The new AIRENCE-USB mixer from D&R is particularly suitable for on-air or production work in local radio stations.
Featuring a split drop-through chassis, the flexible console is budget-friendly and based on digitally controlled analog circuitry, says the company.
AIRENCE-USB comprises an integrated USB-based control section for playout systems, such as the D&R AIRCAST. Users can extend this with a six-channel slave unit if more mic and line inputs are required.
According to D&R, the on air/production mixer is easy to use and affordable and eases communication between the studio to the caller and presenter area. The main unit of the AIRENCE is equipped with four balanced, phantom powered mic inputs with inserts for voice processors. There are six stereo line inputs, four USB channels and two built in telephone hybrids.
The USB control section features 24 free assignable switches and an encoder to control any playout system.
Furthermore, it is possible to connect an unlimited number of AIRENCE-EXTender units to the main unit. Each unit holds six triple inputs, three-band EQ, inserts for voice processors and very low noise mic inputs.