The V276 on MAC lighting and media control console continues the Vx76 line’s use of cutting-edge software; sleek hardware; highly functional graphical user interface; and a range of powerful features—all in a compact package—making it a perfect addition to the Vx76 control console range. The V276 is a cost and size efficient introduction to the Vx76 console family that still allows for operation of complex shows. In creating a small and compact control console, PRG has responded to programmers and technicians who need a compact, yet powerful control option that will control both lighting and media with ease. The V276 is also very approachable for a wide range of programmers, especially for newer programmers who are just starting out.
Paired with any user-supplied Apple® Mac computer for processing, the V276 control surface gives programmers and designers an unexpected amount of powerful control in such a small footprint by offering many of the functionality and features of the larger Vx76 range of consoles. The hardware interface of the compact V276 includes six encoders and 10 submasters. It generates four universes of DMX protocol and eight universes of Art-Net protocol directly from the console. The control console also works with SMPTE, MIDI, and remote triggers.
For expanded control of media, the V276 can be easily paired with the Mbox® Studio or Mbox Designer software packages for a versatile and cost-effective means of controlling both lighting and media on one computer-based console. The V276 uses the same software as the rest of the Vx76 range including the powerful Media Display for displaying media server content.
The V276 offers an easily transported yet powerful option for designers and programmers looking for a compact control solution without compromising functionality.