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Quinta generación de matrices de enrutamiento de audio digital de AEQ

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audio embebido en vídeo

Sistema de automatización AoIP

Herramienta de automatización, Play Out, edición y programación automática de la emisión de audio en radio y TV. Con conectividad analógica, digital AES, digital USB y AoIP protocolo DANTE.

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Descripción
Funcional

Esquema de ventanas

Barra de Menús

Máquinas de emisión

Gestión de contenidos

Controles

Barra Informativa

Edición de mezclas

Herramientas y Funcionalidades

Edición de Mezclas

Ajuste de los colores primarios rojo, verde y azul, así como de la Gamma. Selección de diferentes gamut de color necesarios para poder trabajar en cualquier entorno de video profesional: HD-BT.709, 4K-DCI y BT.2020.

 Alto Rango Dinámico

Luminosidad de hasta 1000Cd/m2, los monitores LM9000 reproducen con precisión cada uno de los estándares de video HDR: HLG, ST2084 o PQ (Perceptual Quantizer) y curvas S-Log. También disponible en los LM8000.

Software de Calibración

Permite ajustar cada monitor de manera individual a las preferencias de cada usuario, así como establecer los espacios de color estandarizados por los organismos internacionales.

Intergración Editores Exteriores

Ajuste de los colores primarios rojo, verde y azul, así como de la Gamma. Selección de diferentes gamut de color necesarios para poder trabajar en cualquier entorno de video profesional: HD-BT.709, 4K-DCI y BT.2020.

 Alto Rango Dinámico

Luminosidad de hasta 1000Cd/m2, los monitores LM9000 reproducen con precisión cada uno de los estándares de video HDR: HLG, ST2084 o PQ (Perceptual Quantizer) y curvas S-Log. También disponible en los LM8000.

Software de Calibración

Permite ajustar cada monitor de manera individual a las preferencias de cada usuario, así como establecer los espacios de color estandarizados por los organismos internacionales.

Características técnicas

Requisitos Hardware y Software

– Maximum capacity: 1024 circuits/frame or matrix. Non-blocking configurations of up to 5080 x 5080 circuits can be achieved linking several matrices to the TITAN concentrator.

– RF Protection.

– Electronically balanced microphone and line inputs. Analogue headphone outputs.

– Electronically balanced analogue line-level inputs and outputs.

– Optional transformer-balanced analogue line input and outputs.

– Digital inputs/outputs configurable as: AES/EBU (AES 3) and SPDIF, mono and stereo.

– Multi-channel digital input and output links as per AES10 (MADI), mono or stereo, one or two 64-ch links, 48 kHz sampling frequency, mono-mode or multi-mode fiber with SFP receptacles and removable transceiver cartridges.

– Audio over IP inputs/outputs, compressed G.722 for use in Intercom applications. 12 channels per card.

– Audio over IP inputs/outputs, Dante Protocol, compatible with AES67 and SMPTE ST 2110-30, 64 channels per card, 48 kHz sampling frequency.

– Audio over IP inputs/outputs, RAVENNA protocol, compatible with AES67, SMPTE ST 2110-30 and SMPTE ST 2110-31. NMOS Control, 128 channels per card, 48 kHz sampling frequency.

– Digital Audio inputs/outputs embedded in SDI/ 3G video, according to SMPTE 259 M, 292 M and 424 M standards. Each card has two input and two output interfaces with 2×16 audio inputs and 2×16 outputs.

– GPI and GPO (General purpose inputs and outputs for special applications):
 -Optically coupled inputs and outputs on some input/output cards.
 -Optically coupled GPI and relay-operated GPO on the controller cards.

– Internal synch of the X_CORE system. Accepts external synchronization through WORDCLOCK and AES11 connections, as well as through AES/EBU, AES10, DANTE (PTPv1 and PTPv2), AES67 (PTPv2) and RAVENNA (PTPv2). Synchronization from genlock input on the SDI card is also accepted.(PTPv2) y RAVENNA (PTPv2).

Especificaciones

– Internal sampling frequency: 48 kHz with 24 bits resolution.

-Internal bus format: two 32 bits per sample, fioating point buses.

-Available processing functions (can be modified by the user in real-time):
 – Input and output routing.
 – Gain control for line-level signals from -12 dB to +12 dB.
 – Gain control for microphone level signals from -40 dB to +24 dB.
 – Stereo spatial distribution (Balance / Panorama).
 – Modulation continuity control.
 – Test generators: pink and white noise, congurable frequency tones, burst mode.
 – Dynamics: compression, limiting, expansion, combined DLP, noise gate.
 – Frecuency domain: high pass, low pass, band pass filters, 4-band parametric equalization, de-esser.
– Delay.
– Reverb.

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NETBOX DSP

Scalable audio matrix with 64 to 160 audio inputs and outputs, capable of receiving audio from a Dante or AES67 network and returning it mixed and processed for use in other equipment or subsystems. It can also generate test signals and send vumeters.
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NETBOX 32 AD MX

It is a 64 x 64 circuit audio matrix mixer and distributor. It can route each of its 16 analogue, 16 digital and 32 IP network inputs to any or all of its 64 outputs (16 analogue, 16 digital and 32 IP).
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Input and Outputs

– Dante / AES67 channels, According to internal configuration:
• 64 bidirectionals.
• 96 bidirectionals.
• 128 bidirectionals.
• 160 bidirectionals.
– Additional tone generator input: 1 KHz. +4 dBu (-20 dBFS).
– Bandwidth: 20 to 20.000 Hz @ +/- 0.5 dB.

Level Indicator and meters

– Bank of mono or stereo AoIP input and output level meters in Netbox RTC software.
-Precision level metering of a mono or stereo AoIP input or output in Netbox RTC software.
-4-color level indicator for all audio inputs and outputs in Netbox RTC software.
-Configurable low signal level alarm for any input and output in Netbox RTC software.

GPIOs

-16 physical GPIs at 2 DB15 connectors, including +5V power supply pin.
-16 physical GPOs at 2 DB15 connectors, including +5V power supply pin.
-256 virtual GPIOs that may be used to perform any of the following functions:

    -Transportation of signalling between devices.
    -Reporting audio presence at any input.
    -Indicate audio absence in any output.
    -Remote muting of any output.
    -Activation and triggering of macros and salvos.

-Physical GPI and GPO are standard GPIO, while virtual GPIO use AEQ’s proprietary protocol, although it is starting to be implemented by several integrators. GPIO can also be transported through the IP network between compatible devices. This way, a GPI can drive GPOs in other equipment. This is what we call “Virtual GPIO”.

Redundancy

-NETBOX DSP device features a redundant power supply. In case that one of them stops receiving mains or fails, the system is fed by the other one without any operation disruption.

-NETBOX DSP includes two Ethernet ports. These may be configured in “Daisy Chain” mode, Primary / Secondary or Master / Slave modes.

-When Primary/Secondary redundancy mode is configured, the device uses Dante native redundancy system, which allows for Primary/Secondary failover without losing audio samples as seamless changeover.

Mixing

-NETBOX DSP can also mix any of its inputs to any output that was enabled for it in the configuration process. This means that any set of inputs can be mixed to any of the outputs. At each input, output, and cross-point for an input and output, the gain can be modified. Any output can also be muted.

Network Technology DANTE

-Data format: Dante Audio over IP technology. AES67 compatible.
-Plug-and-play technology – automatic detection of the hardware and simple audio routing.
-Precise sample-level synchronization, even through several switches.
-Very low and deterministic delay in the entire network.
-Flexible and scalable network topology, supporting a great number of audio transmitters and receivers.
-Supports a single integrated network used for audio, video, control and monitoring. Compatible with other kinds of tra c using QoS management.
-Uses low-cost, on-the-self network infrastructure.
-24-bit , 48 KHz. audio resolution.
-Delay: 1-2 ms (@ 48 KHz typical, depending on network performance and complexity).
-2 RJ45 Ethernet ports per interface, 1000 BASE-T, transformer isolated, that can be used for redundancy or daisy-chain connections.
-Binary rate: 100/1000 Mbps.
-Maximum segment length: 100m max. over CAT5e or better cabling.

Audio Processing

-NETBOX DSP provides an “AGC” (Automatic Gain Control) function which can be applied to any of the AoIP inputs and outputs without limits. Simple adjustment, only a target level in dBFS needs to be specified.
-In addition, the device can perform one or more of the following
processes up to 64 channels, either input or output, Mono
individual or grouped in stereo pairs:
• High pass filter.
• Low pass filter.
• Band filter.
• 4-band parametric equalizer.
• Combined DLP (Dynamic Level Processor) up to 5 points,
with 4 process sections depending on the level, with the
functions:
• Compressor.
• Expander.
• Limiter.
• Noise gate.
• Delay

General Specifications

-Cooling: Absolutely quiet natural convection cooling system, compatible
with studio operation.

-Dimensions and weight:
44 x 482 x 356 mm (1.73″ x 19″ x 14.”).
3,5 Kg. (7,7 lbs).

-Power supply: Redundant internal power supply (90 – 264V AC, 47-63Hz).

-Temperature range: -10 to + 45 º C (32 to 114 º F).

-Easy to install: NETBOX DSP is a 19” rack unit with 1U height.

-Versions:
DSP 64: Processes 64 signals, routes and mixes 64 signals.
DSP 96: Processes 64 signals, routes and mixes 96 signals.
DSP 128: Processes 64 signals, routes and mixes 128 signals.
DSP 160: Processes 64 signals, routes and mixes 160 signals.

Input and Outputs

– Analogue channels: 16 bidirectional channels.
-Dual or Stereo digital channels: 8 bidirectional channels.
-Dante / AES 67 channels: 32 bidirectional channels.
-Additional tone generator input: 1 KHz. +4 dBu (-20 dBFS).
-Bandwidth: 20 to 20.000 Hz @ +/- 0.5 dB.
-Balanced electronically analogue line-level inputs and outputs.
-Maximum analogue input and output level: +24 dBu.
-Nominal analogue input and output level: +4 dBu (-20 dBFS).

Level Indicator and meters

– Three-color level indicator for all analogue and digital inputs and outputs at the unit’s front panel.
– Bank of mono or stereo AoIP input and output level meters in Netbox RTC software.
– Precision level metering of a mono or stereo AoIP input or output in Netbox RTC software.
– 4-color level indicator for all audio inputs and outputs in Netbox RTC software.
– Configurable low signal level alarm for any input and output in Netbox RTC software.

GPIOs

-16 physical GPIs at 2 DB15 connectors, including +5V power
supply pin.
-16 physical GPOs at 2 DB15 connectors, including +5V power
supply pin
-256 virtual GPIOs that may be used to perform any of the following functions:

    -Transportation of signalling between devices.
    -Reporting audio presence at any input.
    -Indicate audio absence in any output.
    -Remote muting of any output.
    -Activation and triggering of macros and salvos.

-Physical GPI and GPO are standard GPIO, while virtual GPIO use
AEQ’s proprietary protocol, although it is starting to be implemented by several integrators. GPIO can also be transported through the IP network between compatible devices. This way, a GPI can drive GPOs in other equipment. This is what we call “Virtual GPIO”.

Redundancy

-NETBOX 32 AD MX device optionally features a redundant power supply. In case that one of them stops receiving mains or fails, the system is fed by the other one without any operation disruption.

-NETBOX 32 AD MX includes two Ethernet ports. These may be configured in “Daisy Chain” mode, Primary / Secondary or Master / Slave modes.

– When Primary/Secondary redundancy mode is configured, the
device uses Dante native redundancy system, which allows for
Primary/Secondary failover without losing audio samples as
seamless changeover.

Mixing

-NETBOX 32 AD MX can also mix any of its inputs to any output.
This means that any set of inputs can be mixed to any of the
outputs. Each output gain can be individually adjusted. They can
also be muted.

Network Technology DANTE

-Data format: Dante Audio over IP technology. AES67 compatible.
-Plug-and-play technology – automatic detection of the hardware
and simple audio routing.
-Precise sample-level synchronization, even through several switches.
-Very low and deterministic delay in the entire network.
-Flexible and scalable network topology, supporting a great number of audio transmitters and receivers.
-Supports a single integrated network used for audio, video, control and monitoring. Compatible with other kinds of trac using QoS management.
-Uses low-cost, off-the-self network infrastructure.
-24-bit , 48 KHz. audio resolution.
-Delay: 1-2 ms (@ 48 KHz typical, depending on network performance and complexity).
-2 RJ45 Ethernet ports per interface, 1000 BASE-T, transformer
isolated, that can be used for redundancy or daisy-chain connections.
-Binary rate: 100/1000 Mbps.
-Maximum segment length: 100m max. over CAT5e or better
cabling.

Audio Processing

-NETBOX 32 AD MX provides an “AGC” (Automatic Gain Control)
function which can be applied to any of the AoIP inputs and
outputs without limits. Simple adjustment, only a target level in
dBFS needs to be specified.

General Specifications

-Cooling: Absolutely quiet natural convection cooling system, compatible with studio operation.

-Dimensions and weight:
44 x 482 x 361 mm (1.73″ x 19″ x 14.21″).
4,5 Kg. (9.92 lbs).

-Power supply: Internal power supply (90 – 264V AC, 47-63Hz). Optionally redundant.

-Temperature range: -10 to + 45 º C (32 to 114 º F).

-Easy to install: NETBOX 32 is a 19” rack unit with 1U height.

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