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Samson L1200 12-Channel/4-Bus Professional Mixing Console, 20Hz - 20KHz Frequency Response

SKU: SAL1200 MFR: SAL1200

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Product Highlights

  • XLR and 1/4" stereo main outputs
  • XLR mono subwoofer output
  • 60 mm faders on all channels, groups and main mix
  • 24-bit DSP with 100 preset effects
  • 9-band stereo graphic EQ on master output
  • 3 aux sends plus EFX send
  • Oversized backlit mute switches
  • Comes with rack-mount kit (rackears)
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About Samson L1200

The Samson L1200 12-Channel/4-Bus Professional Mixing Console expands on the success of Samson's L series sound reinforcement mixers. The L1200 delivers intuitive mixing and pristine audio quality for small clubs, houses of worship, bars, restaurants and more. A total of 12 input channels provide 8 mono and 2 stereo channels; all with balanced XLR microphone inputs.

Four bus outputs provide flexible routing to monitors, external recording devices, additional mixers, etc. In line with the Samson L series is the USB connection that enables direct audio integration with both Windows and Mac computers. Channel signals may be routed to the USB connection for completely different results between the stereo analog audio signal and USB audio signal.

Additional features include a 24-bit DSP effects processor with up to 100 variable presets and a 9-band graphic EQ for output signal contouring. The L1200 is more than suitable for touring bands, small PA applications, project recording and more.

Samson L1200 Features

  • 12-channel / 4-bus professional mixing console engineered for live sound
  • 8 mono mic/line channels with studio-quality microphone preamps and 3-band swept mid EQ
  • 2 stereo line channels with microphone preamps and 4-band EQ
  • XLR and 1/4" stereo main outputs
  • XLR mono subwoofer output with low-pass filter
  • Insert points for mono mic/line inputs, group outputs, stereo main outputs
  • 60 mm faders on all channels, groups and main mix
  • 24-bit DSP with 100 preset effects
  • 9-band stereo graphic EQ on master output
  • 3 aux sends plus EFX send
  • Assignable USB digital I/O for computer recording and playback
  • Oversized backlit mute switches
  • Two large 12-segment LED meters for main mix and PFL/Solo
  • Comes with rack-mount kit (rackears)

Samson L1200 Specifications

Maximum Output Level
+24dB(MAIN L/R) @10Kohm, +20dB(MAIN 2,GROUP,AUX/EFX) @10K ohm
+20dB(INSERT) @10K ohm More than 100mW(HEADPHONES) @33 ohm
T.H.D
<0.1% @+14dB 20Hz-20KHz (MAIN L/R,GROUP,AUX/EFX SEND) @10K ohm
Frequency Response
20Hz-20KHz,+1/-1dB(MIX L/R,GROUP,AUX/EFX SEND) @10K ohm
Hum and Noise Input
-128dBu: equivalent input noise ( Rs=150 ohm)
-95dBu: Residual noise (MAIN L/R, mono,MAIN 2,GROUP,AUX,EFX OUT)
-83dBu: MAIN,MONO,GROUP Master fader at nominal level and all channel fader Minimum
-76dBu: AUX Master control at nominal level and all channel control Minimum
Maximum Voltage Gain
74db Mic In To Main L/R, group, mono
66db Mic In To Aux (pre)
76db Mic In To Aux (post) / Efx Send
52.2db Mic In To Rec L/R
54db Line In To Main L/R, group, mono
46db Line In To Aux(pre)
56db Line In To Aux(post) / Efx Send
20db St In To Main L/R, mono
22db Tape In To Main L/R
Crosstalk (at 1KHz)
-70dB between input channels
-70dB between input/output channels (CH INPUT)
Gain Control(mono Input Channel)
44dB Variable (-50dB - -6dB),(-30dB - +14dB)
Gain (stereo Input CH)
40dB Variable (-20dB - +20dB), (-50dB - -10dB)
High Pass Filter
75Hz, 18dB/Octave
Input Channel Equalization MONO
HIGH:12KHz shelving ± 15dB
MID:100 - 8KHz shelving ± 15dB
LOW:80Hz shelving ± 15dB
Input Channel Equalization STEREO
HIGH:12KHz shelving ± 15dB
HI-MID:3KHz peaking ± 12dB
LO-MID:500Hz peaking ± 12dB
LOW:80Hz shelving ± 15dB
Graphic Equalizer
9 bands(63,125,250,500,1K,2K,4K,8K,16K) ±12dB maximum
LED Meters
12-point LED,PFL/SOLO
Internal Digital Effects
24 BIT DSP,100 selectable presets
FOOT switch (ON/OFF)
Channel Indicators
Peak: An indicator for each channel turns on when the pre-channel fader signal is 5dB below clipping.
Phantom Power
+48V DC
USB Bus Power
+5V DC 0.5A max USB A-TYPE FEMALE
Power Source/Power Consumption
AC 120V/230V/240V,50/60Hz
40W
Dimensions (W x D x H)
18.9 x 15.9 x 4.9'' / 480 x 403 x 124mm
Weight
16.74Ib.(7.6Kg)
Mfr #
SAL1200
SKU
SAL1200
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Jose R  How i can get all the sound controle on a computer?
ERIK P  On live boards with a USB output, there is typically a switch that determines whether the USB port is sending or receiving (they might make this distinction by calling it "Playback Monitoring" or something similar). Make sure that your USB port is sending. The port will most likely not be able to send and receive at the same time. From here all you have to do is make sure that your drivers on your computer are up-to-date, check all of your settings on the board and in your recording program to ensure that your recording program and board will communicate properly. The specific parameters for all of your settings should be listed in your manual for your recording program. Once all of that is done, start a project file and plug your instruments and/or microphones into the board. What type of project file (preset templates are listed for you when you start a new project) you choose will be determined by what your needs are for each individual project. You can always choose the "Blank Project" template and create, route, and label each track individually. I'd strongly recommend taking the time to label each of your tracks BEFORE you start recording; it makes things a lot easier when you go to do mixdown. After you've labeled the necessary tracks arm them. There will usually be a "button" on each track that has either "R" or "A" on it. Make sure that button is lit up on each of your desired tracks. On the main control panel of your recording program you'll see the standard play, rewind, fast-forward, stop, and record buttons. Press the record button. Whenever you're ready to start playing, press "Play". There may or may not be a count-in of one or two measures. You can find the controls for that in one of the drop-down menus.
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