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Sonosax ultra-portable dual domain preamp

Posted on: Tuesday 24th of September 2019

The SX-M2D2 is a lightweight 2-channel high resolution dual-domain microphones preamplifier with integrated USB audio Class 2. Compact, low power-consumtion, battery powered, the SX-M2D2 embeds similar high performance dual A/D converters as the SX-R4+. This product is a great companion for various mobile set-ups. For use on camera it has two mini XLR inputs with phantom power and high quality preamps. It’s compatible with iOS and Android devices so you can use it to plug in professional microphones to your smartphone. As it also has a USB sound card built in so you can use it as an audio interface on Mac or PC, to record podcasts or VO – or just to listen to material via its headphone output. The M2D2 features three mini-XLR inputs: two analogue with phantom power and one AES input, (for microphones with a digital output), that’s switchable between AES3 and the new AES42 standard.

INPUTS / OUTPUTS
2x mic/line inputs on TA3, electronically balanced, with phase reversal, 48V phantom, LF cut and level control on the front panel
1x AES3/AES42 on TA3, transformer balanced input with phase reversal, 48V phantom, LF cut and level control on the front panel
1x line output on TA3, 2 channels analog unbalanced
1x AES3 output on TA3, 2 channels transformer balanced with ASRC (48/96/192k)
1x USB audio 2 channels input/output on micro USB type B connector
independent line/headphones stereo output on mini-jack

PERFORMANCE
135 dB (A-weighted) overall dynamic range
THD < 0.001%
90 kHz overall frequency response @192kHz
24-bit 48/96/192kHz

POWER
external DC 9-18V on Hirose 4-pin
external DC 5V on micro USB
removable lithium-ion battery, charged with external DC input

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