The CMS3 mixers are marketed strongly on the quality of their audio path and processing, and their flexible feature set. My first impression — even before plugging it in — was that the CMS was going to be an easy board to work with. Quick Tour The CMS has six fully featured mono channels, which are laid out in traditional fashion, with the XLR input connectors on the top panel. All three bands operate smoothly and, for me, in exactly the right places. The amount of overlap between the three EQ regions also feels just right.
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By integrating a high-quality mixer, two digital effects processors of studio grade, a graphic equalizer and also a professional digital interface to PC or Mac, the CMS mixers represent the ideal solution for a large number of demanding applications in the audio sector. The mixing section starts with 10 lowest noise, discrete microphone preamps.
The two effects processors offer factory presets, including the already legendary PowerMate-reverbs. A TAP key allows precise setting of delay times. Further, each preset can be edited and stored to 20 User memories. An additional MIDI interface allows integration of instruments, such as keyboards. A license for Steinbergs Cubase software is part of the package. The 11 band stereo graphic equalizer can be routed flexible to master or monitor channels. For dark environments an optional gooseneck light can be connected.
All faders are dust protected and not least the balanced XLR outputs for master and monitor underline the professional approach. Optional a very robust cover lid with an integrated handle is available. A solution that offers optimal protection for the device as well as greater carrying comfort without the need of adding a large, heavy flight case.
Dynacord CMS 1000-3