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XTA expands MX Series

XTA expands MX Series

XTA expands MX Series

The MX24-A works with analogue and AES audio, while the MX24-D handles analogue and Dante audio

Two further models have been added to XTA’s MX Series – the MX24-A and MX24-D. They have been designed to offer a simple solution to the problem of routing multiple mixing console outputs to a speaker system or system processor. Handling 16 inputs in 2U across analogue, AES and Dante networks, these are arranged in sets of four (to typically support L-R front-fill and sub feeds from an individual console). The MX24-A works with analogue and AES audio, while the MX24-D handles analogue and Dante audio. All AES inputs have independent sample rate conversion. There is one set of four outputs, available simultaneously across analogue and AES (MX24-A) or analogue and Dante (MX24-D) networks with Word Clock output sync available on AES (MX24-A).

All switching takes place in the digital domain with soft cross-fades to switch between consoles. The models will automatically select the secondary source should the primary fail. If failover with redundancy is not required, the MX24 can handle up to four consoles – two each on analogue or digital feeds. Other features include a mono mic preamp with selectable routing, clarity filtering in DSP, switchable 48V phantom power, a stereo line input, balanced rear inputs, an unbalanced 3.5mm jack front panel input and full headphone monitoring.



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