The Diary

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Read the latest review of our ARTHUR Format 48 modular mixer by German online magazine Amazona …


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Schertler Group introduces ROY and TEDDY at Musikmesse / Prolight & Sound. 
New flagship combo and compact stage monitor added to Swiss manufacturer’s expanding portfolio

This year’s Frankfurt Musikmesse / Prolight & Sound provides a launchpad for the Schertler Group’s latest products
as ROY and TEDDY are added to the company’s regularly expanding portfolio.

ROY is Schertler’s new top-of-the-range combo amplifier for acoustic instruments. 
The 400W, 7-channel amp provides a powerful yet lightweight system that is perfect for both stage and studio. 
ROY includes 4 input channels with various mic / instrument combinations, s (as on a professional mixer), 3-band EQ and phantom power; 
an additional unbalanced instrument input channel; a stereo input channel for playback devices and an FX return / additional input channel. 
ROY has the same hi-end Class A preamp found in other Schertler amplifiers. 
Its Master section features both a digital reverb and a new digital Multi-Effect (on a separate bus), as well as DI/Line/Aux Outs and a headphone preamp.

Specially developed for theatre and concert sound applications, TEDDY is Schertler’s new 200W compact stage monitor. 
Its “low profile” design is ideal for edge-of-stage use without impeding audience views. 
TEDDY features a coaxial speaker for constant sound directivity, with a specific inclination angle that makes it ideal for both standing and seated performances. 
For more extensive stage coverage, several units can be chained together using XLR input and output connectors - all connected to the same signal path.
An intuitive control panel includes a single Sensitivity knob for adjusting the signal level from -9dB to +6dB (enabling finer regulation of the signal sent from the mixer), 
an EQ switch with two pre-shaped curves and a Ground Lift switch.

Following its 2016 release, Schertler’s ARTHUR modular mixer returns to Frankfurt with several new modules. 
ARTHUR offers both audio professionals and performing musicians a mixer that they can configure and build to suit specific recording and live sound requirements. 
Additions to the current range of input and output modules include the Multiple in (4 line channels) unit, 
a new Sub Group Class A summing amp and a Spring (reverb) Unit. 
The latter is designed for use both as an ARTHUR module and as a stand-alone reverb.

Other more established products making a return to Frankfurt include Schertler’s TIM and TOM compact portable PA systems 
and the UNICO 250W acoustic amplifier, whose 10” woofer and optimized bass reflex construction makes it ideal for a range of acoustic instruments and as a crossover amp for electric guitars.

Visit the Schertler Group in Hall 8.0, Stand H95 and in Hall 4.1, Stand A28.


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A sneak preview of our latest tests on the ARTHUR Format 48 Spring Reverb with digital delay. 
This unique device can either be used as an Arthur mixer module, or as a stand-alone unit. Coming soon …


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Here’s the ARTHUR mixer we’ve just configured and sent to Chick Corea. It's intended as his personal mixer for directly managing his stage sound. 
All his keyboards will run through the new SUBGROUP module to Front of House. 
The remaining seven channels will accommodate all the other instruments, enabling Corea to create his own monitor mix that includes the keys. 




Dear Sound Enthusiast,

Welcome to our first issue of “THE DIARY”, a periodic news roundup that informs you of Schertler’s latest activities, briefs you on new products,
invites you behind the scenes and lets you enjoy videos and musical performances from our ambassadors around the globe.

Please email us with any questions or suggestions:  Yours

sincerely, Stephan Schertler