The Compact Mixer
Complete mixer bundles for radio broadcast
Compact central module with built-in I/Os
Super-flat table-top modules
Smart Modules for all Applications
The SX2 is a modular mixing console for radio and other broadcast applications. The price-optimised mixer is ideal for on-air studios, audio workstations and smaller OB vans.
Console sizes are adaptive and range from 4 to 16 faders. The central module (52-5614) has four faders and a central section for monitoring, talkback and central controls. The fader modules (52-5620) feature 6 faders. All faders are professional-grade 100mm motorized faders with dust-protection and allow a second layer for up to 16 channels.
All of our SX2 Bundles are complete mixing desks including a control interface with faders a DSP core, a power supply and all necessary cables.
The bundles will be delivered with a default system configuration. It can be adapted with a simplified version of the Toolbox software called “SX2Config”.
The 52-1950 Extended Feature Upgrade licence allows to use the Toolbox for detailed configuration and creation of specialised TFT views.
Versatile Control Modules with I/Os
The central module provides the most important audio I/Os. A microphone input and a headphones output are included, and you can also connect your loudspeakers directly to this unit, thus reducing necessary rack space and cabling work.
DSP power and connectivity
The XS2 I/O Core 52-1830 combines DSP processing for up to 24 faders and I/O interfaces in one housing. In only 1 rack unit, you find the audio interfaces that are required for journalist desks, edit booths or small studios.
Easy connectivity is the strong point of the I/O Core. Microphones, headphones, line and AES3 signals can be connected to standard XLR ports. Also USB audio and Toslink connectors for ADAT or S/PDIF are included. Additionally, multi-channel options for MADI, DHD‘s Gigabit Audio and APC are available.
A built-in 4ch/4ch Dante™ interface is the solution for simple playout and recording tasks, monitoring or talkback.