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Attero Tech makes a family

Attero Tech makes a family

Attero Tech makes a family

A new range of audio extension I/O modules has been unveiled by Attero Tech

The new Axiom product family from Attero Tech consists of the ML1, USB1 and AXP2O. The ML1 provides a mic/line interface and a balanced XLR combo input with 10–50dB of gain adjustment on the interface to accommodate wide microphone sensitivities in a single gang US Decora-style form factor. The ¼-inch input on the combo input accepts a full-scale line input up to +20dBu. A separate 3.5mm stereo line-level input features 20dB of gain adjustment on the interface. Audio from both mic and 3.5mm line inputs can be output separately or mono-summed via selector switches configured at the time of installation.

The USB1 allows audio input from a PC, and can be mounted in-wall, in a table pocket or as part of a lectern surface. The USB1 accepts 16-bit USB audio at 44.1K or 48K sample rates. Audio volume and muting are remotely controllable via RS-232. The AXP2O is used as the expander solution to interface the analogue audio outputs of up to two Axiom devices to the inputs of a business music system mixer, DSP or amplifier. In addition, the AXP2O provides DC power to the UTP-connected Axiom products.

Two new additions have also been added to Attero Tech’s Axon line of networked AVC products. The first is the A4Mio, a 1/3-rack space audio interface with four studio-grade microphone preamps, adjustable in 1dB increments. Full 48V phantom power is provided to optimally accommodate any microphone. In line-level mode, the inputs will accept up to +24dBu audio signal levels. Four balanced outputs provide up to +24dBu output levels and have a switchable output pad to provide mic level outputs as well. Similar to the A4Mio is the A8Mio, a ½-rack space audio interface providing analogue connectivity for eight inputs and eight outputs with AES67 audio networking. Both products feature dual Ethernet ports. The devices come with a Q-Sys Designer plug-in for use with all QSC Core platform DSP products. They are also compatible with all Dante devices which enable AES67 mode.

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