|Axia showcases consoles in 5 different models in 16 different sizes, with features to match the needs of virtually any studio
Axia Audio, the IP-Audio division of Telos, is displaying the industry’s most complete line of networked mixing consoles at IBC 2013 in Amsterdam — five different models in 16 different sizes, with features to match the needs of virtually any studio:
- Element, the best-selling IP-Audio console in the world, comes in sizes from 4 to 40 faders in 9 different frame sizes, with a variety of module types offered in both silver and bronze colors. Element has 4 stereo mix buses, Aux sends and returns for sub-mixes and effect loops, onboard voice dynamics and EQ, automatic mix-minus and 40 Virtual Mixer channels that allow pre-mixing of multiple input sources for presentation on a single fader.
- iQ, available in sizes from 8 to 24 faders, with its own custom-matched six-line Telos telephone system, the iQ6. iQ has 4 stereo mixing buses, talkback and automatic per-fader mix-minus, EQ for voice and codec inputs, OLED meter, clock, timer and channel displays, and separate monitor sections for CR and Studio monitor feeds.
- Radius, an 8-fader mixer perfect for medium or downsize on-air studios, with four stereo mixing buses, automatic mix-minus, onboard voice EQ, custom-designed LED meters, OLED channel displays and Show Profiles that allow engineers to save frequently-used console configurations for fast recall.
- DESQ, a 6-fader console that fits into just 18” of desktop space. DESQ has two stereo mixing buses, and features the same automatic per-fader mix-minus as its bigger brothers, along with OLED meter, clock and channel displays, voice EQ and more; perfectly suited to personal studios, dubbing stations, or anywhere big-console features are required in a small space.
- RAQ, the 6-fader networked console that mounts into 4RU of rack space. RAQ has two stereo mixing channels, OLED meters and channel displays, automatic mix-minus, and Show Profiles. It’s perfect for TOCs, news and VO booths, OB vans, shipboard broadcasting, or any application that requires a full-powered rackmount mixer.