SSL Live. L300Smaller but still mighty.

Local IO

L300 Local I/O

Convenience and Connectivity.

L300 is equipped with a fully featured collection of Input and Output connectivity with the capacity to serve both Front of House and Monitor applications. L300 provides a versatile collection of local I/O built into the control surface so can operate without the use of any Stageboxes if required and has good connectivity for local peripherals when used in a pure FOH role. SSL Live consoles feature auto detection so identify any SSL Live I/O connected within the software routing pages.

L300 local analogue I/O configuration; 14 mic/line inputs, 2 dedicated Talkback mic/line inputs, 12 line outputs, 4 Headphone/Monitor outputs. AES/EBU digital I/O configuration: 4 pairs of inputs and 4 pairs of outputs. AES/EBU I/O has fully variable sample rate conversion. Standard MADI port configuration: 3 redundant pairs of coaxial and 1 redundant pair of optical. If redundancy is not required, these connections can be independent, providing a maximum of eight ports. In addition there is a separate optical MADI port (out/in), designed for use as an ‘FX Loop’ for connecting an external FX processing such as a system using Waves Multirack or a VST effects host. The standard configuration has no SSL Blacklight II connectors but there is an option to add one redundant pair. A Dante card option is also available offering 32x32 channels of I/O at 96 kHz (or 64x64 channels at 48kHz) over a redundant Dante connection. The back panel also accommodates connectors for MIDI, LTC, Wordclock and GP I/O. A 2nd redundant power supply is standard.