Try Audio has over 20 years of knowledge of the old Trident range of consoles so we know we can help you on parts or technical information.

Old Trident Audio Developments was born in 1972 and took their name from the infamous Trident Recording Studios in London. At that time the studios were one of the most famous independent recording studios in the world, having been the first 8 track studios in Europe, obviously a major incentive for The Beatles choosing this studio to record their biggest ever single record "Hey Jude".

 

From this background and knowledge of the recording process, and an initial frustration with the limitation of equipment that was available during the early l970s Trident was formed. Requiring a new 24 track-recording console for their main studios, Trident investigated the market place for a console that would fulfil their forward thinking needs. Trident decided to design and construct its own console to be sure that they got exactly what they wanted with the added advantage of being able to maintain it.

Trident had always enjoyed a very high reputation for its products both from a reliability as well as technical point of view. Because of its origins it also had a very good understanding of the operational and ergonomic aspects of recording consoles together with an ability to design equipment that on critical listening tests is very pleasing to the ear. Throughout the evolution from the company's early discrete transistor to the latest integrated circuitry designs, this quality of audio signal has maintained itself as a leading factor in what lead people to buy Trident recording consoles. The following multi-track recording consoles represent Trident's range over the years:

A Range - First console made in 1970, split design.

B Range - Second split design console, 1973.

Fleximix - Live sound console, launched 1979.

TSM - First Quad console, split design,1979.

Series 80 - 1980

Series 80B & 80C - 1983, Series 80B / 1987, Series 80C.

Trimix - Split design, rear panel patching, mobile,

no stand. Launched 1981.

S70 - Hybrid Trimix, on board patchbay, studio version,

on stand. Launched 1983.

TIL - First "Trident In Line" console. Launched 1984.

Series 65 - Launched 1984.

Series 75 - Launched 1985.

Series 16/24 - Launched 1989.

Vector 432 - September l989

Series 90 - June 1992

Ventura 85 - November 1994

 

We try to help old Trident customers on most of the above console range.

 

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Series 80 - 1980

 

Series 80B & 80C - 1983, Series 80B / 1987, Series 80C.

 

Trimix - Split design, rear panel patching, mobile, no stand Launched 1981.

 

S70 - Hybrid Trimix, on board patchbay, studio version, on stand. Launched 1983.

 

TIL - First "Trident In Line" console. Launched 1984.

 

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Series 75 - Launched 1985.

 

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Series 80 - 1980

 

Series 80B & 80C - 1983, Series 80B / 1987, Series 80C.

 

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S70 - Hybrid Trimix, on board patchbay, studio version, on stand. Launched 1983.

 

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