Radio IKIM upgrades to DHD SX2 mixing console

Radio IKIM in Malaysia upgraded its audio production facilities at the studio headquarters in Kuala Lumpur. Launched on July 6th 2001, Radio IKIM is owned and operated by the Institute of Islamic Studies Malaysia. It was the first Islamic radio channel in Malaysia to broadcast 24 hours per day. Transmitted nationwide on FM, Radio IKIM also reaches listeners in Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei and southern Thailand.

Source: DHD audio GmbH

The project centred on upgrades to the master control room and two live-to-air studios, connected via a DHD XC2 DSP core. Installation and commissioning were coordinated by DHD's Malaysia distribution partner Stagetec Asia in cooperation with local system integrator HD Solution.

A modular mixing console designed for radio and other broadcast applications, the DHD SX2 is is based on a central module with four faders plus a control section including monitoring and talkback. The SX2 series also includes a fader module with six motorised faders. The central control module gives access to the most important audio inputs and outputs. A microphone input and headphone output are also included. Loudspeakers can also be connected directly to this unit. The fader module allows the addition of a second layer accommodating up to 16 channels. Central and fader modules each incorporate a 10.1 inch multi-touch display showing relevant configuration and operating parameters. Each SX2 unit is a standalone table-top device which can be chained with others to create a single mixing desk. SX2 features can be extended simply by adding optional license codes to the DSP core. This allows extra faders, busses and clean-feeds. Functions such as loudness metering, profanity delay and talkback to other DHD mixers are also supported.






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