Harman’s Studer is showcasing its Vista V digital mixing console, built around Studer’s Infinity Core. The new 52-fader Vista V is based on the same Quad Star technology as its predecessor the Vista X, but in a more compact footprint for smaller studios, OB trucks and large live productions. At the heart of the Vista V is the Infinity Core, which uses CPU-based processors to deliver 800+ audio channels and more than 5,000 inputs and outputs.
Harman’s Studer is also unveiling the Infinity 200 processing engine that drives the console. The Infinity 200 is designed for smaller facilities that require lower channel counts and full system redundancy. The Infinity 200 offers the same benefits of the original Infinity DSP Core, which is found in the Vista X console. The Infinity 200 enables up to 200 audio channels to be processed in a single CPU-based board.