PreSonus Announces Power-Up StudioLive Upgrade Program

Save money when trading up to a new StudioLive AI-series digital mixer      16/04/14
PreSonus Announces Power-Up StudioLive Upgrade Program


PreSonus has announced Power-Up, a program that saves first-generation StudioLive digital mixer owners up to $1,200 when trading up to a new StudioLive AI-series Active Integration digital mixer. The offer starts on April 15 and ends on June 30, 2014. Here's the details in Presonus' own words...

Customers can save $500 for trading in a StudioLive 16.0.2, $800 for trading in a StudioLive 16.4.2, and $1,200 for trading in a StudioLive 24.4.2 when purchasing any StudioLive AI-series mixer.

To get the full trade-in discount, the old mixer must be in working condition and cosmetically acceptable. If not, PreSonus can repair the mixer, reducing the trade-in discount by the repair cost.

StudioLive AI-series mixers add major new features including:

  • Twice the Fat Channel processing on all input channels and buses, with A/B comparison
  • Easy-to-network wired or wireless control from a Mac®, PC, or iOS® device
  • Even better audio quality, thanks to the use of Studio One 64-bit mixing algorithms and Burr-Brown A/D/A converters
  • Twice as many effects processors: two stereo reverbs and two stereo delays on dedicated buses, each with 50 customizable presets
  • Global track and bus renaming across the network, including the mixer and all apps
  • Mixer scenes can be saved with Capture™® Sessions and opened and edited in Studio One® or VSL-AI
  • Smaart® audio analysis on every channel
  • Upgradeable network options: Thunderbolt®, Dante®, and AVB


Pricing and Availability:
The Power-Up offer is valid at all U.S. PreSonus dealers. Customers outside of the U.S. should contact their local distributor to ask about participation.

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