Sonifex to Show New Small Mixer

Handles analog and digital audio
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It's always nice to see some growth in the relatively mature category of traditional consoles and mixers, those that are not really control surfaces for Ethernet/IP networks.

The S1 from Sonifex, which will be shown in Las Vegas this spring, is a small-format mixer designed for on-air use, especially at small stations. Though small, Sonifex says the S1 does not skimp on features.

Useful features include 10 input channels, fader start for peripherals, telco inputs, talkback functions and high- and low-pass filters per channel.

Physical features include a rotatable I/O panel, analog and digital I/O, 100 mm ALPS faders, host and guest headphone controls and tricolor LED meters.

The S1 can be flush-mounted or rack-mounted. It also offers scribble strips on channel strips and aux and ext loops. An integrated power supply keeps the whole package compact.

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