The 264 hosts four separate and independent channels of analog audio gain control. Used separately, the four channels are ideal for microphone leveling or similar monaural applications, and channels may also be selectively linked for dual-stereo or split mono/stereo program control.
The 264 operates entirely within the analog domain and utilizes colorless Class D (PWM) technology for stable and transparent operation. It employs a unique combination of peak and average response to program dynamics that delivers the gain-riding advantage of an intelligent AGC coupled with the tight peak control of a fast limiter. This particular combination of long- and short-term level correction normalizes the average-to-peak ratios of diverse audio sources to a common and natural-sounding value, giving a consistent level of subjective loudness without the need for excessive compression of program dynamics that can promote listener fatigue.
- Easy installation and setup
- 2 Stereo Channels or 4 Mono Channels
- Alarm outputs
- Inputs, active-balanced (XLR)
- Outputs, active-balanced (XLR)
- Operating voltage range 105-120V or 220-250V AC