Behringer's WING (BEH-WING) Digital Mixing Console uses intuitive controls, custom settings, and a large touch screen interface to enable fluid, easy workflows for sound technicians in live or studio applications. With the Wing, an emphasis has been placed on control of the source with parameters and identification tailored for specific instruments. WING input channels feature lo-cut and hi-cut filters, tilt-EQ, all-pass or Sound Maxer, in addition to the 6-band parametric EQ. Alternatively, WING offers 8 meticulous emulations of famous hardware equalizers for use in each and every channel, whenever you need that special vibe on your signals. With 374 inputs and 374 outputs, WING provides digital connectivity from 3 AES50 SuperMAC audio networking ports, a StageCONNECT ( up to 32 I/O channels from one XLR! ), 8x8 analogue connections, 48x48 channels of USB audio, and another 64x64 channels of Audio over IP (AoIP module optional). To wrangle all of these connections, Behringer designed an intuitive control interface, complete with tagging options, to manage sources with their actual purpose in mind. Networked remote control supports binary and OSC communication and allows console control from a distance. This is open to 3rd party application development in addition to Behringer's cross-platform app, WING CO-PILOT.
Features:for connecting digital stageboxes or sharing up to 144 input and 144 output streams with other mixing consoles
- 24 motorized 100 ㎜ faders in 3 separate, fully configurable sections
- "plug and play" remote i/o connectivity for up to 144 input and output signals over 3 AES50 ports
- Dual-SD card live recorder/player with up to 64 tracks
- 2 ethernet ports with integrated switch for networked remote control
- Built-in expansion port for optional audio interface cards or digital networking bridges, MADI* and ADAT/WC
Founded in 1982 by Uli Behringer, who was inspired by music and technology, the Behringer story developed from a "kitchen-table-startup" and grew to one of the largest pro-audio companies in the world.