If you have an analog based system, the AD-24 Analog Input Rack Unit takes your analog signals and converts them to digital, for use in the Livemix system. It will most likely be installed near the analog source. If this is your mixer’s Direct Outs or Inserts, then the AD-24 will be near the mixer. If you use a snake with mic preamps, it might be near the snake.
The AD-24 receives your input signal via TRS or DB-25. The inputs pass through, so you can send your audio to the AD-24 via DB-25, and back out through the TRS if required.
The front panel interface indicates input signal levels by LED and allows selection of -10 dBV or +4 dBu line level, which are in stereo pairs.
24 Channel Analog Input Unit
S/N Ratio: 111 dB
Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 22KHz ± .5dB
Crosstalk: -92 dB
Maximum Input Level: +24 dBu
Input Impedance: 20KΩ Balanced, 10KΩ Unbalanced
Max cable length: 100m CAT5e cable (shielded required)
SIMPLE TO USE, PROFESSIONAL FEATURES, SUPRISINGLY AFFORDABLE
Livemix is the personal monitoring system that is simple enough for volunteers to use, but deep enough to meet professional demands. In addition to ease of use and amazing features, it sounds incredible and is an outstanding value.
Every Livemix system needs an input, a central mixer/distributor, and at least one personal mixer. To design the system, just select which input you need, either analog or Dante digital. Then select the central mixer based on how many mixes you need now or may need in the future. Then determine how many personal mixers you need. The CS-SOLO personal mixer, provides one personal mix. The CS-DUO dual mix personal mixer, provides two separate mixes, helping reduce additional costs and stage clutter. Lastly, select how many MT-1 mic stand mounts and accessories you may need.