Attendees at the just-concluded Salon de la Radio Conference in Paris were among the first to look at the new Axia iQx AoIP Broadcast Console and the Livewire partner IP-studio, a console that combines a control surface and mix engine into a single AES67-compliant networked source and device.
The products come from The Telos Alliance, and VP of Sales, Support and Marketing Marty Sacks says the Axia iQx AoIP Consoles “suddenly opens up the world of AoIP and Axia capabilities to more people by utilizing existing network resources and eliminating the cost of an outboard mix engine. This really is a game changer.”
The AES67-compliant consoles support emerging standards including SMPTE 2110-30 and can access any audio AoIP source. It can piggyback off existing network resources, including Axia iQ Consoles, Axia QOR engines, as well as microphones, headphones, or any other audio source using Telos Alliance xNodes.