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SW1000XG or use the Kenton Plugstation as a stand alone Yamaha PLG card playback system      08/08/01

Kenton have now released their eagerly-anticipated Plugstation. This rackmounting unit allows you to control up to four Yamaha PLG synthesis cards simultaneously, either as a standalone module or with connection to an SW1000XG soundcard. Plugstation is available in four different configurations. The Standalone system includes a 4 x stereo 24-bit audio output card (also with ADAT output) to allow you to route each PLG card to individual outputs, and use Plugstation as a standalone tone module. The SW1000XG system lets you connect Plugstation to your SW1000XG soundcard and run four PLG cards, with audio sent to the soundcard's outputs. The Combined system combines the features of both the Standalone and SW1000XG systems, and the Complete system in addition makes it possible to send digital audio from your SW1000XG direct to Plugstation's audio outputs. PLG cards can be edited from Plugstation's front panel, PC/Mac or a Kenton Control Freak. Full software support is provided by XGPad, a software editor which can be downloaded from Furthermore, as Plugstation's operating system is flash upgradeable you can stay up to date with free downloads from the Kenton website
Standalone system
PLGSTN/Y £297.87 £350.00
SW1000XG system PLGSTN/X £212.77 £250.00
Combined system PLGSTN/XY £ 323.40 £380.00
Complete system PLGSTN/XYZ £361.70 £425.00
Separate ‘X’ card PLGSTN/CARD/X £25.53 £30.00
Separate ‘Y’ card PLGSTN/CARD/Y £127.66 £150.00
Separate ‘Z’ card PLGSTN/CARD/Z £55.32 £65.00
44 way cable
PLGSTN/LEAD/X £12.77 £15.00
Replacement PSU PLGSTN/PSU1 £21.28 £25.00


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