DiGiCo Digital Mixing Consoles
Digital Consoles

World Class Digital Consoles

Designed for live Sound, broadcast and theatre applications

Since the inception of DiGiCo in 2002, we have developed a simple system approach for our products. This incorporates an integrated audio engine, operating system and dual power supplies combined within the console worksurface, a digital snake and remote control studio quality pre amps. This increases reliability and alleviates the need for multiple, complex connections. DiGiCo is famed for utilising the latest digitally driven touch screen technology providing a clear and instantly tactile user interface.



Put a rocket in your DiGiCo console

DiGiCo's range of mixing consoles already sets the world standard. The implementation of a Stealth Core 2 upgrade will take take them into the stratosphere. Über-friendly in use, a Stealth Core 2 upgrade delivers even a barrage of enhancements that will keep your investment safe well into the future.


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I expect a lot from DiGiCo consoles and I knew I was not going to be disappointed.

James Gebhard - FOH Engineer - Circa Waves

I was up at Eighth Day Sound for 4 days to work on prepping the FOH control for the second leg. They had an SD7 there for me to try. On my first day, the current tour console was not available, so I spent the whole day playing with the SD7. On listening back to the multi-tracks through the SD7, they sounded great. Remember, I had just spent the previous week listening to the tracks on one particular show, so I had become very familiar with how they sounded, but through the SD7, they sounded way different, with no EQ, HPF or LPF, the tracks sounded open, crystal clear, with a nice tight defined low-end and I had not even started doing anything.

Garry Brown - FOH Engineer - Phish

The SD7 is a super-fast and really intuitive console. Smart guys there at DiGiCo!

Robert Cubby Colby - FOH Engineer - Juanes

I only use DiGiCo consoles, so I will be using my SD7, while our monitor engineer John Shearman will be taking his SD10 on stage. There is nothing else that works for me at this point and they are still the best sounding live console there is.

Jon Lemon - FOH Engineer - Smashing Pumpkins

This desk sounds phenomenal. It is so clean and the EQ is incredibly accurate. I can not see myself using anything else for a long time.

Zito - FOH Engineer - One Republic

We had two desks at FOH in the space they had allowed for the single analog desk. Having inputs and outputs at both the FOH and stage is much more of a necessity than a convenience for me. Working specifically with the SD8, I found that, with the engines and processing built within the work surface, it was loaded with features - and provided enough I/O locally without me having to dig for TRS adaptors.

Paul Smith - Visual Horizon Communications
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