Avantis and Avantis Solo are both built on the same 64 input / 42 bus 96kHz mix engine with the only difference being the amount of physical control and I/O available on the mixer. Just pick the form factor that best suits your application or mixing style.
• 96kHz FPGA Processing
• 64 Input Channels
• 42 Bus
• Fully Configurable Mix Architecture
• dPack Upgrade for Additional dLive Processing
• 12 RackExtra FX slots with dedicated stereo returns
• Two 128×128 I/O Ports for Audio Networking
• 16 DCAs
• Range of Remote Expanders
With 15.6″ Full HD touchscreens at the heart of the experience, Continuity UI allows you to see and instantly interact with more of what matters, enabling a seamless connection between the physical controls and the screen.
The faders react on touch to immediately highlight the active channels for instant visual feedback.
The channel rotaries let you work gains or pans, then at the touch of a button, dynamically fold the display to show EQ or compressor parameters across the whole bank.
Each screen also features a FastGrab tab on the right-hand side, giving you split-second access to key freely-assignable parameters like aux sends, EQ, compressor and FX on the currently selected or specific channel.
The whole system is set up to dynamically surface the information you need at any moment and put control right at your fingertips.
From our next-generation 61-band RTA, with 5m, 15m and 60m history views, through to Shure and Sennheiser RF integration, Avantis is designed to let engineers spend more time mixing and less time worrying about the technology.
Whether you’re an owner/operator looking to build a compact system, or a rental company with existing Allen & Heath stock, the SLink connection on Avantis allows true flexibility by connecting to the entire range of Allen & Heath audio expander hardware.
Add a Dante card to your system and you’ve got even more options, with our dedicated Dante expanders, DT168 and DT164-W.
For local I/O, Avantis is well equipped with XLR analogue inputs, XLR analogue outputs, plus AES (Stereo In, Stereo Out).
Two additional I/O Ports allow Avantis to benefit from the full range of current dLive option cards, including Dante (64×64 and 128×128), Waves, gigaACE, MADI and more, expanding the scope for system integration, FoH / monitor splits and multitrack recording.