Hux Electronics : Gallery 2
Following is a varied collection of pictures of equipment (and some people). I have forgotten to take pictures of most things and many of the older photos that I have are filed away in forgotten places. Most of the stuff shown here has been repaired, installed, operated or otherwise just droolled over by Warren Huck and/or Hux Electronics. I will post more images here when I get them. I repair and/or install a wide range of pro audio stuff, the following is only a small sample.
A flashback in time (Warren at the wheel), Hermansburg Country and Western Festival 1985, about half way through a (long and very cold) 24 hour day, back in the days of double 4-way PA systems with ACT-W bins, 4560 mid boxes, horns and JBL rings etc.
Midas Legend 3000 console, CLC 30th birthday concert, Alice Springs, October 2004.
Warren at work, CLC 30th birthday concert, Alice Springs, October 2004.
Hux Electronics, the end of a another day at the office.
Sound Workshops Series 34 console at COTAH, Southbank TAFE, Brisbane, only half of the console is shown, serviced by Hux
Otari MTR-90-III 2" 24 track machine at COTAH, Southbank TAFE, Brisbane. This photo was taken half way through a complete realignment after having the heads re-lapped, a great machine to work on. Jan 2005, serviced by Hux.
Amek TAC SR-9000 40 channel console (ex Sydney Opera House), Mueller College, Brisbane. This is a beast and was Amek's high end live console when it was built. Fully transformer balanced for all inputs and outputs and inserts, 8 VCA groups, 16 sub groups, 16 aux sends, 8 matrix outputs, onboard patchbay. Weighs a ton, not the sort of console to move around much.. restored and serviced by Hux.
Amek TAC SR-9000 20 channel console (ex Sydney Opera House), Mueller College, Brisbane. Same as above but less input channels and no onboard patchbay.
Soundcraft Series Five Monitor console, IJS Concert Sound and Lighting, Brisbane. Inputs and outputs for days, 32 aux/buss outputs plus stereo, 8 VCA groups, etc, etc, serviced by Hux
Otari MX-7300 1" 8 Track Multitrack Machine, a solid old beasty, still chugging along nicely, probably built in 1977, serviced by Hux
Radio Lollipop Gold Coast, based around a cute Soundcraft RM-100 console, its a bit hard to see the detail but there is an ocean / Nemo theme with actual sand epoxied into the desk top, installed by Hux in May 2005.
SSL Series 4000 E with G automation, Meridien Musik, Brisbane, runs with ProTools, serviced by Hux.
Allen & Heath ML-4000 console, Twin Towns Services Club, used for front of house, serviced by Hux.
Allen & Heath GL-4000 console, Twin Towns Services Club, used for foldback, serviced by Hux.