AudioArts Air-1 Analog Console

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A true broadcast console hellip; in a tiny package. USB Conserve studio space, not studio capability. The Air-1 USB is our most capable standalone console in a compact footprint yet. It fits anywhere your laptop computer does for on-air, production, podcasting or remotes. The Audioarts AIR-1s proven design has become the number one choice for small studios and production rooms due to its compact footprint, professional features, and attractive price. Now, with a USB interface, this same small console is able to send and receive audio from devices such as digital audio workstations, playout systems, and automation systems. The AIR-1 USB is ideal for remotes, small on-air studios, web streaming, production, or any situation where a compact, low-cost, highly capable radio console is needed. The AIR-1 USB covers all the basics: two mic inputs, six stereo line inputs, two program busses, a flexible metering and monitoring section usually found only in larger boards, cue output, muting, and a built-in headphone amp. Small, so it can easily be used in a tight space such as a news or voice tracking booth, or on remotes. Rugged, built to Wheatstone/Audioarts usual high standards to last and last. Air-1 USB is surprisingly inexpensive, so it fits any budget. You dont have to give up features or scrimp on the quality you need. Sometimes a powerful, compact broadcast console is exactly what you need. The Audioarts AIR-1 USB is it. Features USB INTERFACE Send/receive connection to digital audio workstations, playout systems and automation systemsLOW PROFILE COMPACT DESIGN Only 15/39cm wide to conserve studio space.LONG-THROW FADERS On input channels, monitor output and headphone output.TWO MIC INPUT FADERS Extremely high-performance mic preamps noise level just 1dB short of the theoretical limit with enough headroom to handle the most enthusiastic voice. Continuously variable gain trims to precisely match your microphones.SIX LINE INPUT FADERS True differential electroni