An analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converter
A headphone and monitoring amplifier
A USB sound card compatible with any type of computer or smartphone
An audio mixer with an integrated full featured compressor-limiter.
An embedded digital matrix allows any input to be routed to any output or to an internal stereo mixer. The fully digital controls allow menu access to all features with only two rotary encoders. A high-brightness graphic display shows the available options and settings as well as four modulometers assignable in pairs to any signal source. The power supply from a standard battery, recharged in the device, guarantees hours of autonomy, even if the two power sources available to the SX-M2D2 are unplugged.
The possibilities of implementation are endless:
As a complement to a TV cinema recording equipment or as a small stand-alone mixer.
As an AD converter preamplifier for a boom operator, with the possibility of mixing talkback with local monitoring
For a radio journalist who will be able to record and monitor 2 mics interviews on his smartphone.
For the musician or podcast creator who wants to benefit from very high quality inputs and outputs on his computer (PC or Apple-Mac) or smartphone (iOs or Android).
For the audiophile who will benefit from a DA converter coupled with an exceptional headphone amplifier.
Two mic/line analog inputs with 135dB dynamic range
Independent line and phones outputs
AES42/AES3 input, AES3 output
Two channels in/out USB audio 2.0
Powered by removable Li-ion battery, Hirose or USB with intelligent energy management
SX-M2D2 applications are countless. Here are some examples:
Inputs / Outputs
2x mic/line inputs on TA3, electronically balanced, with phase reversal, 48V phantom, LF cut and level control
1x AES3/AES42 on TA3, transformer balanced input with phase reversal and level control
1x line output on TA3, 2 channels analog unbalanced
1x AES3 output on TA3, 2 channels transformer balanced with ASRC (48/96/192k)
1x USB audio 2 channels input/output on micro USB type C connector
independent line/headphones stereo output on mini-jack
135 dB (A-weighted) overall dynamic range
THD < 0.001%
90 kHz overall frequency response @192kHz
external DC 9-18V on Hirose 4-pin
external DC 5V on micro USB
removable 18650 lithium-ion battery cell, charged with external DC input
intelligent energy management
About 4.5 hours run-time with a full charged 11.5Wh battery and two Schoeps 48V microphones
The battery must be present in the device to ensure that all functions are always available.
The SX-M2D2 can be powered without a battery for a few moments when replacing a discharged battery with a charged one.
128×64 monochrome OLED display
two rotary encoders for gain control
2 or 4 channels peak meters
intuitive menu navigation
Machined aluminum housing
overall dimension: 74 x 28 x 130 mm (2.9’’ x 1.1’’ x 5.1’’)
Most recent Apple iPhone, iPad and Android devices work with the SX-M2D2. This is a list of suggested apps. Please note that since these apps come from third party vendors, no support is provided for them.
Sonosax provides two types of 3D print for your SX-M2D2.
Slide your SX-M2D2 into this box, protective case, mounting accessory, whatever you like to call it. Hot shoe fixing slides allow you to attach it to a camera. You may also slide it into your sound bag. The connectors are protected and the cables come out elegantly on the side.
Feel free to modify the original file according to your needs and ideas. And if you do, send us your photos, the most beautiful ones will be published on the sonosax.ch website.
In each .zip file, you’ll find:
a Solidworks 2015 or later 3D file (.SLDPRT)
a .STL 3D printer file
Note: Sonosax does not provide this accessory in physical form. Only files for 3D printing are available.
Version 1.2 – July 2020
Note: unzip archive and store file into your USB drive root folder
Fixed power source in menu power
Fixed LF CUT (could be incorrect after a power cycle)
Modified output level range to [MUTE, -60..+24dB]
Enhanced rotary encoders parameter modification
MIC/Line, AES and USB inputs menus full redesign
Added input delays
Added line out balanced (mono) mode
Version 1.1 – December 2019
Note: unzip archive and store both files into your USB drive root folder
Menu POWER: power source indicates BATTERY even when powered from USB or Hirose
Fixed output level issue in phones output (only under rare circumstances)
Fixed encoders push and long push events (was inverted in right navigation mode)
Fixed main screen rotary encoders: they can now be driven simultaneously
Modified dynamic mic preset (id 2) default input gain value (set to +30dB)
Added power management: device can be shutdown on Hirose unplug event or encoders long press (see POWER/SETUP menu)