• Soundcraft LX7ii
  • LX7ii manual

    The LX7ii desk gets its looks from the highly successful and popular MH3 and MH4 touring sound consoles, and includes a new frame, module ID graphics and end-cheeks, making the LX7ii not only easy to use but creating a system that will be the envy of professionals everywhere.

    Electronically, the LX7ii gains a new Soundcraft mic-preamp and EQ section, both designed by Soundcraft founder and electronics wizard Graham Blyth. Designated the GB30 Series, the new designs coincide with Soundcraft’s 30 year anniversary and the new 4-band EQ with swept mid sections is based on the highly-acclaimed EQ in the new MH3 and MH4 touring consoles.

    Standard features of the LX7ii include frame sizes up to 32 mono inputs and four stereo inputs/returns with four groups, main stereo output and a dedicated mono output for centre clusters. There are direct outputs on the first 16 inputs suitable for multitrack recording, and six auxes for flexibility for effects and foldback. The LX7ii mixes to seven outputs – four subgroups, plus the main Left, Right and Centre (Mono) mix outputs.

    The LX7ii continues in the tradition of the highly successful original LX7 in its applications in live performance PA, installed systems in churches, theatres and any similar application where a compact sized console needs to provide a large number of inputs and maximum output capability. Both recording and live applications are easily satisfied by the LX7ii.

    – 32 input channels
    – 48v phantom power switched in blocks of 4
    – 1/4″ line input jack for balanced or unbalanced instruments
    – GB30 padless mic provides up to +15dBu input capability
    – 18dB per octave highpass filter straight after preamp
    – Pre-fade, pre-EQ (but post highpass filter) insert point
    – Direct outputs on all but the last 8 channels
    – Premium mic pres
    – Enhanced, switching EQ section
    – 6 flexible aux sends
    – Pre-fader, post-EQ soloing
    – LED doubles as a peak indicator
    – Stereo input section
    – Group, master, and control room sections