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Up to Four Commentators plus Local Stereo I/O
Delivers high quality audio from any Outside Location
Provides program and return circuits, and an optional 2nd channel for full duplex coordination
Phoenix ALIO has been designed specifically for sports broadcasting, but has been optimised to make it easy to use in a wide variety of scenarios, including music events. Its compact design, resistant to pressure, impacts and even liquids, is optimised for outdoor use and where handling is not always gentle.
Small, user-friendly and easy to use.
In desktop format with a front of about 24×21 cm.
HELP” function will allow the journalist on the move to call the station for help in an uncontrolled situation.
Smart RTP communication establishment system, which facilitates connection with compatible stationary codecs.
Conventional Internet connection, via ADSL or fibre.
Wireless 3G/4G/5G data connection via a simple router/ modem with SIM card.
Inmarsat or Starlink satellite internet connection.
With Phantom power (switchable by menu), the IP port and power supply connector
For two different headphone circuits, and 2 pairs of XLR connectors, for stereo line input and output.
Control and configure your equipment from your computer.
All front panel controls are available in the CONTROL PHOENIX PC application, which allows you to remotely configure and operate an array of audiocodecs.
Control all codecs on the network (local or remote) from one PC. An optional multi-codec application allows to detect all AEQ IP audiocodecs in a local network to control them in a coordinated way from a PC or group of PCs. It also allows remote equipment to be controlled via the Internet, favouring a comprehensive management of the communications network.
All front panel controls are available in the CONTROL PHOENIX PC application, which allows remote configuration and operation of a fleet of audiocodecs.
Audio presence indicators and remote vumeters can be displayed to facilitate the indication of the level of incoming and outgoing audio on each device, regardless of the location of each piece of equipment.
It incorporates an agenda with copy functions, which allows to have a central and individual agenda for each codec.
4 XLR-3 female. Low-noise preamplifier and switchable phantom power. Impedance 2 k ohms. Front panel and software adjustable level. Mute button.
Stereo line input
2 XLR-3 female. 9 k ohms. Nominal 0 dBu, maximum 20 dBu. Level adjustable from front panel and by software. Mute key.
Stereo line output
2 XLR-3 male. < 100 ohms. Nominal 0 dBu, maximum 20 dBu. Front panel and software volume control with TX and RX balance.
2 1/4" stereo jacks. Front panel and software volume controls with TX and RX balance.
Fully compatible with EBU Tech 3326 N/ACIP.SIP recommendation.
AEQ recommends the use of OPUS algorithm. Equipment provides OPUS with Fs= 48kHz, mono, stereo, selected 4 mono and 3 stereo modes, bitrates between 12 and 192 Kbps, bandwidth between 6 and 20 kHz.For compatibility with other AEQ and third party equipment , Venus 4 can work with a wide selection of algorithms; G711 Law A, Law u, G722, AEQ-LD, MPEG 1 and 2 - LII, linear PCM, and others on request.
Smart RTP and SIP server
To simplify the operation of the unit, AEQ offers the Smart RTP automatic call set-up mode. In addition, it offers Phoenix ALIO users the services of its own SIP server at no additional cost.
• Front panel interface with keypad and encoders.
• OLED graphic display.
• 2 VU-meter LEDs on front panel.
• BaseT Ethernet port. RJ45 connector.
• Option of 2nd communications channel for coordination or differentiated retransmission to two destinations.
• Working temperature -10 to +45ºC (14 to 114ºF).
• Dimensions 240 x 210 x 60 mm.
• Weight 2 Kg (4.41 lbs) approx.
• Power supply 12V DC (9 to 18 V DC).
• Power consumption 12 W max.
• External adapter 90-263V 50/60 Hz.
• UPS option
•IP Multicast: transmission and reception with IGMP subscription management.•Multiple-unicast in RTP mode: allows sending the same stream to several different destinations (depending on the encoding algorithm). SIP. According to EBU-Tech 3326 recommendation. Possibility to work with or without SIP server.
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