AEQ at IBC 2015 04/08/2015

AEQ at IBC 2015





The new CrossNET. Compact intercom matrix with AoIP multi-channel connectivity This high-performance digital intercom matrix provides broadcast-quality audio. Depending on the version, it can incorporate up to 168 x 168 ports. 128 of them can be AoIP featuring DANTE™ technology, compatible with AES67 standard, which can easily be connected using existing Ethernet networks through conventional hubs and switches, and offering optional redundancy. The new, full bandwidth capable Series 8000 user panels are of course the ideal companion for the CrossNET, but the system also has 12 analog ports, 8 digital ports, and 20 AoIP ports with KROMA Standard low bit-rate, enabling the connection of wireless intercoms, ancillary equipment and KROMA series 3000, 4000 and 5000 panels.  It also includes a local port for headset and a speaker.

In order to provide the system with additional analog and AES/EBU digital inputs and outputs, it can be used together with compatible DANTE™ systems from more than 200 different manufacturers (AEQ NetBox, among them).

Provided in versions from 40 to 168 ports, the CrossNET system is scalable according to your needs through the installation of upgrade modules. All in a single height 19” rack unit.

NEW Phoenix ALIO Portable IP AudioCodec. AEQ re-invents the concept of portable IP audiocodecs to make it easy to use in the most varied scenarios, although it has been specifically designed for sports commentary/reporting.

It can connect to other equipment from most manufacturers using SIP communications protocol, according to N/ACIP standard by EBU. But when it is connected to another AEQ unit, the user can benefit from a set of exclusive tools that help controlling the unit and setting up communications. For example, the intelligent call-initiation system “Smart RTP” helps connecting and negotiates the encoding to be used without having to accomplish this at both ends of the communication and without additional protocols or ports. This is a great tool for the inexperienced reporter. Further, the unit can be managed from the AEQ ControlPhoenix control software.



NEW FORUM IP. Digital audio broadcast mixing console with AoIP multi-channel connectivity.

Designed for ON AIR use, FORUM IP can incorporate up to 20 faders. Based on its predecessor - FORUM- its recently added features and options makes it a cutting edge console with infinite possibilities. Its re-designed control surface includes new softer switches, additional programmable keys and improved access of controls for the monitoring section.

FORUM IP can be equipped with AoIP input/output cards of up to 64 input and output channels, compatible with the new AES 67 standard through Audinate’s DANTE™ technology. Using this optional connectivity, it can receive and provide signals from/to other consoles, routers and other input/output terminal equipment from more than 200 different manufacturers. Multichannel connectivity can also be provided through MADI.

FORUM IP can also be equipped with two internal digital telephone hybrids.

NEW VF7000. 7”, full HD “View Finder” monitor

Full HD 1920 x 1080 7” monitor with all the necessary features to control the capture of professional image:

Colorimetry configuration menu. Color temperature selection. Audio de-embedding. Up to 16ch vumeter display. Phase meter. PIP, PBP, PBP A and PBP H functions. Waveform and vectorscope. Luma Check, False Color and Focus Assist. IMD configurable by menu or by means of TSL protocol. Time code representation (LTC and VITC). Several aspect-ratios. Pixel mapping offering the possibility to move across the image by means of encoders. Markers with format variation and different transparency and color levels. Sharpness, delay, scan, image inverting, layout mode, etc.

Supplied with sunshade and rear tally.

VF7000 View Finder
KROMA KView 8 Multi-viewer processor

NEW Kview. Multi-viewer video processor

Standalone and easy to use multi-view processing device. Versions starts from 8 x 3G/HD/SD-SDI auto-detectable inputs and a multi-screen output (HDMI and 3G-SDI, simultaneously). Up to 4 (half-rack width) devices can be cascaded to construct 32 input systems into a single display. The layouts can be configured in a flexible way. Each input can also show: audio meters, timecode, clocks, labels, umd, tally…

Configurations can be stored and recovered at any moment.

It also includes an audio and video alarms manager (loss of audio, loss of video, Audio clipping, Audio Level below threshold, video to black, frozen video, etc.). The alarms can be presented on screen, activate sounds or be managed remotely by SNMP or email.

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