The API Virtual Console Experience:
More Than Just a Demo
Designed to allow customers the opportunity to determine which API console is the best fit for their studio, API's popular Virtual Console Experience is an easy and convenient way to explore your interest in a 2448, 1608-II, or The BOX® console from the comfort of your own home or office. Conducted live from API headquarters and professionally streamed using multiple cameras, our product specialists will guide you through your VCE by providing an in-depth overview of your preferred console, demonstrating its features, and of course answering your specific questions. The entire Experience is custom-tailored to your needs.
Scheduling a Virtual Console Experience is easy!
Simply follow the link below and let us know what console you're interested in. Once submitted, a product specialist will contact you to determine which Virtual Console Experience is right for you.
API's Virtual Console Experience offers:
• A free, in-depth online demonstration of the 2448, 1608-II, or The BOX® consoles
• A personalized, in-depth overview of features and benefits
• A high quality, multiple-camera set up for up close explanations
• Final Touch Automation® demonstrations
• An easy, no obligation way to get the answers you need from trained API professionals!
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My studio is changing dramatically over the next while. I have been looking at doing one of these. I am particularly interested in the BoxII.
Very cool, Paul! If I was upgrading my studio, I would definitely be looking at The Box 2 as well. If you go this route, I cannot wait to hear your experiences. So glad to hear your business is going well and allows you to be considering something like that.
Being said, for your particular A/V workflow, why in comparison to what you are using now?
Currently I am using 2 D&R modular consoles that give me 40 inputs and a bunch out great routing options. I like the sound of it however it has seen better days and I am not that interested in putting in the time or money to get it back to perfect working order. I may decide to downsize it to 16 input channels and 16 separate output channels. I need a pretty simple work flow now as much of what I do is fully ITB. I do miss firing up all my channels and making an enormous analog mix. It is not practical for me now that I am fully invested in video land. The box II hits the sweet spot of what I need, is much smaller and I love the sound of API stuff.