Axia iQ Console Quick Start Guide
OUTPUT AND SOURCE CONFIGURATION
OUTPUT AND SOURCE CONFIGURATION (CONT.)
B
1. Remain logged in to the QOR Control Center.
C
2. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under IO Manager, click “Outputs” (A) to
view the Outputs screen (B)
3. Enter the name “Headphones” in the name field
column (C) for Analog 1.
D
2. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays “My
Mic”, then press the Options knob (M) to select.
K
3. Locate the “Soft” key (N) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
16. Select the “Analog 1” option from the Source input
dropdown menu (K).
E
A
G
20. Select the “Microphone 1” option from the Source
input dropdown menu (K).
H
7. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under Profile Manager, click “Sources” (F).
L
G
H
J
10. Enter “1 kHz Tone” in the Source Name field (J).
I
11. On the fader strips for channels 1, 2 and 3, press the PGM 1
(U, V, W) button for each fader to assign the channel to those
mixes.
12. Press the “On” button (X) for channel 3 and adjust the
linear fader (Y) for the channel until you see the PROGRAM 1
meter on the OLED display (Z) reach -20. Adjust the Monitors
knob (S) as needed for proper monitoring of the volume in
the speakers.
Your inputs and outputs have now been configured.
Let’s get to the fun part. Continue to “Testing Inputs and
Outputs”.
J
K
11. Select the “Sine 1 kHz – 20dBFS” option from the
Source input dropdown menu (K).
8. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays
“1 kHz Tone”, then press the Options knob (Q) to select.
Y
10. To the right of the faders, locate the Monitors knob (S). Above
the Monitors knob, press the PGM 1 button (T) so you are
monitoring Program 1.
CONTINUE TO TESTING
9. An expanded new Source Profile screen will open (I).
7. Press the top Options knob (Q) of channel 3 (the third fader
position).
9. Locate the “Soft” key (R) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
21. Click the “OK” button (L).
F
W
6. Locate the “Soft” key (P) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
19. Enter “My Mic” in the Source Name field (J).
6. In the Output column (D), click the dropdown menu
for Analog 2 and select “CR Monitor”.
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5. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays
“Stereo-Src”, then press the Options knob (O) to select.
18. From the dropdown menu (H) next to the Create
button (G), select “Operator Microphone”, then click
the Create button (G). An expanded new Source
Profile screen will open.
5. Enter the name “Monitor Spkrs” in the name field
column (C) for Analog 2.
U
O
4. Press the top Options knob (O) of channel 2 (the second fader
position).
17. Click the “OK” button (L).
4. In the Output column (D), click the dropdown menu
for Analog 1 and select “CR Headphones”. Click the
"Apply" button (E).
8. Click the “Create” button (G). (Note, the dropdown
menu (H) to the right of the Create button should
remain at its default value of “Line Input”.)
J
M
1. On the console, press the top Options knob (M) of channel 1
(the first fader position).
14. An expanded new Source Profile screen will open.
15. Enter “Stereo-Src” in the Source Name field (J).
QUICK-START INSTALLATION GUIDE
TESTING INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
N
CC
P
R
BB
X
13. Press the “Off” button (AA) for channel 3 to turn off the
channel.
K
14. Press the “On” button (BB) for channel 2 and adjust the
levels of the source. Make sure there is audio coming from
your stereo source.
15. You should now hear whatever tunes you are jamming to!
12. Click the “OK” button (L).
DD
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING THE AXIA IQ IP-AUDIO CONSOLE.
We have made the Axia iQ console system easy to set up and configure. This quick-start guide will take you through
the basic steps to configure your new iQ 8-Fader Main Frame and QOR.32 engine to have you broadcasting in no
time. Before we get started, let’s make sure you have what you need.
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There are a few additional items required for a successful installation. Check the list below and make sure
you have what you need.
16. Press the “On” button for channel 1 (CC), the speakers should
now be muted. Pull on your headphones and adjust the levels
for your headphones to a comfortable level.
13. Click the “Create” button (G) again. (Note, the
dropdown menu (H) to the right of the Create button
should remain at its default value of “Line Input”.)
17. Press the “Off” button for channel 2 (DD) to turn off the
channel.
INSTALLATION HELP
L
G
H
18. Adjust the level of channel 1 as you speak into the
microphone. Note: If you are not able to get adequate levels
from the mic, you may need to adjust the gain stages from
step 4 of “Basic Local Input Configuration”.
For more details on other configuration options, or for
additional information about configuring a particular
Axia iQ model, please access the full manual online at
http://www.telosalliance.com/Axia/iQ.
If you have more questions, call the Telos Alliance 24/7
Support Team at +1 (216) 622-0247, or email us at
[email protected], we’d be happy to help
you out.
YOUR SETUP IS COMPLETE!
L
S
Z
That’s it! You are now ready to experience Axia iQ, the high
performance audio console for today’s broadcast studio.
©2016 TLS Corp., All Rights Reserved.
REQUIRED EQUIPMENT, CABLES, AND ACCESSORIES:
1490-00148-001 — QUICK START GUIDE: IQ CONSOLES
C15/16017
Included items:
Items you need to supply:
• iQ Main Frame and QOR.32
(packed separately)
• iQ Power cable
• 6-pin Molex™ cable
• Ethernet cable
• PC with available Ethernet port connected to a
monitor and keyboard
• Audio cable and/or StudioHub adapters
INITIAL SET UP
INPUT CONFIGURATION
NETWORK CONFIGURATION
2. Open a web browser and type the assigned IP address of
the iQ into the URL field (O).
1. Set a static IP address of 192.168.2.100 and subnet mask of
255.255.255.0 to the connected PC. The default address of
the QOR.32 will be 192.168.2.27. Note: If you wish to use a
different IP address or subnet mask for your iQ, proceed to
the next step below “Assigning a custom IP address to your
iQ”, otherwise continue to Step 2 on the next panel.
3. The QOR Control Center (P) will launch.
J
5. A screen (R) will appear prompting you for authentication.
When prompted, enter user name "user", password is left
blank.
ASSIGNING A CUSTOM IP ADDRESS TO YOUR IQ
(OPTIONAL STEP)
1. Connect the end of the provided 6-pin Molex cable without the strain relief to the Molex port (A)
on the underside of the iQ Main Frame.
2. Connect the other end of the 6-pin Molex cable to the Console 1 port (B) on the QOR.32 unit.
3. Connect a microphone to MIC 1 (C).
4. Connect an analog stereo source to IN 1 (D) (preferably a professional line level source).
c. Once your required settings have been entered, turn the
Studio Monitor control knob (M) until “Save + Reboot” (N) is
displayed and press knob to enter.
L
The console is now recognized by the network and is
ready for input configuration. Continue to the “Input
Configuration” instructions.
M
L
d. Set a static IP address to the connected PC within the same
network as the iQ’s new IP address.
e. Continue to Step 2.
M
N
U
T
V
W
X
4. Enter gain stage (V) as needed for the connected
microphone.
Q
5. Click the “Apply” button (W).
6. Enter useful labeling in the name field column (X) for
Analog 1.
7. Click the “Apply” button (Y).
6. Connect headphone amplifier to OUT 1 (F).
8. Connect Ethernet cable to the 100 Mbps Ethernet port (H) (marked 100BT) on the QOR.32,
connect other end directly to the Ethernet port (I) on a PC.
3. Enter useful labeling in the name field column (U)
for Microphone-1.
CONTINUE TO INPUT CONFIGURATION
5. Connect powered speakers or speaker amplifier to OUT 2 (E).
7. Connect the QOR.32 to AC Mains (G) using the supplied power cable.
P
6. The QOR Control Center will display the Console
Configuration page (S) which lists the connected
console. Confirm the console you have connected is listed
as connected to the appropriate port.
M
b. Turn the Studio Monitor control knob (M) to navigate the
options on the Studio display (L) below the knob. Turn knob
to Navigate to “IP Address”. To change the default IP address,
press knob and enter the IP address. Each 8-bit position of
the IP address must be selected individually by turning the
knob until the desired number appears and pressing knob
to select. If Subnet Mask and Gateway options are required
for your network, turn the Studio Monitor control knob to
navigate to these options and enter values.
PHYSICAL CONNECTIONS
1. Remain logged in to the QOR Control Center.
2. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under IO Manager, click “Inputs” (T).
4. Select “Console Config” (Q) in the left column navigation
under Module Manager.
K
a. On the iQ Main Console simultaneously press and hold the
Meter (J) and Clock (K) Keys until the OLED Studio display (L)
shows the system options.
O
R
CONTINUE TO OUTPUT CONFIGURATION
S
Inputs are now configured and your console is ready
for output configuration. Continue to the “Output
Configuration” instructions.
Y
INITIAL SET UP
INPUT CONFIGURATION
NETWORK CONFIGURATION
2. Open a web browser and type the assigned IP address of
the iQ into the URL field (O).
1. Set a static IP address of 192.168.2.100 and subnet mask of
255.255.255.0 to the connected PC. The default address of
the QOR.32 will be 192.168.2.27. Note: If you wish to use a
different IP address or subnet mask for your iQ, proceed to
the next step below “Assigning a custom IP address to your
iQ”, otherwise continue to Step 2 on the next panel.
3. The QOR Control Center (P) will launch.
J
5. A screen (R) will appear prompting you for authentication.
When prompted, enter user name "user", password is left
blank.
ASSIGNING A CUSTOM IP ADDRESS TO YOUR IQ
(OPTIONAL STEP)
1. Connect the end of the provided 6-pin Molex cable without the strain relief to the Molex port (A)
on the underside of the iQ Main Frame.
2. Connect the other end of the 6-pin Molex cable to the Console 1 port (B) on the QOR.32 unit.
3. Connect a microphone to MIC 1 (C).
4. Connect an analog stereo source to IN 1 (D) (preferably a professional line level source).
c. Once your required settings have been entered, turn the
Studio Monitor control knob (M) until “Save + Reboot” (N) is
displayed and press knob to enter.
L
The console is now recognized by the network and is
ready for input configuration. Continue to the “Input
Configuration” instructions.
M
L
d. Set a static IP address to the connected PC within the same
network as the iQ’s new IP address.
e. Continue to Step 2.
M
N
U
T
V
W
X
4. Enter gain stage (V) as needed for the connected
microphone.
Q
5. Click the “Apply” button (W).
6. Enter useful labeling in the name field column (X) for
Analog 1.
7. Click the “Apply” button (Y).
6. Connect headphone amplifier to OUT 1 (F).
8. Connect Ethernet cable to the 100 Mbps Ethernet port (H) (marked 100BT) on the QOR.32,
connect other end directly to the Ethernet port (I) on a PC.
3. Enter useful labeling in the name field column (U)
for Microphone-1.
CONTINUE TO INPUT CONFIGURATION
5. Connect powered speakers or speaker amplifier to OUT 2 (E).
7. Connect the QOR.32 to AC Mains (G) using the supplied power cable.
P
6. The QOR Control Center will display the Console
Configuration page (S) which lists the connected
console. Confirm the console you have connected is listed
as connected to the appropriate port.
M
b. Turn the Studio Monitor control knob (M) to navigate the
options on the Studio display (L) below the knob. Turn knob
to Navigate to “IP Address”. To change the default IP address,
press knob and enter the IP address. Each 8-bit position of
the IP address must be selected individually by turning the
knob until the desired number appears and pressing knob
to select. If Subnet Mask and Gateway options are required
for your network, turn the Studio Monitor control knob to
navigate to these options and enter values.
PHYSICAL CONNECTIONS
1. Remain logged in to the QOR Control Center.
2. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under IO Manager, click “Inputs” (T).
4. Select “Console Config” (Q) in the left column navigation
under Module Manager.
K
a. On the iQ Main Console simultaneously press and hold the
Meter (J) and Clock (K) Keys until the OLED Studio display (L)
shows the system options.
O
R
CONTINUE TO OUTPUT CONFIGURATION
S
Inputs are now configured and your console is ready
for output configuration. Continue to the “Output
Configuration” instructions.
Y
INITIAL SET UP
INPUT CONFIGURATION
NETWORK CONFIGURATION
2. Open a web browser and type the assigned IP address of
the iQ into the URL field (O).
1. Set a static IP address of 192.168.2.100 and subnet mask of
255.255.255.0 to the connected PC. The default address of
the QOR.32 will be 192.168.2.27. Note: If you wish to use a
different IP address or subnet mask for your iQ, proceed to
the next step below “Assigning a custom IP address to your
iQ”, otherwise continue to Step 2 on the next panel.
3. The QOR Control Center (P) will launch.
J
5. A screen (R) will appear prompting you for authentication.
When prompted, enter user name "user", password is left
blank.
ASSIGNING A CUSTOM IP ADDRESS TO YOUR IQ
(OPTIONAL STEP)
1. Connect the end of the provided 6-pin Molex cable without the strain relief to the Molex port (A)
on the underside of the iQ Main Frame.
2. Connect the other end of the 6-pin Molex cable to the Console 1 port (B) on the QOR.32 unit.
3. Connect a microphone to MIC 1 (C).
4. Connect an analog stereo source to IN 1 (D) (preferably a professional line level source).
c. Once your required settings have been entered, turn the
Studio Monitor control knob (M) until “Save + Reboot” (N) is
displayed and press knob to enter.
L
The console is now recognized by the network and is
ready for input configuration. Continue to the “Input
Configuration” instructions.
M
L
d. Set a static IP address to the connected PC within the same
network as the iQ’s new IP address.
e. Continue to Step 2.
M
N
U
T
V
W
X
4. Enter gain stage (V) as needed for the connected
microphone.
Q
5. Click the “Apply” button (W).
6. Enter useful labeling in the name field column (X) for
Analog 1.
7. Click the “Apply” button (Y).
6. Connect headphone amplifier to OUT 1 (F).
8. Connect Ethernet cable to the 100 Mbps Ethernet port (H) (marked 100BT) on the QOR.32,
connect other end directly to the Ethernet port (I) on a PC.
3. Enter useful labeling in the name field column (U)
for Microphone-1.
CONTINUE TO INPUT CONFIGURATION
5. Connect powered speakers or speaker amplifier to OUT 2 (E).
7. Connect the QOR.32 to AC Mains (G) using the supplied power cable.
P
6. The QOR Control Center will display the Console
Configuration page (S) which lists the connected
console. Confirm the console you have connected is listed
as connected to the appropriate port.
M
b. Turn the Studio Monitor control knob (M) to navigate the
options on the Studio display (L) below the knob. Turn knob
to Navigate to “IP Address”. To change the default IP address,
press knob and enter the IP address. Each 8-bit position of
the IP address must be selected individually by turning the
knob until the desired number appears and pressing knob
to select. If Subnet Mask and Gateway options are required
for your network, turn the Studio Monitor control knob to
navigate to these options and enter values.
PHYSICAL CONNECTIONS
1. Remain logged in to the QOR Control Center.
2. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under IO Manager, click “Inputs” (T).
4. Select “Console Config” (Q) in the left column navigation
under Module Manager.
K
a. On the iQ Main Console simultaneously press and hold the
Meter (J) and Clock (K) Keys until the OLED Studio display (L)
shows the system options.
O
R
CONTINUE TO OUTPUT CONFIGURATION
S
Inputs are now configured and your console is ready
for output configuration. Continue to the “Output
Configuration” instructions.
Y
INITIAL SET UP
INPUT CONFIGURATION
NETWORK CONFIGURATION
2. Open a web browser and type the assigned IP address of
the iQ into the URL field (O).
1. Set a static IP address of 192.168.2.100 and subnet mask of
255.255.255.0 to the connected PC. The default address of
the QOR.32 will be 192.168.2.27. Note: If you wish to use a
different IP address or subnet mask for your iQ, proceed to
the next step below “Assigning a custom IP address to your
iQ”, otherwise continue to Step 2 on the next panel.
3. The QOR Control Center (P) will launch.
J
5. A screen (R) will appear prompting you for authentication.
When prompted, enter user name "user", password is left
blank.
ASSIGNING A CUSTOM IP ADDRESS TO YOUR IQ
(OPTIONAL STEP)
1. Connect the end of the provided 6-pin Molex cable without the strain relief to the Molex port (A)
on the underside of the iQ Main Frame.
2. Connect the other end of the 6-pin Molex cable to the Console 1 port (B) on the QOR.32 unit.
3. Connect a microphone to MIC 1 (C).
4. Connect an analog stereo source to IN 1 (D) (preferably a professional line level source).
c. Once your required settings have been entered, turn the
Studio Monitor control knob (M) until “Save + Reboot” (N) is
displayed and press knob to enter.
L
The console is now recognized by the network and is
ready for input configuration. Continue to the “Input
Configuration” instructions.
M
L
d. Set a static IP address to the connected PC within the same
network as the iQ’s new IP address.
e. Continue to Step 2.
M
N
U
T
V
W
X
4. Enter gain stage (V) as needed for the connected
microphone.
Q
5. Click the “Apply” button (W).
6. Enter useful labeling in the name field column (X) for
Analog 1.
7. Click the “Apply” button (Y).
6. Connect headphone amplifier to OUT 1 (F).
8. Connect Ethernet cable to the 100 Mbps Ethernet port (H) (marked 100BT) on the QOR.32,
connect other end directly to the Ethernet port (I) on a PC.
3. Enter useful labeling in the name field column (U)
for Microphone-1.
CONTINUE TO INPUT CONFIGURATION
5. Connect powered speakers or speaker amplifier to OUT 2 (E).
7. Connect the QOR.32 to AC Mains (G) using the supplied power cable.
P
6. The QOR Control Center will display the Console
Configuration page (S) which lists the connected
console. Confirm the console you have connected is listed
as connected to the appropriate port.
M
b. Turn the Studio Monitor control knob (M) to navigate the
options on the Studio display (L) below the knob. Turn knob
to Navigate to “IP Address”. To change the default IP address,
press knob and enter the IP address. Each 8-bit position of
the IP address must be selected individually by turning the
knob until the desired number appears and pressing knob
to select. If Subnet Mask and Gateway options are required
for your network, turn the Studio Monitor control knob to
navigate to these options and enter values.
PHYSICAL CONNECTIONS
1. Remain logged in to the QOR Control Center.
2. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under IO Manager, click “Inputs” (T).
4. Select “Console Config” (Q) in the left column navigation
under Module Manager.
K
a. On the iQ Main Console simultaneously press and hold the
Meter (J) and Clock (K) Keys until the OLED Studio display (L)
shows the system options.
O
R
CONTINUE TO OUTPUT CONFIGURATION
S
Inputs are now configured and your console is ready
for output configuration. Continue to the “Output
Configuration” instructions.
Y
OUTPUT AND SOURCE CONFIGURATION
OUTPUT AND SOURCE CONFIGURATION (CONT.)
B
1. Remain logged in to the QOR Control Center.
C
2. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under IO Manager, click “Outputs” (A) to
view the Outputs screen (B)
3. Enter the name “Headphones” in the name field
column (C) for Analog 1.
D
2. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays “My
Mic”, then press the Options knob (M) to select.
K
3. Locate the “Soft” key (N) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
16. Select the “Analog 1” option from the Source input
dropdown menu (K).
E
A
G
20. Select the “Microphone 1” option from the Source
input dropdown menu (K).
H
7. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under Profile Manager, click “Sources” (F).
L
G
H
J
10. Enter “1 kHz Tone” in the Source Name field (J).
I
11. On the fader strips for channels 1, 2 and 3, press the PGM 1
(U, V, W) button for each fader to assign the channel to those
mixes.
12. Press the “On” button (X) for channel 3 and adjust the
linear fader (Y) for the channel until you see the PROGRAM 1
meter on the OLED display (Z) reach -20. Adjust the Monitors
knob (S) as needed for proper monitoring of the volume in
the speakers.
Your inputs and outputs have now been configured.
Let’s get to the fun part. Continue to “Testing Inputs and
Outputs”.
J
K
11. Select the “Sine 1 kHz – 20dBFS” option from the
Source input dropdown menu (K).
8. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays
“1 kHz Tone”, then press the Options knob (Q) to select.
Y
10. To the right of the faders, locate the Monitors knob (S). Above
the Monitors knob, press the PGM 1 button (T) so you are
monitoring Program 1.
CONTINUE TO TESTING
9. An expanded new Source Profile screen will open (I).
7. Press the top Options knob (Q) of channel 3 (the third fader
position).
9. Locate the “Soft” key (R) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
21. Click the “OK” button (L).
F
W
6. Locate the “Soft” key (P) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
19. Enter “My Mic” in the Source Name field (J).
6. In the Output column (D), click the dropdown menu
for Analog 2 and select “CR Monitor”.
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AXIA IQ IP-AUDIO CONSOLE
Q
5. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays
“Stereo-Src”, then press the Options knob (O) to select.
18. From the dropdown menu (H) next to the Create
button (G), select “Operator Microphone”, then click
the Create button (G). An expanded new Source
Profile screen will open.
5. Enter the name “Monitor Spkrs” in the name field
column (C) for Analog 2.
U
O
4. Press the top Options knob (O) of channel 2 (the second fader
position).
17. Click the “OK” button (L).
4. In the Output column (D), click the dropdown menu
for Analog 1 and select “CR Headphones”. Click the
"Apply" button (E).
8. Click the “Create” button (G). (Note, the dropdown
menu (H) to the right of the Create button should
remain at its default value of “Line Input”.)
J
M
1. On the console, press the top Options knob (M) of channel 1
(the first fader position).
14. An expanded new Source Profile screen will open.
15. Enter “Stereo-Src” in the Source Name field (J).
QUICK-START INSTALLATION GUIDE
TESTING INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
N
CC
P
R
BB
X
13. Press the “Off” button (AA) for channel 3 to turn off the
channel.
K
14. Press the “On” button (BB) for channel 2 and adjust the
levels of the source. Make sure there is audio coming from
your stereo source.
15. You should now hear whatever tunes you are jamming to!
12. Click the “OK” button (L).
DD
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING THE AXIA IQ IP-AUDIO CONSOLE.
We have made the Axia iQ console system easy to set up and configure. This quick-start guide will take you through
the basic steps to configure your new iQ 8-Fader Main Frame and QOR.32 engine to have you broadcasting in no
time. Before we get started, let’s make sure you have what you need.
AA
T
There are a few additional items required for a successful installation. Check the list below and make sure
you have what you need.
16. Press the “On” button for channel 1 (CC), the speakers should
now be muted. Pull on your headphones and adjust the levels
for your headphones to a comfortable level.
13. Click the “Create” button (G) again. (Note, the
dropdown menu (H) to the right of the Create button
should remain at its default value of “Line Input”.)
17. Press the “Off” button for channel 2 (DD) to turn off the
channel.
INSTALLATION HELP
L
G
H
18. Adjust the level of channel 1 as you speak into the
microphone. Note: If you are not able to get adequate levels
from the mic, you may need to adjust the gain stages from
step 4 of “Basic Local Input Configuration”.
For more details on other configuration options, or for
additional information about configuring a particular
Axia iQ model, please access the full manual online at
http://www.telosalliance.com/Axia/iQ.
If you have more questions, call the Telos Alliance 24/7
Support Team at +1 (216) 622-0247, or email us at
[email protected], we’d be happy to help
you out.
YOUR SETUP IS COMPLETE!
L
S
Z
That’s it! You are now ready to experience Axia iQ, the high
performance audio console for today’s broadcast studio.
©2016 TLS Corp., All Rights Reserved.
REQUIRED EQUIPMENT, CABLES, AND ACCESSORIES:
1490-00148-001 — QUICK START GUIDE: IQ CONSOLES
C15/16017
Included items:
Items you need to supply:
• iQ Main Frame and QOR.32
(packed separately)
• iQ Power cable
• 6-pin Molex™ cable
• Ethernet cable
• PC with available Ethernet port connected to a
monitor and keyboard
• Audio cable and/or StudioHub adapters
OUTPUT AND SOURCE CONFIGURATION
OUTPUT AND SOURCE CONFIGURATION (CONT.)
B
1. Remain logged in to the QOR Control Center.
C
2. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under IO Manager, click “Outputs” (A) to
view the Outputs screen (B)
3. Enter the name “Headphones” in the name field
column (C) for Analog 1.
D
2. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays “My
Mic”, then press the Options knob (M) to select.
K
3. Locate the “Soft” key (N) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
16. Select the “Analog 1” option from the Source input
dropdown menu (K).
E
A
G
20. Select the “Microphone 1” option from the Source
input dropdown menu (K).
H
7. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under Profile Manager, click “Sources” (F).
L
G
H
J
10. Enter “1 kHz Tone” in the Source Name field (J).
I
11. On the fader strips for channels 1, 2 and 3, press the PGM 1
(U, V, W) button for each fader to assign the channel to those
mixes.
12. Press the “On” button (X) for channel 3 and adjust the
linear fader (Y) for the channel until you see the PROGRAM 1
meter on the OLED display (Z) reach -20. Adjust the Monitors
knob (S) as needed for proper monitoring of the volume in
the speakers.
Your inputs and outputs have now been configured.
Let’s get to the fun part. Continue to “Testing Inputs and
Outputs”.
J
K
11. Select the “Sine 1 kHz – 20dBFS” option from the
Source input dropdown menu (K).
8. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays
“1 kHz Tone”, then press the Options knob (Q) to select.
Y
10. To the right of the faders, locate the Monitors knob (S). Above
the Monitors knob, press the PGM 1 button (T) so you are
monitoring Program 1.
CONTINUE TO TESTING
9. An expanded new Source Profile screen will open (I).
7. Press the top Options knob (Q) of channel 3 (the third fader
position).
9. Locate the “Soft” key (R) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
21. Click the “OK” button (L).
F
W
6. Locate the “Soft” key (P) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
19. Enter “My Mic” in the Source Name field (J).
6. In the Output column (D), click the dropdown menu
for Analog 2 and select “CR Monitor”.
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AXIA IQ IP-AUDIO CONSOLE
Q
5. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays
“Stereo-Src”, then press the Options knob (O) to select.
18. From the dropdown menu (H) next to the Create
button (G), select “Operator Microphone”, then click
the Create button (G). An expanded new Source
Profile screen will open.
5. Enter the name “Monitor Spkrs” in the name field
column (C) for Analog 2.
U
O
4. Press the top Options knob (O) of channel 2 (the second fader
position).
17. Click the “OK” button (L).
4. In the Output column (D), click the dropdown menu
for Analog 1 and select “CR Headphones”. Click the
"Apply" button (E).
8. Click the “Create” button (G). (Note, the dropdown
menu (H) to the right of the Create button should
remain at its default value of “Line Input”.)
J
M
1. On the console, press the top Options knob (M) of channel 1
(the first fader position).
14. An expanded new Source Profile screen will open.
15. Enter “Stereo-Src” in the Source Name field (J).
QUICK-START INSTALLATION GUIDE
TESTING INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
N
CC
P
R
BB
X
13. Press the “Off” button (AA) for channel 3 to turn off the
channel.
K
14. Press the “On” button (BB) for channel 2 and adjust the
levels of the source. Make sure there is audio coming from
your stereo source.
15. You should now hear whatever tunes you are jamming to!
12. Click the “OK” button (L).
DD
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING THE AXIA IQ IP-AUDIO CONSOLE.
We have made the Axia iQ console system easy to set up and configure. This quick-start guide will take you through
the basic steps to configure your new iQ 8-Fader Main Frame and QOR.32 engine to have you broadcasting in no
time. Before we get started, let’s make sure you have what you need.
AA
T
There are a few additional items required for a successful installation. Check the list below and make sure
you have what you need.
16. Press the “On” button for channel 1 (CC), the speakers should
now be muted. Pull on your headphones and adjust the levels
for your headphones to a comfortable level.
13. Click the “Create” button (G) again. (Note, the
dropdown menu (H) to the right of the Create button
should remain at its default value of “Line Input”.)
17. Press the “Off” button for channel 2 (DD) to turn off the
channel.
INSTALLATION HELP
L
G
H
18. Adjust the level of channel 1 as you speak into the
microphone. Note: If you are not able to get adequate levels
from the mic, you may need to adjust the gain stages from
step 4 of “Basic Local Input Configuration”.
For more details on other configuration options, or for
additional information about configuring a particular
Axia iQ model, please access the full manual online at
http://www.telosalliance.com/Axia/iQ.
If you have more questions, call the Telos Alliance 24/7
Support Team at +1 (216) 622-0247, or email us at
[email protected], we’d be happy to help
you out.
YOUR SETUP IS COMPLETE!
L
S
Z
That’s it! You are now ready to experience Axia iQ, the high
performance audio console for today’s broadcast studio.
©2016 TLS Corp., All Rights Reserved.
REQUIRED EQUIPMENT, CABLES, AND ACCESSORIES:
1490-00148-001 — QUICK START GUIDE: IQ CONSOLES
C15/16017
Included items:
Items you need to supply:
• iQ Main Frame and QOR.32
(packed separately)
• iQ Power cable
• 6-pin Molex™ cable
• Ethernet cable
• PC with available Ethernet port connected to a
monitor and keyboard
• Audio cable and/or StudioHub adapters
OUTPUT AND SOURCE CONFIGURATION
OUTPUT AND SOURCE CONFIGURATION (CONT.)
B
1. Remain logged in to the QOR Control Center.
C
2. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under IO Manager, click “Outputs” (A) to
view the Outputs screen (B)
3. Enter the name “Headphones” in the name field
column (C) for Analog 1.
D
2. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays “My
Mic”, then press the Options knob (M) to select.
K
3. Locate the “Soft” key (N) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
16. Select the “Analog 1” option from the Source input
dropdown menu (K).
E
A
G
20. Select the “Microphone 1” option from the Source
input dropdown menu (K).
H
7. In the QOR Control Center navigation in the left
column under Profile Manager, click “Sources” (F).
L
G
H
J
10. Enter “1 kHz Tone” in the Source Name field (J).
I
11. On the fader strips for channels 1, 2 and 3, press the PGM 1
(U, V, W) button for each fader to assign the channel to those
mixes.
12. Press the “On” button (X) for channel 3 and adjust the
linear fader (Y) for the channel until you see the PROGRAM 1
meter on the OLED display (Z) reach -20. Adjust the Monitors
knob (S) as needed for proper monitoring of the volume in
the speakers.
Your inputs and outputs have now been configured.
Let’s get to the fun part. Continue to “Testing Inputs and
Outputs”.
J
K
11. Select the “Sine 1 kHz – 20dBFS” option from the
Source input dropdown menu (K).
8. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays
“1 kHz Tone”, then press the Options knob (Q) to select.
Y
10. To the right of the faders, locate the Monitors knob (S). Above
the Monitors knob, press the PGM 1 button (T) so you are
monitoring Program 1.
CONTINUE TO TESTING
9. An expanded new Source Profile screen will open (I).
7. Press the top Options knob (Q) of channel 3 (the third fader
position).
9. Locate the “Soft” key (R) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
21. Click the “OK” button (L).
F
W
6. Locate the “Soft” key (P) under the OLED display for this
channel and press it twice.
19. Enter “My Mic” in the Source Name field (J).
6. In the Output column (D), click the dropdown menu
for Analog 2 and select “CR Monitor”.
V
AXIA IQ IP-AUDIO CONSOLE
Q
5. Rotate the knob until the OLED for this channel displays
“Stereo-Src”, then press the Options knob (O) to select.
18. From the dropdown menu (H) next to the Create
button (G), select “Operator Microphone”, then click
the Create button (G). An expanded new Source
Profile screen will open.
5. Enter the name “Monitor Spkrs” in the name field
column (C) for Analog 2.
U
O
4. Press the top Options knob (O) of channel 2 (the second fader
position).
17. Click the “OK” button (L).
4. In the Output column (D), click the dropdown menu
for Analog 1 and select “CR Headphones”. Click the
"Apply" button (E).
8. Click the “Create” button (G). (Note, the dropdown
menu (H) to the right of the Create button should
remain at its default value of “Line Input”.)
J
M
1. On the console, press the top Options knob (M) of channel 1
(the first fader position).
14. An expanded new Source Profile screen will open.
15. Enter “Stereo-Src” in the Source Name field (J).
QUICK-START INSTALLATION GUIDE
TESTING INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
N
CC
P
R
BB
X
13. Press the “Off” button (AA) for channel 3 to turn off the
channel.
K
14. Press the “On” button (BB) for channel 2 and adjust the
levels of the source. Make sure there is audio coming from
your stereo source.
15. You should now hear whatever tunes you are jamming to!
12. Click the “OK” button (L).
DD
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING THE AXIA IQ IP-AUDIO CONSOLE.
We have made the Axia iQ console system easy to set up and configure. This quick-start guide will take you through
the basic steps to configure your new iQ 8-Fader Main Frame and QOR.32 engine to have you broadcasting in no
time. Before we get started, let’s make sure you have what you need.
AA
T
There are a few additional items required for a successful installation. Check the list below and make sure
you have what you need.
16. Press the “On” button for channel 1 (CC), the speakers should
now be muted. Pull on your headphones and adjust the levels
for your headphones to a comfortable level.
13. Click the “Create” button (G) again. (Note, the
dropdown menu (H) to the right of the Create button
should remain at its default value of “Line Input”.)
17. Press the “Off” button for channel 2 (DD) to turn off the
channel.
INSTALLATION HELP
L
G
H
18. Adjust the level of channel 1 as you speak into the
microphone. Note: If you are not able to get adequate levels
from the mic, you may need to adjust the gain stages from
step 4 of “Basic Local Input Configuration”.
For more details on other configuration options, or for
additional information about configuring a particular
Axia iQ model, please access the full manual online at
http://www.telosalliance.com/Axia/iQ.
If you have more questions, call the Telos Alliance 24/7
Support Team at +1 (216) 622-0247, or email us at
[email protected], we’d be happy to help
you out.
YOUR SETUP IS COMPLETE!
L
S
Z
That’s it! You are now ready to experience Axia iQ, the high
performance audio console for today’s broadcast studio.
©2016 TLS Corp., All Rights Reserved.
REQUIRED EQUIPMENT, CABLES, AND ACCESSORIES:
1490-00148-001 — QUICK START GUIDE: IQ CONSOLES
C15/16017
Included items:
Items you need to supply:
• iQ Main Frame and QOR.32
(packed separately)
• iQ Power cable
• 6-pin Molex™ cable
• Ethernet cable
• PC with available Ethernet port connected to a
monitor and keyboard
• Audio cable and/or StudioHub adapters
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