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At InfoComm: Ashly Reveals DigiMix24 Mixer

Ashly Audio has released its first mixer in more than 40 years with the debut of its digiMIX24, a compact 24-channel digital mixing console intended for Houses of Worship, performance spaces and project studios.

Las Vegas, NV (June 9, 2016)—Ashly Audio has released its first mixer in more than 40 years with the debut of its digiMIX24, a compact 24-channel digital mixing console intended for Houses of Worship, performance spaces and project studios.

The Ashly digiMIX24 features 24 inputs, including 16 Class-A mic/line inputs; up to 14 mix buses; 8 Aux outputs, 8 channel inserts; 33 channels of dynamics and equalization processing; and 2 stereo effects processors with reverb, delay, chorus and more. Its control surface includes a seven-inch LCD color touchscreen, intelligent metering and motorized faders. Optional, field-installable cards provide either Dante connectivity or a USB interface for multi-track recording or playback.

“The Ashly digiMIX24 combines the feel of a traditional analog mixer, the intuitive control of digital systems that we’ve pioneered in the work with our Ashly Protea DSP units, and the conveniences and flexibility of a recallable digital mixer, with build quality, sound quality, and a price point that make it the obvious choice,” said John Sexton, director of sales at Ashly.

“The digiMIX24 offers two modes: a normal technical mode with all of the depth and flexibility that an audio professional would expect and an ‘EZ-Mode’ for non-technical users in schools or churches. The digiMIX24 pairs with a companion Apple iPad App that allows users to remotely set stage monitor volumes or to mix from different places in the venue.”

Ashly Audio
www.ashly.com

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