MagicQ MQ200 Pro 2014
• 64 Universes
• 34 Full Playbacks
• 2 External High Resolution Monitor Outputs
• In-built Ethernet Switch
• In-built UPS
• Solid State Drive
• Complete Console Solution
The MagicQ MQ200 Pro 2014 provides an immensely powerful control console in a compact size. Ideal for both pre-programmed and unstructured shows, the MQ200 Pro 2014 is the console of choice for controlling lighting, video and LED in a touring environment.
The 34 physical playback controls are split into three different sections. Each section has separate page controls, enabling selection of different pages for different fixture types, e.g. generics, moving heads, LED or media servers. Individual channel timing, fully configurable FX, and on screen cue editing enables total artistic freedom. The on screen windows enable instant access to palettes, range information and FX for those moments when busking is required.
The MagicQ Pro 2014 series is the third generation of MagicQ Consoles, featuring the familiar and flexible GUI lighting control, media server connectivity options and in-built media server for Pixel Mapping. MagicQ Pro 2014 utilizes the same software and show formats as all other MagicQ consoles enabling compatibility between all products in the MagicQ range.
MagicQ Pro 2014 pushes the boundaries with a massive 64 universes, all controlled and processed on-board without a need for external network processors. 32768 channels in a compact package, proven to run at full speed with all channels fully patched, there really is no similarly packaged console that can sustain this performance. MagicQ supports ArtNet and Pathport protocols and ACN Streaming DMX. In additional there are 4 fully patchable direct DMX outputs on the rear panel.
MagicQ Pro features an in-built high speed Ethernet Switch, with 4 separate high durability metal Neutrik Ethercon locking connectors on the rear panel enabling easy and reliable networking. As with the rest of the MagicQ console, the Ethernet Switch is protected by the UPS, thus ensuring that both the console and the network switch maintain operation even during power loss.