KCLU, KRWG Are Among Axia Users
     


Axia Audio reported several recent sales.

California Lutheran Universitys KCLU(FM) in Los Angeles (Thousand Oaks) purchased two Element consoles with PowerStation console engine and routing hardware.

KRWG(FM) at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, N.M., ordered a DESQ console with QOR.16 console engine.

LKCM Radio Group purchased two 14-fader iQ consoles with QOR.32 engines, three DESQ consoles with QOR.16 engines and multiple xNode AoIP interfaces for their Dallas/Ft. Worth stations KTFW, KFWR, KRVF and KRVA, all of which are FMs.

And Radio Might, in St. Petersburg, Russia, received a 16-position Element console with StudioEngine and 3 Radius consoles with QOR.16 console engines, plus various Audio Nodes.

Sister company Telos Systems also reported notable sales including an Nx12 Talkshow System to CBS station WXYT(AM/FM) in Detroit; Nx6 Talkhow Systems to Radio Free Europe in Washington, KCLC(FM) at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo. and Entravision station WLQY(AM) in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; and ProStream hardware streaming encoders to SiriusXM and American University, both in Washington.

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