Beautiful and rugged, with anodized metal work surfaces and high-resolution OLED displays.
From 4 to 40 fader channels, with instant, unlimited access to any source.
Designed to work with the Axia PowerStation or Studio Mix Engine.
Plugs into the network with a single CAT-6 or CAT-5e Ethernet cable.
Four Program buses and four auxiliary buses.
A variety of module types provide control of mic/line inputs, telephones and other devices.
Every channel has a stereo Preview (“cue”) function. Multiple channels may be assigned to Preview simultaneously.
Includes digital EQ, Omnia dynamic mic and headphone processing.
Enhanced, integrated features for phones and codecs include auto-assigned mix-minus on each channel, easy talkback for remote talent cueing, one-button off-air phone record mode, and optional integrated Telco line switching.
Show Profiles allow up to 99 console “snapshots” with different preferences, layouts and defaults to be loaded instantly.
Livewire Audio-IP network allows sharing of local audio resources and associated GPIO control across multiple studios.
Requires one user-supplied DVI-D computer monitor with 16:9 aspect ratio, for metering and options display.
Axia iQ system is the easiest way to get an IP-audio studio up and running.
iQ is a broadcast console with mixing engine, analog and AES audio I/O, Livewire audio connections, machine-control logic and zero-configuration built-for-broadcast Ethernet switch, all rolled into an easy-to-deploy package.
Connect the iQ control surface to the QOR.32 engine with a single cable, add audio inputs using Cat-5 cable, perform some fast web-based configuration, and your iQ console is ready to broadcast.
An optional QOR backup adds peace of mind with an auto-switch redundant power supply.
Simple networking lets you daisy-chain up to four QOR.32 engines without the need for an external Ethernet switch.
You can add iQ expansion frames to create consoles as large as 24 faders. Other optional frames add control for Telos telephone systems and GPIO routing functions to the console.
A basic system consists of one iQ 8-Fader Main Frame and one QOR.32 integrated console engine (order separately).
Radius, RAQ and DESQ are compact and affordable AoIP consoles.
They connect with a single cable to a QOR.16 console engine.
QOR.16 console engine contains the console's mix engine, CPU, power and 16 audio I/O connections.
Radius is a 8-fader mixing surface.
Included in Radius: 4 stereo Program buses, automatic mix-minus for every phone caller or remote talent, bright multi-segment LED meters switchable between VU and PPM styles, high resolution OLED displays for each fader, and much more.
RAQ is a six-channel rack mount IP console, while DESQ is a six-fader desktop IP console.
Both RAQ and DESQ include the same features: high resolution OLED displays for each channel, heavy-duty switch with LED backlight, 2 stereo mixing buses, bright multi-segment LED meters switchable between VU and PPM styles, and much more.