The Digital Audio Denmark AX24 is a versatile A/D or D/A converter front-end designed to meet the demanding requirements of recording and mastering applications that necessitate 2 to 8 channels of analogue inputs or outputs. This exceptional device prioritizes flexibility, reliability, and ease of operation and delivers unparalleled sound quality.
The AX24 offers an extensive range of features and capabilities. Its fully modular design provides a staggering 224 different configurations, enabling you to customize the sample rates and I/O structure to suit your needs. You can choose from 2 to 8 analogue line or mic input channels and 2 to 8 analogue output channels.
With 24-bit PCM sample rates up to 384 kHz, the AX24 ensures pristine audio quality. It also supports the DXD sample rate at 352.8 kHz and DSD sample rates at 64fs and 128fs, catering to the requirements of high-resolution audio enthusiasts. The device supports various digital I/O options, including MADI, AES3, S/PDIF, TDIF, and ProTools, allowing seamless integration with different professional audio systems. Digital DSD formats are compatible with MADI and SDIF-3.
The AX24 incorporates an integrated mic preamp with analogue gain, eliminating the need for external preamps and providing convenience while maintaining audio excellence. You can control the device through remote connectivity options, including RS-422, USB, or Ethernet. Major consoles and workstations can also represent the mic preamp controls on their channel strip, ensuring effortless integration into your existing workflow.
Musical. Accurate. Flexible. The AX24 empowers you to configure the desired number of line and mic channels based on the current sample rate. Its expandable analogue input and output channels, scalable in pairs of two, allow for a tailored solution. Whether you require 2 or 4 analogue input channels and six analogue output channels, the AX24 is particularly well-suited for mastering or multi-track productions where only a few are used simultaneously while 5.1 monitoring remains essential.