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AVIO and iQX

AVIO and iQX

Slideshow and Video Walkthrough are included in this posting below.

The Dante AVIO adapters from Audinate are a cost effective way to inject and pull baseband audio into your Livewire network as AES67 compliant flows. The AVIO adapters are PoE devices. With no external power sourcing available beyond the PoE they do represent a single-point-of-failure. However, for edge devices on your network and getting “that one extra device” into your Livewire or AES67 facility, they can potentially be a great option. In this walkthrough, we show how to configure an AVIO Input and AVIO Output dongle to work with an AXIA iQX AES67 broadcast console where there is no Telos Alliance xNode accessible in the network to provide clock, meaning the AVIO adapters provide PTP clocking for this configuration.

To see how to interface AVIO adapters with an xNODE present on the network, click here.

Slideshow Tutorial

Video Walkthrough

If you want to follow all the mouse clicks with commentary, hit play below.  (Turn up your volume a bit more than usual – we’ll get that fixed for subsequent videos).

Play Video

Pippin Technical is of course your Axia Audio dealer for Canada.  We can also quote out and supply the full line of AVIO adapters if this is a solution and signal chain that makes sense for your application.  Have questions?  Looking for current pricing?  Drop us a line.

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