Harrison S12 Remote Controller Detail
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usedHarrison Harrison Series 12

Hybrid mixing console from Harrison
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This is a used Harrison Series 12 console for sale. It was installed in 2005 in a private non smoking mixing studio and has been carefully maintained since. All the analogue channels were recapped in 2013, and the channels PSU were replaced with big linear PSUs (one PSU for each rack of 16 channels, so 4 in total).

The console gives you :

48 mono channels
4 stereo channels (so 56 total)
8 aux sends
24 mixing busses and 2 stereo master/program busses.
The console is full surround ready, with up to 7.1 panning.
Every channel has an expander/gate, a compressor, 4 bands full parametric EQ and a pair of filters.
8 great sounding remote controlled Harrison Mic Preamps,
Everything, I mean everything is save/recallable and automatable.

Here’s how the system is organized :

The remote control desk/panel which has :

24 motorized faders linked to ch 1-24,
8 motorized faders controlling 4 layers for ch 25 to 56,
4 remote/VCA group faders (plus you can configure 4 of the …

This is a used Harrison Series 12 console for sale. It was installed in 2005 in a private non smoking mixing studio and has been carefully maintained since. All the analogue channels were recapped in 2013, and the channels PSU were replaced with big linear PSUs (one PSU for each rack of 16 channels, so 4 in total).

The console gives you :

48 mono channels
4 stereo channels (so 56 total)
8 aux sends
24 mixing busses and 2 stereo master/program busses.
The console is full surround ready, with up to 7.1 panning.
Every channel has an expander/gate, a compressor, 4 bands full parametric EQ and a pair of filters.
8 great sounding remote controlled Harrison Mic Preamps,
Everything, I mean everything is save/recallable and automatable.

Here’s how the system is organized :

The remote control desk/panel which has :

24 motorized faders linked to ch 1-24,
8 motorized faders controlling 4 layers for ch 25 to 56,
4 remote/VCA group faders (plus you can configure 4 of the channel faders to become remote/VCA faders),
a complete centered channel control panel with lots of encoders and LED screens (jumps to any channel when you touch its fader), so you never have to leave the monitoring sweet spot while adjusting EQ/Comp/Etc.,
2 master faders with a pair of bargraph Vu meters,
Full analog monitoring controls (full surround capable, as the whole console is up to 7.1 ready) along with a talkback mic input and gain.
A touchscreen mimicking the whole console, plus save/recall, channel naming, automation save/recall, etc.

The Channels Rack : This holds the analog cards for every channels and the 4 master PGM channels (so you also get EQ and dynamics on the master bus!).

The Monitor/ Mic Preamp Rack : holds the crosspoint router used by the monitoring matrix, and the cards with the 8 mic preamps (I think some additional preamps might be added if wanted, but this would need to be discussed directly with Harrison)

The big Power Supplies Rack : it’s a full height rack tower, but only half of it is used by the PS’s, so there’s space left for computers, converters, etc. It holds one PSU for the remote desk, and 4 linear PSU’s for the channel rack.

The Small rack and the Mac : this small rack has a platform on top of it with the MacIIVx sitting on it. The mac essentially provides code to every element on startup, feeds the touchscreen graphics, and stores the snapshots and automation files. I’ve used the small rack to house a UPS and the mic pre and monitoring power supplies (but these PS’s could be put in the big rack too).

All of these elements are connected together by a high speed serial network, and are designed so that only the remote control desk has to be in the control room, with everything else being in a technical locker with aircon.

The audio connections are on the back of the channels rack, and use ribbon connectors. The console uses special crimped subD25 connectors at the other end of the ribbons, and then used subD25 to subD25 or XLR looms to go to and from the AD/DA converters and outboards. But I also have a number of IDC to Cannon DL Zif adapters specially built by Harrison, if one would prefer this as a mean to interface the console with his/her studio. Anyhow, these ribbon connectors are very easy to get for cheap (one of them connects as many as 8 channels). See this page for the connectors fitting the on the channels racks side and here for D-Sub connectors. They are very easy to crimp on the ribbon cables (I have and will give the simple special tool to do it).

The console comes with its complete documentation and schematics, and various spares.

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