What is the LiLo Mixer ?
The LiLo is a high-definition desktop analog line mixer for routing and blending your external gear. Short for Line-in/Line-out, the LiLo was designed as a "quiet-transparent" platform that allows you to build a mixing system using the gear you already own.
  Features
Two frame sizes:
   16 channel - with 32 inputs
   24 channel - with 48 inputs

Fully modular construction.

All balanced inputs, outputs, 
 and inserts.

Line Inputs-

   Each input channel has a
   selector for two line inputs,
   balanced inserts, 100mm
   slider, pan, L-R assign and
   group assigns, 4 aux sends,
   mute, in-place solo, and a
   balanced direct out.

Master Section-

    
With a 100mm stereo slider,
   masters, 2 track return, and
   two aux returns. A DAW
   return allows a workstation
   to be monitored at the LiLo
   mixer.

Transformer balanced mix
 outputs. Optional transformers
 on group outputs.

Input channels have
 configruation switches under
 panel for user customization.

Input Module Master Module Full View
Design Philosophy
One glance at the LiLo and you will realize that you are not looking at a conventional mixer.  The first thing you will notice is the minimalist layout of the LiLo.  This unpretentious design lacks mic preamps, equalizers, and is in short supply of knobs and switches.  In their place, we bring you a well-designed 16 or 24 channel mixer with unmatched signal routing, generous amounts of headroom, and a transparent signal path.
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The Lilo has been designed with the specific idea that you want to connect and mix your external gear and DAW without the limitations imposed by traditional recording consoles.
The In's & Out's
  Specifications
All audio inputs, outputs, and inserts are fully balanced and available on XLR and TRS connectors.

Connect the LiLo to virtually any line level source: balanced, unbalanced, transformer, or transformer-less. 

The  LiLo has high headroom that will handle balanced signals up to +28dBu. Balanced transformers are standard on the main outputs and are optional on other outputs.

Frequency Response (12 dB gain)
  
10Hz-30kHz (+0/-.5dB)

THD+n (Gain 12, Output +24dBu)
  
.0024%

Crosstalk (1kHz)
  
-100dBu (Channel to channel)
  -95dBu (Input to Mix out, channel muted)
  -89dBu (Input to Mix out, channel fader off)

Noise (22Hz-22kHz)
  
-102dBu (Residual output noise)
  -81dBu (16 channels routed, faders up)
  -84dBu (16 channels routed, faders off)
  -90dBu (16 channels routed, faders off,
   and muted)

Maximum input level
  
+28dBu

Maximum output level
  
+28dBu at active outputs
  +24dBu at transformer outputs

Output Impedance
  
60 Ohms (All Active-balanced outputs)
  600 Ohms (All Xformer-balanced outputs)

Dimensions (16 channel mixer)
  
WxDxH=28.6" x 24.6" x 10"
  (725mm x 625mm x 254mm)
Dimensions (24 channel mixer)
  
WxDxH=40.5" x 24.6" x 10"
  (1030mm x 625mm x 254mm)
Dimensions (External supply)
  
WxDxH=7" x 17" x 5.5"
  (178mm x 432mm x 140mm)

Shipping Weight (16 channel)
  
64 Lbs (29kg)
Shipping Weight (24 channel)
  
85 Lbs (38kg)
Shipping Weight (External supply)
  
23 Lbs (10kg)

The Designer
The LiLo is the work of Vince Poulos, the designer and owner of Speck Electronics. Speck Electronics has been producing quality professional audio products for over 40 years.  Founded in 1973, Speck Electronics has consistently provided innovations in audio products for all segments of professional recording and touring.  Other products include the X.Sum rack mixer, the ASC and ASC-V equalizers, and MicPre 5.0 preamp.

LiLo is an exclusive Trademark of Speck Electronics.