Tracking / non-tracking option
Fixture, FX and Gel Library
In-built Fixture Editor
Fixture Morphing & Cloning
Powerful PC/Mac Show Editor
Rainbow colour picker (CMY, RGB, HSI)
Individual fade times on any channel
Easy fanning of parameters and times
Configurable faders – HTP, LTP, speed, size, masters
Theatre mark cues, split fades and inhibit masters
Architectural Zoning and Day/Date support
Number of fixtures: Up to 2048
Cue stacks: 2000
Numbers of shows: Virtually unlimited
Rear panel USB ports: 4
Audio input (1 channel, 7 band): Yes
Network ports: 1
Display ports: 1 VGA (fixed resolution 1024×768, non touch)
Desk lamp: 1 dual colour
Dust cover: 1
Power input: 110 to 240 VAC
Width: 525mm (20.7″)
Depth: 385mm (15.2″)
Height: 140mm (5.5″)
Weight: 6.5kg (14.3lb)
Width: 600mm (23.6″)
Depth: 520mm (20.5″)
Height: 240mm (9.5″)
Weight: 15kg (33lb)
The MQ40N is designed as a low cost DMX only console with a simplified user interface making it extremely easy to use – ideal for installations, clubs, schools, and small venues.
Unlike the MQ60 and MQ80, the MQ40 is fixed to 4 DMX universes.
The MQ40N has one network port supporting ArtNet, ACN, Pathport, network connection to MagicVis and MagicHD, MagicQ multiwindows (for more windows) and MagicQ Android/iOS app via external router. It does not support Net Sessions, remote control from other MagicQ systems, net connection to 3rd party media servers or 3rd party visualisers, CERP, ChamNet or Net Wing Mode. The original MQ40 has no network port.
In order to keep the settings simple the MQ40N supports a limited number of additional MagicQ USB wings and interfaces – just the MagicQ Extra Wing Compact and the MagicQ Playback Wing. It does not support the MagicQ Execute Wing, the MagicQ MIDI/SMPTE interface, the MagicQ Audio Interface or the MagicQ Dual DMX Interface. Note that the MQ40N does have internal audio support.
Unlike the MQ60 and MQ80 the MQ40N does not have an inbuilt UPS.