• Classical direct access to channel parameters – up to 96 channel strips
  • Clear operation as in an analogue desk
  • High resolution metering, optional analogue response curve
  • Inputs and outputs via a fibre-optic network with routing
  • Analogue I/O has the headroom of an analogue desk; levels of up to +24 dBu
  • Outstanding dynamic range
  • Noise-free summing
  • No overloads in channel signals; first-class audio quality thanks to 40-bit floating-point arithmetic
  • Guaranteed headroom on mix buses (48dB)
  • Sample rates: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz and 96 kHz system wide
  • Up to 300 audio channels (depending on configuration)
  • 128 buses
  • Up to 32 full channels per DSP board (depending on configuration)
  • Multichannel-capable architecture throughout (e.g. Mono, Stereo, 5.1, 7.1)
  • Fibre-optic cable interconnects between sub-systems, spanning distances of up to 100 km (60+ miles)
  • Three types of automation: Snapshot, Scene and Dynamic automation of all console parameters
  • Excellent microphone A/D converters
  • Microphone inputs: 32-bit TrueMatch A/D conversion; dynamic range exceeding 158 dB (A)
  • Line inputs: 24-bit TrueMatch A/D conversion; dynamic range: 133 dB (A) typical
  • Line outputs: 24-bit D/A conversion; dynamic range: 131 dB (A) typical @ 24 dBu
  • Digital audio formats: AES3, AES42 (digital microphones) and S/PDIF, SDIF-2, MADI, ADAT, TDIF, SD-SDI, HD-SDI, Dolby-E, Dante Audio-over-IP
  • Sample-rate converters as standard or optional (depending on the module type)
  • Modular structure for easy system expansion
  • Compact dimensions
  • Low heat dissipation
  • No cooling fans in any of the components
  • Portable

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In 2006, AURUS received the Golden iF Statuette for outstanding design in the consumer electronics / telecommunications category. The CANTUS also received this coveted award in 1997. Product design for both CANTUS and AURUS was developed by Arno Schünemann from Schünemann DesignSolutions in Berlin.

Assessment criteria for the award included; design quality, workmanship, choice of materials, degree of innovation, environmental friendliness, functionality, ergonomics and visualisation of use, safety, brand value and branding.

The international jury of 20 renowned design experts evaluated nearly 2 000 products from 37 countries in a number of different categories. The iF product design award is presented annually by iF Industrie Forum Design in Hannover. Since its inauguration in 1954, this has become one of the most prestigious international design competitions.

 

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