For sale is a wheatstone tv1000 console 20 mono, 16 stereo channels plus 8 stereo groups and 4 master busses (crazy). This console was Wheatstone's top of the line analog console and the last large format analog desk they made (circa 1994) has been compared to an SSL. Each of the 20 mono input Channel's have 2 clean, and articulate preamps per Chanel and two mic inputs allowing you to choose between two discreetly different mics and preamp settings per channel which opens up a huge array of possibilities. Each channel has the same redundancy in the line inputs.
All mono and stereo input channels have fully sweepable precise parametric eq. All mono and stereo channels have inserts, 8 aux sends, buss assign, 2 line inputs with independent gain, metering, and much more. All16 stereo input channels do not have all the features of the mono channels (minus mic amps)plus the option of running as mono, stereo, or mid side (MS). This desk also has an in depth master section, an in depth monitor section, tone generator, talkback and much more including a bunch of broadcast specific features. The console also has 8 stereo subgroup masters, 4 stereo busses and way too many more features to describe.
There is also some sort of event computer that I never tried to configure or anything but it supposedly can be used for some sort of recall of some sort for complex broadcast situations. I never use them so I never bothered to calibrate them or service them.
Could be just a bulb replacement or could be something more. Included in the sale with the console are the power supply's, console legs/stand, manuals, schematics, and documentation.
The console is currently in temporary storage in Greenpoint Brooklyn. You will need to bring a few strong people to move this. It weighs a gazillion pounds and is about 8 or 9 feet long. You will also need to rent a uhaul for this.
It's not going to fit in a van. Google "four Foot studios sonic scoop" for a story written about my studio shortly before I had to close the doors. There are some good photos of the console in the story. You can find a PDF of the manual at the Wheatstone website.
It's worth looking at for all the features of the console. The item "Vintage analog 36 Chanel recording mixing console wheatstone tv1000 ssl style" is in sale since Saturday, August 17, 2019. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Pro Audio Equipment\Live & Studio Mixers". The seller is "glibgabe" and is located in Brooklyn, New York. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.