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Axia Debuts Broadcast Console

iQx does not require a separate mix engine

Axia Audio has a new broadcast mixer available, the iQx.

The iQx is designed with AoIP in mind, all wrapped in a single package. 

Telos Alliance VP of Sales, Support, and Marketing Marty Sacks said, “Axia iQx 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.”

It will be available with 8–24 100 mm sealed plastic-conductive faders. It also offers three-band EQ and multifunction soft key per channel. According to the company, the talkback and mix-minus system offers flexible routing for sources. The iQx can be operated remotely via a web interface.

Being a Telos Alliance product there are telco/hybrid options available. In addition, native Livewire+ support makes the iQx compatible with other Telos Alliance equipment on a network. It is also AES67 and SMPTE 2110-30-compatible.

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