- Event preset recall
- Includes IP88CBL Console BLADE