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Solid State Logic XLogic X-Rack Details

Using identical circuit design and manufacturing to our Duality and AWS 900+ consoles, X-Rack is a modular rack system with Total Recall that delivers the classic SSL sound in a uniquely versatile form. Each X-Rack chassis holds up to eight modules in any configuration and there are a wide variety of modules on offer.

You could build a stunning SuperAnalogue front end for your recording system, with two different flavours of mic pre (SuperAnalogue and VHD), EQ, transparent dynamics and a powerful master section. Or create an SSL summing mixer with an ultra-pure analogue mix buss, using two different line input modules to achieve high channel counts or combine additional sources during mixdown to the legendary Stereo Bus Compressor. X-Rack delivers the very highest quality analogue recording and summing path and is the perfect configurable solution for studio or live applications.

The X-Rack chassis is a 4U 19" rack housing with a premium grade power supply, MIDI IN/OUT connections and a Mix Bus Link port that enables two X-Racks to be cascaded. The chassis also houses the Total Recall system with onboard capacity to store 32 system snapshots (the snapshots can also be stored as MIDI SysEX).

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  • 5
    SSL XRack Chassis

    Posted by Anonymous on Jun 3rd 2014

    If you have a large number of XRack modules you need an XRack chassis (or a bunch of Mynx racks).

    I had a pair of these with several Mic Pre's plus EQ's and Dynamics modules, with the Master Module and Line/Summing modules. There were no problems with the racks (these were the 2nd gen racks). Hooking up a pair was as simple as connecting a DB25 cable.

    The Total Recall feature is great, it has 32 memory locations and I would use it to save my settings at the end of each day, with each memory location number corresponding to the day of the month. (Never did use that number 32!)

    Also has MIDI capability (though I never used it) and can interface with other Solid State Logic equipment.