The DS32Mix 32 x 16 Digital Snake with Personal Mixing from Aviom supports 32 microphone/line inputs and 16 returns for digital mixing. The snake also includes standard Pro16 personal mixing system for monitoring.
The digital snake uses two AN-16/i-M Mic Input Modules. Each of its input channels contains a 3-segment level meter, a continuously variable gain knob, a phase reverse switch, 48V phantom power, and a rumble filter with an 85 Hz roll-off.
Two AN-16/o v.4 Output Modules provide the signals from the snake that connects into the FOH (Front of House) console. The 16 balanced outputs on the AN-16/o v.4 module are provided via DB25 multi-pin connectors. The analog outputs can be set (per channel pair) to 24 dBu, 18 dBu, 4 dBu, or mic level. Returns are handled by the AN-16/i v.2 Input Module at FOH and the AN-16/o v.4 Output Module on stage.
The four included A-16II Personal Mixers give each performer a control over channel volume, grouping, pan, stereo spread, master volume, and tone. Every personal mixer in the system can create a unique monitor mix for the performer. Users can save and recall up to 16 custom mixes as presets in their personal mixer.
The included A-16D Pro A-Net Distributor simplifies monitor system setup, providing both A-Net data and DC power to each connected personal mixer. Each A-16D supports up to eight personal mixers. Additional personal mixers can be connected by daisy chaining (with power supplied locally) or with additional A-Net distributors (sold separately).
Using the included AN-16SBR System Bridge, all audio for the 32 x 16 digital snake, plus the 16 channels of monitoring content, travels over a single CAT5e cable that can be extended up to 500” (150m).
- Supports up to 32 mic/line inputs on stage and 16 returns
- Integrates a starter Pro16 personal mixing system that provides 16 channels of monitoring content for 4 monitoring positions
- All A-Net digital data for the DS32Mix travels to/from the stage and FOH positions over a single CAT5e cable between a pair of AN-16SBR System Bridges