The Axia xSelector combines the routing functions of an XY router control panel with the audio outputs of an Axia xNode. In addition to analog, AES3 and headphone outputs, the Router Selector Node also features an analog and an AES3 input -- ideal for production or news studios where operators both create and play audio streams. Six convenient “radio buttons” can be quicklyprogrammed for instant access to favorite sources.
Fanless design for silent in-studio operation.
High-resolution front-panel multi-function OLED display meters inputs and outputs and provides audio source selection controls.
Local I/O connections via industry-standard RJ-45 or XLR audio connectors,.
In addition to being able to select audio streams from the Livewire® network for use locally, the xSelector features one stereo input and one stereo output, allowing fast network distribution of locally created streams from audio workstations or portable audio devices. Each xSelector can create 1 stereo Livewire stream, which becomes available to other devices on the Livewire network.
Local I/O is presented on both AES digital and analog balanced inputs and outputs. The user can feed audio into either a balanced analog input or an AES input.
Both the AES and analog outputs are active simultaneously; both outputs have the same audio present.
Includes two GPIO closures presented on standard DB-15 connectors for machine control of associated devices.
xSelector’s stereo outputs can be assigned to output either the locally-created audio stream, or a single stereo Livewire stream acquired from the network and easily selected from a list of available streams using the front panel OLED display.
Six frequently-used streams can be assigned to the front panel “radio buttons” for instant access. Filmcap buttons can be labeled with names of assigned channels if desired.
Dual Livewire 100BASE-T Ethernet ports for redundant connection to your Livewire audio network.
Front panel headphone jack and volume control make xSelector a valuable addition to dubbing and ingest stations where minimal infrastructure is desired.
Built-in HTTP server for easy remote control using any PC with a Web browser.