Analog Soundboard

Consider the Toft Audio Designs ATB-32A (retails at $7750.00) an analog sound board designed by Malcom Toft. Mr. Toft is well known as the original designer of the Trident Series 80 console. Over the years, the Trident Series 80 console has been praised for its excellent quality, pristine accuracy, and most of all its equalizer. Recently the Trident Series 80 has been redesigned by the original designer and the end result is the new Toft ATB Series Console. This new analog sound board packs the same powerful equalizer as its predecessor, and it is regarded as one of the best sounding equalizers on the market today.

In fact, this analog sound board went through a grueling series of tests to meet Toft’s rigorous standards and for this reason it is trusted and used by some of the best engineers and producers around the world.

The Toft ATB-32 A is ideal for a professional studio with limited space. It features a master control section only seen in more expensive, high-end recording consoles. You will also find super accurate meters, a wide range of routing capabilities, and talkback function to the mix down section. In addition, the Toft ATB-32A has the following features:

  • 32 premium channel strip modules
  • 8 mix busses with outputs
  • Direct Outs on every channel
  • Inline Monitoring for every input channel strip
  • Additional 8 Monitor Returns in Group Section

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