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Mixing Console 52/SX
Compact Mixing Console 52/SX
52sx_console_1_small The 52/SX is the new powerful modular mixing console system made by DHD for radio and TV applications. It is ideal for on-air and pre-production in broadcast studios, at audio workstations and in smaller OB vans. Designed for smaller applications, it complements DHD's product lines 52/MX and 52/RX.

The 52/SX is superseding the RM2200D (produced since 2003), however now basing on the Series 52 firmware platform.
52/SX Features
  • price-optimized for on-air, pre-production, outside broadcasting and editing suites
    • modular control desk consisting of 4, 8, 12 or 16 faders and central control module including talkback microphone, loudpeaker, and a 7" TFT/Touch Display with 5 PPMs, correlation display, clock, stopwatch, setting og equalizer, dynamics unit, snapshots and other parameters
    • 2 fader module layouts available, for different customer preferences
    • separate 1-U or 2-U DSP core with input/output module and up to 643 inputs and 643 outputs, analog, digital, MADI, Gigabit audio network
    • 32 sum busses, Aus busses, clean feeds and PFL busses
    • 6 clean feeds (mix-minus, mono or stereo)
    • 3-band equalizer, compressor, limiter and subsonic filter for all 16 fader channels in 40-bit floating-point format, mono or stereo
    • flexible fader assignment, storing of settings
    • USB audio connector for a direct connection with the PC
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