Allows one stereo / dual or two mono connections to the same destination, with selectable format and quality. Incorporates remote control and configuration support tools, network port and RS232 auxiliary data link.
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.
Audio presence indicators and remote vu-meters can be deployed to provide the In- and Output Level indication for each AudioCodec regardless of its location.
Control Phoenix includes an agenda with copying functions, which allows to have a central and individual agenda for each codec.
Analogue audio inputs
• 2 x XLR female. Zin>9Kohm. Electronically balanced, line level.
Analogue audio outputs
• 2 x XLR male. Zout < 100 ohm. Electronically balanced, line level.
Option IP Audio Inputs / Outputs
• DB15 connector. AES/EBU interfaces. Inputs with SRC.
• Possibility to synchronise the AES/EBU outputs with the Input sampling frequency.
AEQ recommends the use of OPUS algorithm 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 stationary equipment and corporate standards MERCURY 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.
To simplify the operation of the unit, AEQ offers the Smart RTP automatic call set-up mode.
In addition, it offers Phoenix VENUS 4 and VENUS 4+ users the services of its own SIP server at no additional cost. Features subject to change without notice.
Optional SIP Relay service to facilitate audio transport via a trunking server.
Optional SMARTALK service that generates web links for PCs or mobile devices to instantly download an OPUS audiocodec from the cloud that automatically connects via a SIP server to the audiocodec.
Ethernet port for combined control and WAN use. RJ45 connector. Fully compatible with EBU Tech 3326 N/ACIP.SIP recommendation.
•Temperature range: -10 to + 45ºC (14 to 114ºF).•Dimensions: 211 x 44 x 170 mm; 8.30″ x 1.75″ x 6.70″ (Two units in one rack unit). •Weight: 1 kg (2,2 lbs) aprox. •Power supply: 12 V DC. External 110-240V AC, 50-60Hz power supply included. 8.5 w. Autorange. •Noiseless operation, through natural convection. Compatible with in-studio operation.
•DB-9 connector. 1.2, 2.4, 4.8, 9.6, 19.2 or 38.4 Kbps stream embedded in the RTP stream.
•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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