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Axia Analog Line Node

The Analog line node has eight balanced stereo inputs and eight balanced stereo outputs, presented on easy-to-install RJ-45connectors. The inputs are switchable to accommodate consumer level -10dBv or professional level +4dBu. The short-circuit protected outputs are capable of delivering up to +24 dBu before clipping. Create an Ethernet audio snake with Axia Analog Audio Nodes at each end (or mix and match digital, microphone and analog line terminals), a single 100Base-T link can be used to send and receive 8 stereo audio channels, eliminating old-fashioned multi-pair cable. Superior performance specs include 102dB of dynamic range, <0.005% THD. Requires one unused 100Base-T Ethernet port for connection to an Axia network. Auto-sensing power supply, 90VAC to 240VAC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz. 30 Watts. Rackmount, 1RU.

Axia AES/EBU Digital Audio Node

The Axia AES Node provides eight digital AES3 inputs and outputs. The Axia AES/EBU Node can also be employed as a 1x8, 2x4, 2x8, etc. AES distribution amplifier by using any of the AES inputs to feed the eight AES outputs. Create an Ethernet audio snake with AES/EBU Nodes at each end; a single 100Base-T link can be used to send and receive 8 stereo audio channels, eliminating old-fashioned multi-pair cable. Node can be used to receive AES house master clock to synchronize the entire Livewire network. Stunning performance specs like 138dB of dynamic range and <0.0003% THD. Requires one unused 100Base-T Ethernet port for connection to an Axia network. Auto-sensing power supply, 90VAC to 240VAC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz. 30 Watts. Rackmount, 1RU.

Axia Microphone Node

The Microphone Node has eight phantom-powered mic inputs. It also contains eight balanced stereo analog line outputs for convenient delivery of associated headphone and studio monitor feeds to the room in which the mics are located. The inputs are on XLR connections while the outputs are on RJ-45. The Axia Microphone Node can also be used as a multiple-input mic preamp and A/D converter or as the stage-end of a digital snake. Specs that would shame a $200,000 recording console, such as EIN of < -128dB and THD of <0.005%. Requires one unused 100Base-T Ethernet port for connection to an Axia network. Auto-sensing power supply, 90VAC to 240VAC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz. 30 Watts. Rackmount, 1RU.

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