With HD standards being adopted by TV stations and homes throughout the world, audiences are demanding a higher quality, surround sound experience. Broadcast audio operators also have to handle increasingly complex productions with ease—from news to sports to live show production, in the studio or on the road, often with a very small space to work in. For these reasons, modern broadcasters look to the Max Air, a standalone, compact digital audio mixing system designed to handle any challenge—at an affordable price point. Based on the proven technology of the System 5-B, Max Air shares the same DSP Core, I/O, integration with facility routers, and system redundancy—all controlled from an easy-to-operate, ergonomic control surface.
- Get easy access to functions using the central touchscreen, with high-res metering
- Control 48 multiformat Masters (configurable as stereo to 7.1) on any channel strip
- Get precision control with four knobs and a motorized 100mm fader per channel
- Take control of your mix with Snapshot Recall, GPI, and Live Events System
- Configure and recall custom surface assignments using Layouts
- Get quick access to multiformat sources and control groups with user-definable Spill zones
- Control your routing with confidence utilizing the N-1 mix-minus bus
- Expand and customize the modular surface and I/O for your needs, including a fiber remote mic solution
- Bring important channels to the center Master Module, with SuperChannel and eight Assignable faders
- Integrate with Ross OverDrive systems and facility routers
- Mix multichannel audio, up to 7.1 surround
- Tackle large productions with up to 16 MADI ins and outs (1,024 x 1,024 channels @48KHz)
- Get 100% realiability with the completely redundant DSP engine, including channels, MADI router, and MADI I/O
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