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STAGETEC @ ISE: NEXUS Base Devices IP-based


Amsterdam, Netherlands, January 2020: The NEXUS audio network, from Berlin-based manufacturer STAGETEC, was previously designed exclusively for networking through a proprietary fiber optic cable protocol. At ISE (Booth 7-W194), STAGETEC will show that NEXUS can now also drop individual or multiple base devices IP-based. In doing so, bidirectional AES67 streams are established in which audio and control data are transmitted together. This feature is realized via the NEXUS interfaces XFIP and RIF67, which are both equipped with DirectOut's AES67.IO module. With an XFIP or RIF67 interface, up to eight IP links to other NEXUS Base Devices are possible.

Thanks to this feature, NEXUS networks are independent of proprietary cabling and enable remote productions and wide-area networking thanks to IP-based connectivity.

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