QOR.32 Integrated Console Engine

QOR.32 Integrated Console Engine
QOR.32 Integrated Console Engine
OVERVIEW
QOR.32 is an Axia integrated console engine for Axia iQ mixing consoles that combines audio
I/O, a console power supply, mixing engine and built-for-broadcast network switch into one
easy-to-deploy package. Each QOR.32 provides 16 Analog inputs and 8 Analog outputs, 2
AES/EBU inputs and 2 AES/EBU outputs, 4 Microphone inputs with selectable Phantom power,
8 GPIO machine-control logic ports, each with 5 inputs and 5 outputs, an integrated network
switch with 6 Livewire 100Base-T Ethernet ports and 2 1000Base-T (Gigabit) ports with SFP, a
heavy-duty Telecom-grade power supply with fanless convection cooling, and an industrialgrade CPU designed for harsh-environment reliability.
Use QOR.32 with an Axia iQ mixing console as a standalone studio solution, or connect to other
Axia equipment as part of a larger IP-Audio network. Simple Networking allows daisy-chain
connection of up to 4 QOR-based studios without the use of an external network switch.
Connecting a QOR Backup adds auto-switching redundant backup power. I/O can easily be
expanded using Axia xNodes audio interfaces.
FEATURES
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Fanless design with heavy machined heat-sinks is completely silent in-studio.
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Front-panel LED display monitors power and network status.
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Telecom grade power supplies are designed for maximum uptime under harsh
conditions.
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Add a QOR Backup to QOR.32 for dual-redundant power supply with automatic,
seamless switching.
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Built-in, zero-configuration network switch with Gigabit and SFP for long-distance fiber
connection.
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Large variety of built-in audio I/O boasts studio-grade audio performance specs.
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Add more I/O a la carte using Axia Audio xNodes.
IN DEPTH
QOR.32 Integrated Console Engine
The QOR.32 integrated console engine is a DSP-based mixing engine with onboard I/O, GPIO,
console power supply and custom-built, configuration-free Ethernet switch. You’ll find plenty of
I/O, including mic inputs with selectable Phantom power, analog and AES/EBU inputs and
outputs, plenty of GPIO machine-control logic ports, and that powerful integrated Ethernet
switch with Livewire ports to add local sources, and Gigabit ports for networking with the rest of
your plant. That’s a lot of I/O, but if you need more you can instantly add it just by plugging in
Axia xNode audio interfaces. And QOR.32 is convection-cooled for utterly silent, fan-free
operation.
Take a look around back and ou’ll find everything you need for an average, medium-sized
studio: 4 mic inputs with selectable Phantom power, 16 stereo analog inputs and 8 stereo
analog outputs, 2 AES/EBU inputs and 2 AES/EBU outputs, 8 GPIO machine-control logic ports
(each with 5 opto-isolated inputs and 5 outputs).
There’s Livewire I/O as well: the QOR.32 has an integrated Ethernet switch with 6 Livewire
100Base-T ports. 4 of those ports have PoE (Power over Ethernet) that you can use to connect
and power networked devices compatible with the IEEE 802.1af PoE standard (like our xNode
audio interfaces, or Telos VSet phones). You’ll also find 2 1000Base-T Gigabit ports (RJ-45 &
SFP) that you can use to connect to other studios. 4 CANBus ports provide for connection of up
to 3 Axia iQ console frames, allowing construction of consoles up to 24 faders in size. By the
way, that zero-configuration Ethernet switch is built specifically to handle IP-Audio. No settings
to tweak, no configuration code to upload – just plug it in and go. The built-in configurable
network gateway allows loading sources from other studios, while simultaneously exporting
audio streams for use elsewhere; the gateway can be configured for 12-in, 4-out or 8-in, 8-out
modes. You can even daisy-chain up to four QOR-based studios directly, for a self-contained
network that doesn’t require an external Ethernet switch. No other console company makes
AoIP this easy.
For installations that require redundant backup power, there’s the QOR Backup. Connect it to
the QOR.32 and you’ve added a redundant backup power supply with auto-switchover. Most
redundant supplies protect only the console, but with Axia’s integrated console engine concept,
the mixing engine, local audio I/O and network switch are protected as well.
SPECIFICATIONS
QOR.32 Connections
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Microphone Inputs: 4x balanced XLR-F, with selectable Phantom power
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Analog Inputs: 16x RJ-45, StudioHub+ standard.
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Analog Outputs: 8x RJ-45, StudioHub+ standard.
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AES/EBU Inputs: 2x RJ-45, StudioHub+ standard.
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AES/EBU Outputs: 2x RJ-45, StudioHub+ standard.
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GPIO: 8x DB-15
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Livewire: 4x 100Base-T with PoE, RJ-45, 2x 100Base-T, RJ-45, 2x 1000Base-T, RJ-45,
2x Gigabit, SFP (Small Form Pluggable)
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Console Frame Connections: 3x, 6-pin “latch and lock” style
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Accessory Connections: 1x, 6-pin “latch and lock” style
Microphone Preamplifiers
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Source Impedance: 150 ohms
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Input Impedance: 4 k ohms minimum, balanced
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Nominal Level Range: Adjustable, -75 dBu to -20 dBu
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Input Headroom: >20 dB above nominal input
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Output Level: +4 dBu, nominal
Analog Line Inputs
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Input Impedance: 20 k Ohms
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Nominal Level Range: Selectable, +4 dBu or -10dBv
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Input Headroom: 20 dB above nominal input
Analog Line Outputs
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Output Source Impedance: <50 ohms balanced
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Output Load Impedance: 600 ohms, minimum
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Nominal Output Level: +4 dBu
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Maximum Output Level: +24 dBu
Digital Audio Inputs And Outputs
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Reference Level: +4 dBu (-20 dB FSD)
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Impedance: 110 Ohm, balanced (XLR)
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Signal Format: AES-3 (AES/EBU)
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AES-3 Input Compliance: 24-bit with selectable sample rate conversion, 20 kHz to
216kHz input sample rate capable.
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AES-3 Output Compliance: 24-bit
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Digital Reference: Internal (network timebase) or external reference 48 kHz, +/- 2 ppm
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Internal Sampling Rate: 48 kHz
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Output Sample Rate: 48 kHz
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A/D Conversions: 24-bit, Delta-Sigma, 256x oversampling
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D/A Conversions: 24-bit, Delta-Sigma, 256x oversampling
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Latency <3 ms, mic in to monitor out, including network and processor loop
Frequency Response
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Any input to any output: +0.5 / -0.5 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Dynamic Range
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Analog Input to Analog Output: 102 dB referenced to 0 dBFS, 105 dB “A” weighted to 0
dBFS
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Analog Input to Digital Output: 105 dB referenced to 0 dBFS
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Digital Input to Analog Output: 103 dB referenced to 0 dBFS, 106 dB “A” weighted
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Digital Input to Digital Output: 125 dB
Equivalent Input Noise
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Microphone Preamp: -128 dBu, 150 ohm source, reference -50 dBu input level
Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise
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Mic Pre Input to Analog Line Output: <0.005%, 1 kHz, -38 dBu input, +18 dBu output
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Analog Input to Analog Output: <0.008%, 1 kHz, +18 dBu input, +18 dBu output
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Digital Input to Digital Output: <0.0003%, 1 kHz, -20 dBFS
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Digital Input to Analog Output: <0.005%, 1 kHz, -6 dBFS input, +18 dBu output
Crosstalk Isolation, Stereo Separation And CMRR
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Analog Line channel to channel isolation: 90 dB isolation minimum, 20 Hz to 20 kH
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Microphone channel to channel isolation: 80 dB isolation minimum, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
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Analog Line Stereo separation: 85 dB isolation minimum, 20Hz to 20 kHz
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Analog Line Input CMRR: >50 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
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Microphone Input CMRR: >50 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Audio Processing
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Mic Equalizer (applicable to up to 6 faders)
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Frequency Bands: 20Hz to 320Hz, 125Hz to 2KHz, 1.25KHz to 20KHz.
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Cut/Boost range on each band: -25dB to +15dB.
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Q-factor: Automatic - bandwidth varies based on amount of cut or boost.
Power Supply AC Input, QOR.32 / QOR Backup
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Auto-sensing supply, 90VAC to 240VAC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz, IEC receptacle, internal fuse
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Power consumption: 100 Watts
Operating Temperatures
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-10 degrees C to +40 degrees C, <90% humidity, no condensation
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