"The technology in the SD7 is light years ahead of any other product in the marketplace. With the proven DiGiCo touch interface, along with the built-in redundant engines, MADI ports, dynamic EQ and compression on every channel, 64 integrated stereo effects, a routing pool of 1392 connections and cool video interface, the SD7 is a world class console in every respect."
"The DiGiCo SD7 is the new state-of-the-art digital console and is unrivalled in its features and sound quality. Both our DiGiCo D5 Live FMX consoles will stay in our equipment inventory as they still have first class sound quality and have the complete acceptance of our international customers and artists, but we’re looking forward to taking the SD7 out on the road."
"After years of using one other particular brand of console I was reluctant to change, but I like the D5 and it sounds good. I love its size, I love the touch screen and I love the layout. I do not want to tempt fate, but I have not needed any customer support at all on this tour! In my past experience when working with Foo Fighters, I have had excellent service from a team of people that are genuinely interested in their product not only being successful but actually being liked, too. And I love the very English eccentricity about the people who work for DiGiCo."
"There is no other console which can even come close. I think the SD7 sounds remarkable. "
"The support that we have had from DiGiCo has been second to none. The SD7 and EX007 have given us the ability to push what we do and make this show better than ever before. They were working behind the scenes to help with the infrastructure and programming of it all and are always available at any time."
"Previously I have used other digital consoles, but they were not going to be big enough for this job. I also wanted to try a new product, so I chose the SD8 because of its expandability and its physically small size, as it needed to fit into front of house positions in a wide range of venue sizes - from Bath Theatre Royal at one extreme to the Liverpool Empire at the other."