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NEW CONSOLES OUT OF REACH?
RADIUS IS WITHIN YOUR GRASP.
mainstream technology now, with more than 2,000 radio studios
Everybody knows you get what you pay for. And sometimes, quite
Axia helps you build studio facilities to meet today’s most de-
a bit less. Have you ever noticed how “affordable” radio consoles
manding broadcasting applications. With Axia, you can quickly
are usually missing stuff? Important stuff. Trying to do a radio
and easily connect a few rooms, or an entire facility. Axia net-
show with a board like that is like trying to open a can with a
works have a total system capacity of more than 10,000 audio
spoon: you might succeed eventually, but you sure won’t enjoy it.
streams, and can carry hundreds of digital stereo channels (plus
At Axia, we believe that having a reasonable equipment budget
shouldn’t mean having to settle for a stripped-down, poorly built,
featureless plastic excuse of a console. We’ve decided you should
get more than you pay for — much more. Introducing Radius, the
new IP console that proves you can have your cake and eat it, too.
ABOUT AXIA NETWORKS
AAxia is the AoIP division of Telos Systems, a technology leader in
professional audio equipment for radio broadcasters since 1984.
around the world equipped with Axia networks.
machine logic and PAD) over a single CAT-6 cable, eliminating
much of the cost normally associated with wiring labor and infrastructure.
For example: a couple of Axia interface nodes, connected together, can move a group of audio signals over an Ethernet cable from
one room to another. Connect with fiber and you can go across
campus. Attach a few more nodes and a switch and you have a
distributed multi-room routing switcher. Plug in a mixing surface
and console engine to add a powerful networked broadcast console. Add intercom stations for broadcast-quality plant commu-
In 2003, we introduced the world’s first Ethernet-based console
nications that can be taken to air. Plug in your delivery system PC
system for broadcasting. At the time this was a new idea, but
and you can transfer files, live audio, and associated data all over
VoIP showed the telecom industry how powerful, flexible and
the same network. And since Axia audio is networked, Analog
cost-efficient it was to move audio via IP, and the idea caught on
and digital signals are merged seamlessly; cross-point switching
fast with broadcasters, too. AoIP (sometimes called IP-Audio) is
from any source to any destination is fast and easy.
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ABOUT AXIA NETWORKS
But there’s much more to Axia than just the network. Once all of your consoles, peripheral devices and computer workstations are
connected together for unlimited sharing, it’s easy to add phone systems, audio processors, codecs, satellite receivers, program delay
units, or any audio device from the ever-growing list of Axia Partners. All of these devices work together in tight integration, which
leads to more intuitive and intelligent operation. By taking advantage of the efficiencies of computer networking, Axia simplifies,
saves you money, gives you choices, and prepares you for the computer and data-centric studios of today — and tomorrow.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED, IN ONE ELEGANT PACKAGE.
Radius is the easiest AoIP console ever. Just connect the 8-fader mixing surface to the QOR.16 (a sophisticated, integrated console
engine), plug in sources and power, and you’re ready to make great radio!
Radius features three stereo Program buses and a stereo utility bus that can be used for recording phone calls and off-air bits, or as
a fourth Program bus. Radius generates automatic mix-minus for phone callers and remote talent, helping ensure seamless, errorfree shows. Bright multi-segment LED meters are switchable between VU and PPM styles, and high-resolution OLED displays for each
fader show source assignments, audio options and more. Show Profiles can be saved and recalled to instantly load frequently-used
console configurations. Need additional I/O? Just plug in Axia audio nodes. Radius also has four GPIO logic ports for machine control
of studio peripherals, six 100Base-T ports for Livewire devices, and two Gigabit ports with SFP for connection to the outside world.
Because it’s so compact, Radius is the perfect standalone console, but those Gigabit ports can connect to other studios too. Radius’
network gateway lets you load up to 8 audio sources from anywhere in your Livewire network, while sending up to 8 local streams
back out to the net.
Like all Axia consoles, Radius is built for long-lasting reliability, ready to stand up to anything your operators throw at it, with an
EM-tight machined aluminum frame, silky-smooth conductive- plastic faders, aircraft-quality switches and rotary controls, and
OLED high-rez displays on every fader.
THE RADIUS SYSTEM
RADIUS CONTROL SURFACE:
Radius is the AoIP console you’ve been waiting for. Small enough to fit any desktop
- it’s just 20 inches square, with no cutout required. Easy to install? It couldn’t
be easier: there’s just one cable for power, logic and control that connects to the
DSP mixing engine. Plug it in, turn it on, perform some fast Web-based config
with your laptop’s browser, and you’re ready to rock.
Aircraft-quality switches and rotary encoders are used throughout. An anodized,
machined-aluminum surface and extruded aluminum frame to trap RF. Dimmable LED lighting in all keys. Hi-rez OLED displays on every fader. Automatic mixminus on every fader, too. One-touch Record Mode for instant off-air recording. Four Show Profile “snapshots” for instant settings recall. Responsive LED
bargraph meters with switchable VU or PPM metering styles. And the list goes
on, and on, and on...
QOR.16 INTEGRATED AUDIO ENGINE:
Audio I/O, GPIO, console CPU, super-duty power supply, even a network switch,
are all built into the QOR.16. Just plug in your mics, CD players, codecs, profanity
delays, and other audio gear. There are 16 audio I/O ports, plus an Ethernet switch
and logic ports:
hh Two Mic inputs with switchable Phantom power
hh Eight Analog inputs and four Analog outputs
hh One AES/EBU input and output
hh Four GPIO logic ports for machine control of studio peripherals
hh Six 100Base-T ports for Livewire devices
hh Two Gigabit ports with SFP connections
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THE RADIUS SYSTEM
INFORMATION RICH:
OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) technology is something Axia is pretty excited about.
Unlike ordinary LED or LCD displays, OLEDs are high-resolution displays that are extremely
bright, high contrast, and razor-sharp. Axia designers placed an OLED on every Radius
fader strip and packed it full of information.
For instance, press the Options knob at the top of any fader strip, and the OLED at the
bottom lights up. Twist the knob to scroll through a list of audio sources, highlight the
one you want, and push again. You can also choose and modify pan, balance and backfeed
settings. Adjust source gain. Correct phase errors. Toggle between stereo and summed
input modes. The bottom of the OLED displays context-sensitive options such as the ability
to Talkback to the selected source, or to momentarily mute the Operator’s mic. There are
no external monitors to clutter up your studio — all the information your operators need
is right below their fingertips.
Fader
Monitor
FADER CHANNELS:
Radius has a friendly, easy-to-operate interface that virtually erases the operator learning curve. Options knob gives fast access to source selection, pan & balance, and other
frequently-used controls. High-resolution OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) displays
show source name and status information; context-sensitive Soft key changes function
to match the selected audio source. Premium components include smooth 100mm. conductive-plastic faders, LED button lighting and long-life rotary encoders.
MONITOR SECTION:
Radius has features you’d expect to find in consoles costing twice as much. For instance,
Talkback — board-ops can talk to in-studio guests, remote codecs or Phone callers using
the Talk To Backfeeds function. Four Show Profile “snapshots” recall preset console
configurations instantly. A Record Mode that facilitates instant off-air recording of phone
bits or interviews. Monitor selection keys for all four Program buses and two external
sources complete the package.
BUS MASTERS:
On top, you see one of Radius’ three big, bright LED bargraph meters. We made them
that way to be sure jocks’ attention stays fixed on the job at hand — namely, riding gain.
Both VU and PPM metering styles are built-in; simply choose the one you wish to use by
clicking the appropriate option in the Radius Setup web page (any browser on a PC connected
to your QOR.16 will do).
Radius has two dedicated meters for Program 1 and Program 2; the third is a “soft” meter
that you can switch to meter Program 3, Program 4 / Phone / Record, or Monitor at the
touch of a button.
Why meter the Monitor? In addition to speed keys that select direct monitoring of all four
Program buses, Radius has two EXT monitor keys (see Monitor section above). You can assign any source to these keys, either on-the-fly or pre-loaded in a Show Profile. So when
you need to check the level of an incoming remote line, phone interview, or that iPod the
morning guy brought in, all you have to do is quickly assign it to an EXT Monitor key, make
it active and meter the results.
On the right, the time of day (NTP slavable) and the event timer (auto reset or manual) are
shown. They’re big and bright, too.
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THE RADIUS SYSTEM
NO SAWZALL REQUIRED:
Radius was designed to sit right on your desktop — no cutouts to measure and
trace or countertops to cut (although you can make it a drop-in if you like). Since
Radius needs no external monitor, and a single cable connection between the
mixing surface and the QOR.16 engine carries power, logic and control, a 1” passthrough in your furniture is the only hole you’ll have to drill.
VERTICAL MOUNT:
If you’d like to rack up your Radius for industrial, mobile or limited-space applications, you can quickly convert it to fit in a standard 18” rack using the included
hardware. Our special silky-smooth conductive-plastic faders stay where you
put ‘em, even in vertical-mount applications.
No external monitors needed;
easy-to-read segmented LED
meters are built right in.
Three stereo mixing buses plus
a stereo utility bus for plenty
of mixing capacity.
Clock and event timer,
right where you expect them.
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Quickly record phone bits
or off-air segments using
one-touch Record Mode.
Silky-smooth, side-loading
100mm. conductive-plastic
faders beg for your touch.
High-resolution OLED displays
show source assignments,
pan and balance information,
Soft Key actions and more.
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Machined aluminum construction.
Built tough for 24/7/365 use.
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Four Show Profile slots let
operators recall frequentlyused console snapshots.
Monitor section gives board ops
control of control room and studio monitor sources and volume.
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SIMPLE SETUP
Axia FilmCap
Switch Panel
To Production Room
iQ6 Telco Gateway
100BASE-T
1000BASE-T
NETWORK FEED
QOR.32
CONTROL
MONITORS
HOST
LIVEWIRE-ENABLED
SATELLITE RECEIVER
GUEST
Axia iQ mixing console
STUDIO
MONITORS
CD PLAYER
CD PLAYER
Telos Z/IP ONE
IP Codec
Guest Position
Mic Control Panels
AUDIO DELIVERY PC
EASY STANDALONE INSTALLATION. SCALABLE STUDIO NETWORKING.
Radius is powered by the latest Axia technology — the QOR.16 engine. It’s much more than just a simple power supply: the QOR.16
is a self-contained, integrated console engine. Its rock-solid, EM-tight chassis houses an ultra-reliable DSP mixing platform (not a
common PC motherboard) and a hardened power supply designed for unfailing service. In addition, the QOR.16 contains enough
audio and logic I/O for an average studio: mic inputs with switchable Phantom power, analog ins and outs, a pair of AES/EBU inputs
and outputs, and four GPIO ports for machine logic control of your studio devices. (Of course, if you need more I/O, it’s yours — just
connect Axia Audio Nodes to expand your ins and outs).
But that’s not all. Radius is perfect for standalone studios, but it’s from Axia — so naturally, it networks. Inside the QOR.16 is a
built-for-broadcast, zero-configuration Ethernet switch, so you can plug in Livewire network devices like phone systems, remote
codecs, audio processors, playout systems, satellite receivers and more. One CAT-5 connection provides the pathway for all required audio and control data. There are two Gigabit ports too, so you can connect to other studios if you want. Simple Networking
lets you daisy-chain up to four QORs without the need for an external Ethernet switch. And of course, QOR.16 is fan-free, so you
can mount it in your studio without fear of any sort of ambient noise.
FEATURES AT A GLANCE
hh 8 faders, each with instant access to any source. Assign any
hh Smooth, long-life 100mm. conductive-plastic are of side-
type of source to any channel with a simple twist of the Op-
loading design to protect against dirt and contaminant entry.
tions knob.
hh Four main stereo outputs (Program-1 through Program-4).
hh Built-in EQ for “sweetening” of microphone sources.
hh Reconfigurable CR monitor section with direct-selection of
Program buses and reassignable buttons that allow monitoring of external sources.
hh An additional monitor section provides monitor volume,
the current audio source, and, when the Options knob is
source selection and Talkback controls for an associated air
studio.
pressed, offer fast adjustment of fader gain trim, voice
hh Flexible talkback system lets board op talk to studio guests
hh Alpha-numeric OLED displays below each fader always show
EQ, pan and balance, phase correction and other features
without panel clutter or intimidating controls. Channel-input
confidence meters assure talent of audio presence.
hh Each channel is equipped with a context-sensitive Soft key
which can be used to activate talkback or other special functions.
hh Every channel has a stereo Preview (“cue”) function, with a
unique interlock system for fast cuing of multiple sources.
or any Phone or Codec source with an associated backfeed.
hh Up to 8 automatic mix-minuses may be used simultaneously
for phones, remote talent, etc.
hh A unique Record Mode enables one-button setup of record
mixes for phone bits or off-air interviews.
hh Bright, readable bar-graph displays provide responsive,
readable VU or PPM metering styles. Switchable displays allow metering any Program bus or Monitor selection.
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FEATURES AT A GLANCE
hh Meter-bridge display includes a precision event timer that
Ethernet switch with 6 Livewire ports and 2 Gigabit ports for
may be operated manually or triggered by starting preselected sources, and a time-of-day clock that can be synchronized to network time using NTP.
studio networking, 8 analog inputs and 4 analog outputs, 1 AES
hh Four custom Show Profile “snapshots” can be saved to
instantly recall frequently-used console setups – useful to
quickly prepare for interview segments, music-intensive
programming, call-in talk shows, etc.
hh All functions can be accessed remotely for configuration,
management and diagnostic purposes using any standard
Web browser.
hh Radius surface is field-convertible to rack-mounted opera-
input and 1 AES output, 2 Mic inputs with switchable Phantom
power, and 4 GPIO ports for machine control. I/O can be expanded using Axia Audio Nodes.
hh Fan-free, convection-cooled power supply for noiseless instudio operation.
hh Network gateway enables loading up to 8 sources from the
Axia network while exporting up to 8 outputs to the network,
simultaneously.
tion. Special faders provide smooth operation, yet hold their
positions in vertical orientation.
hh Proven surface-and-core architecture separates control from
hh Easy-to-deploy QOR.16 integrated console engine includes
mixing and processing is performed in the QOR.16 Integrated Con-
console CPU and power supply, DSP mixing engine, custom
sole Engine – so studio “accidents” don’t turn into off-air events.
mixing processes. No audio passes directly through Radius; all
FAQs
HOW MANY FADERS CAN A RADIUS HAVE?
ARE YOU SURE THAT’S ENOUGH I/O FOR AN ON-AIR STUDIO?
Radius has 8 faders. If you need more faders, consider its “big
Clients have been telling us that the growing number of
brother”, iQ, which can have up to 24 faders.
Livewire-ready devices helps shrink the need for conventional
I SEE THAT RADIUS CONNECTS TO A “CONSOLE ENGINE” WITH
AUDIO I/O BUILT IN. WHAT IF I NEED MORE INPUTS OR OUTPUTS THAN WHAT’S PROVIDED? CAN I ADD MORE?
Sure! The QOR.16 console engine comes with enough analog ,
mic-level and AES/EBU I/O to power a well-equipped small studio. But if you need more, you can plug in Axia audio nodes.
I/O. For instance, more than 30 Livewire partners are now making profanity delay units, satellite receivers, high-end audio
cards and content delivery systems that integrate with Axia
networks using an Ethernet cable to transport all audio, logic
and messaging. To see a list of Axia partners, visit:
www.AxiaAudio.com/partners/ .
They connect with just a single Ethernet cable.
WHAT IF I NEED MORE I/O THAN IS BUILT-IN TO THE QOR.16?
ETHERNET? I HAVE A SMALL STUDIO.
No problem; it’s easy to expand your I/O by adding an Axia audio
WHY DO I NEED A FANCY NETWORK?
node. In fact, you can connect as many as 6 Livewire devices to
Radius was designed as an easy-to-install console for small
any QOR.16. Even your playout or production PCs that use the
studios. That’s why we put a power supply, CPU, DSP mixing
engine, audio I/O, GPIO and Livewire inputs into a single integrated console engine – the QOR.16. So Radius is perfect for
standalone studios. But, like all Axia gear, it networks, too. So
if your studios expand, you can make your Radius a part of a
Livewire Audio Driver can plug into the Ethernet ports on the
back of each QOR.16.
OK, WHAT IF I WANT TO CONNECT TWO RADIUS CONSOLES
larger studio network.
TOGETHER? DO I NEED AN ETHERNET SWITCH?
HOW MUCH I/O DOES RADIUS’ CONSOLE ENGINE HAVE?
working built into the QOR.16 engine, so you can daisy-chain
QOR.16 comes with 8 Analog inputs, 1 AES/EBU input, 2 Mic
up to four consoles without the need for an external switch. If
inputs with selectable Phantom power, 4 Analog outputs and
your network grows bigger than four consoles, you will need a
1 AES/EBU output. There are also 4 GPIO ports and 6 Ethernet
switch – just ask us and we’ll help you select one that’s right for
ports for connection of Livewire-enabled audio devices.
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Not necessarily. There’s an Ethernet switch with Simple Net-
your facility’s needs.
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WE HAVE SOME STUDIOS BUILT WITH OTHER AXIA CONSOLES.
9002 facility just like those used to build iPads, Droids, 3D LED
WILL RADIUS WORK WITH THEM?
TVs, and other high-tech electronics.
Absolutely! Radius plugs right into existing Axia networks, and
other Axia gear connects to and works seamlessly with Radius.
BUT YOU USED CHEAPER COMPONENTS, RIGHT?
All Axia products use standard switched Ethernet for audio and
No! We understand that your console is the critical link in your
logic transport. This guarantees that our future products will al-
studio. So we use only premium components throughout, like
ways work perfectly with even the earliest Axia equipment.
high-resolution OLED displays, aircraft-quality switches and
SOMEONE TOLD ME THAT RADIUS CAN’T LOAD VERY MANY
NETWORKED INPUTS. IS THAT TRUE?
Actually, the gateway inside the QOR.16 lets you load as many
as 8 audio sources from the network, i.e., sources located outside your studio. You can also simultaneously share up to four
sources for use in other studios. Radius is a self-contained,
standalone console. But, because it’s made by Axia, it networks, too! If 8 networked sources are too few for your needs,
consider our Element 2.0 console – it can load up to 80 networked sources at a time.
CAN I LOAD ANY AUDIO SOURCE TO ANY FADER? WHAT ABOUT
NETWORKED SOURCES?
Yes, you can. Any source plugged into the QOR.16 engine, or any
source available on the Livewire network, can be assigned to
any fader on the console.
DOES LOGIC FOLLOW AUDIO? WHEN I LOAD A SOURCE TO A
FADER, DO THE ON/OFF BUTTONS CONTROL THAT SOURCE?
Yes! In a Livewire system, logic and audio are always routed together. Radius has GPIO ports for machine control of four standard audio devices. If you’re using a Livewire device, audio and
control travel over the same Ethernet cable, so no additional
buttons, 100mm. conductive-plastic faders with side-loading
design to keep dirt and grunge out, high-quality mechanical rotary controls and LED lighting under every switch.
WHAT ABOUT CONSTRUCTION? YOUR COMPETITION SAYS
RADIUS LOOKS “PLASTICKY.”
Like all Axia consoles, Radius is made of RF-proof steel and
machined aluminum. As with all broadcast mixers (even those
made by our competitor!), Radius has some plastic parts – the
molded end bumpers, for example, and the clear meter overlay,
and of course the fader knobs and channel switches. But unlike
those consoles, Radius’ mixing surface is made of machined,
anodized aluminum with laser-etched markings. That means
there’s no plastic overlay to crack, curl or peel, and no paint
markings to rub off, ever.
YOU SAY THAT RADIUS IS A “STANDALONE CONSOLE
THAT NETWORKS.” WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?
Radius’ integrated console engine, the QOR.16, was designed
after listening carefully to clients who asked for an easy way
to set up one or two independent studios. It combines audio
I/O, machine logic, mix engine, console CPU, Ethernet switch
and power supply into one fan-free box. This dramatically cuts
logic connections are needed.
setup time, since there’s only one piece of equipment to con-
DOES RADIUS HAVE A REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLY OPTION?
contained studio that operates all by itself.
Radius is designed for smaller studios, with cost-efficiency in
mind, so no power backup is available. If redundant power is
necessary for you, consider an iQ or Element console, both of
which have available backup power.
figure. Consequently, you can use Radius to quickly build a self-
Of course, if you want to connect your Radius to an IP-Audio
network, you can, with one easy Ethernet connection.
SOME OF QOR.16’S ETHERNET PORTS HAVE POE. WHY?
I HEARD RADIUS IS MADE IN CHINA. WHY?
Many new Ethernet devices use PoE (Power over Ethernet) to
Some console companies seem to think that they can only build
eliminate wall-warts or ride-along power supplies. Some of the
an inexpensive console by taking out features until they hit a
newest Telos phone gear, like the VX broadcast VoIP system,
price point. Our philosophy is just the opposite: to see how
use PoE to power the VSet telephones that work with the sys-
many capabilities we can pack into a console, and still keep the
tem. Axia anticipates that a lot of future, connected, broadcast
price low. To do this, Radius is fabricated in China, in an ISO-
gear will use PoE as well.
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RADIUS SPECIFICATIONS
Like all Axia products, Radius uses only premium, studio-grade
audio components to guarantee maximum fidelity.
MICROPHONE PREAMPLIFIERS
FREQUENCY RESPONSE
hh Source Impedance: 150 ohms
hh Any input to any output: +0.5 / -0.5 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
hh Input Impedance: 4 k ohms minimum, balanced
hh Nominal Level Range: Adjustable, -75 dBu to -20 dBu
hh Input Headroom: >20 dB above nominal input
hh Output Level: +4 dBu, nominal
DYNAMIC RANGE
hh Analog Input to Analog Output: 102 dB referenced to 0 dBFS,
105 dB “A” weighted to 0 dBFS
hh Analog Input to Digital Output: 105 dB referenced to 0 dBFS
ANALOG LINE INPUTS
hh Input Impedance: 20 k Ohms
hh Nominal Level Range: Selectable, +4 dBu or -10dBv
hh Input Headroom: 20 dB above nominal input
ANALOG LINE OUTPUTS
hh Output Source Impedance: <50 ohms balanced
hh Output Load Impedance: 600 ohms, minimum
hh Nominal Output Level: +4 dBu
hh Maximum Output Level: +24 dBu
DIGITAL AUDIO INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
hh Digital Input to Analog Output: 103 dB referenced to 0 dBFS,
106 dB “A” weighted
hh Digital Input to Digital Output: 125 dB
EQUIVALENT INPUT NOISE
hh Microphone Preamp: -128 dBu, 150 ohm source, reference -50
dBu input level
TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION + NOISE
hh Mic Pre Input to Analog Line Output: <0.005%, 1 kHz, -38 dBu
input, +18 dBu output
hh Analog Input to Analog Output: <0.008%, 1 kHz, +18 dBu
input, +18 dBu output
hh Reference Level: +4 dBu (-20 dB FSD)
hh Digital Input to Digital Output: <0.0003%, 1 kHz, -20 dBFS
hh Impedance: 110 Ohm, balanced (XLR)
hh Digital Input to Analog Output: <0.005%, 1 kHz, -6 dBFS input,
hh Signal Format: AES-3 (AES/EBU)
hh AES-3 Input Compliance: 24-bit with selectable sample rate
conversion, 20 kHz to 216kHz input sample rate capable.
+18 dBu output
hh AES-3 Output Compliance: 24-bit
CROSSTALK ISOLATION, STEREO SEPARATION AND
CMRR
hh Digital Reference: Internal (network timebase) or external
hh Analog Line channel to channel isolation: 90 dB isolation
reference 48 kHz, +/- 2 ppm
hh Internal Sampling Rate: 48 kHz
hh Output Sample Rate: 48 kHz
hh A/D Conversions: 24-bit, Delta-Sigma, 256x oversampling
hh D/A Conversions: 24-bit, Delta-Sigma, 256x oversampling
hh Latency <3 ms, mic in to monitor out, including network
and processor loop
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minimum, 20 Hz to 20 kH
hh Microphone channel to channel isolation: 80 dB isolation
minimum, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
hh Analog Line Stereo separation: 85 dB isolation minimum,
20Hz to 20 kHz
hh Analog Line Input CMRR: >50 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
hh Microphone Input CMRR: >50 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
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RADIUS SPECIFICATIONS
POWER SUPPLY AC INPUT, QOR.16
WITH RADIUS CONSOLE
hh Auto-sensing supply, 90VAC to 240VAC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz,
IEC receptacle, internal fuse
hh Power consumption: 100 Watts
OPERATING TEMPERATURES
hh -10 degrees C to +40 degrees C, <90% humidity,
no condensation
DIMENSIONS
hh Radius mixer 20.5” x 19” x 4.5” (desktop to meter bridge)
hh QOR.16 integrated console engine 2.625” x 19” x 15”
Radius AoIP Console (8 faders + monitor controls)
20.45
(519,331)
4.38
(111,175)
19.01
(482,881)
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