Digital Audio Components
With the XFIP it is possible to connect AoIP networks to NEXUS.
The XDIP establishes the connection between Dante and NEXUS networks. With four Ethernet ports, it operates as a switch and supports redundant Dante connections.
With the XSDI, audio signals can be extracted from a digital SDI video data stream, replaced and simultaneously embedded again.
With the XHDI, audio signals can be extracted from an HDSDI digital video stream, replaced and simultaneously embedded again.
The XDEE is designed as Dolby-E output board for NEXUS. It supports all features provided in the Dolby specifications and supplements them with useful options such as auxiliary sync generation to allow limited operation even if video sync is missing.
The XDED is designed as Dolby-E and Dolby-D input board for NEXUS. It supports all features provided in the Dolby specifications and supplements them with useful options such as auxiliary sync generation to allow limited operation even if video sync is missing.
The small size with a high number of AES3 inputs and outputs makes the HXETR ideal for applications where many external devices have to be connected to NEXUS via AES/EBU signals in the smallest of spaces. 8 inputs and 8 outputs together make 32 audio channels.
The XETR AES/EBU boards combine four 2-channel digital inputs and four 2-channel digital outputs on one NEXUS board. Versions with only inputs and outputs are available; versions with XLR or BNC connections offer great structural flexibility.
The XER is the digital gateway to the NEXUS world by receiving and evaluating AES/EBU data streams. A pragmatic operating concept ensures pleasant handling.
The XER-M module is intended for connecting digital microphones.
For individual requirements the card is offered with a variety of connector types: XLR, BNC, Cinch and optical TOSLINK; versions with RJ 45 and D-Sub connectors allow all signal lines to be routed together via the respective connector in an installation-friendly manner.
With an XAF card it is possible to integrate devices with a Toslink optical port in 8-channel ADAT format into a NEXUS network. The card has an input and an output and processes a total of 16 audio channels.
The XMF MADI card provides a simple, powerful solution for connecting a NEXUS system to MADI equipment anywhere.
With the XTF, Stage Tec provides an I/O card that supports the TASCAM multi-track format. With eight input and eight output audio channels and an optional sample rate converter, the board supports high-quality signal transfer between NEXUS and connected TASCAM devices.