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AEQ Phoenix Mercury

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AEQ MERCURY is a stereo, bidirectional IP audio encoder that allows stereo / dual or mono connections, controllable through a simple user interface on a PC that allows local or remote management of a piece of equipment or a chain of equipment.

Its very compact design (22 cm (W) x 4.5 cm (H) x 20 cm (D) - two units can be assigned in a 1RU 19 "tray) has professional audio code that is compatible with most Audiocode from other manufacturers since the unit was developed in accordance with the international recommendation N / ACIP EBU Tech3326. AEQ MERCURY supports SIP signaling and the most common encryption algorithms, including proprietary AEQ LD encryption modes and optionally AAC.

The unit has balanced analog audio inputs and outputs via XLR connectors, as well as AES / EBU digital audio I / O.

AEQ MERCURY are delivered easily registered to freely use the services of the SIP server AEQ, which simplifies the establishment of connections. The AEQ MERCURY and its larger partner AEQ VENUS are perfect for STL applications, radio transmission networks, external transmission contributions or as digital hybrids for IP telephony.

PHOENIX MERCURY audio code in combination with ControlPhoenix MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE will put you in the position you always wanted: WITH COMPLETE CONTROL

ControlPhoenix software enables control and management of Phoenix Studio, Phoenix Mercury, and Phoenix Venus audio codecs over IP. The computer may be part of the same local area network as the PC or workstation that controls them or belong to remote networks. The local computer is automatically discovered when the application starts. To control remote units, they must first be accessible and then the user must identify them by their IP address.

IP AudioCodec, Stereo, Bidirectional - Allows dual or mono stereo connections. The PC user interface provides local or remote control for one or a set of codecs.

Compatible with most audio codecs on the market: supports SIP and the most popular encryption algorithms and is 100% compliant with N / ACIP EBU Tech3326 technical recommendations.

Advantages of IP: adaptive buffer to absorb network jitter. Automatic configuration of IP parameters through DHCP. FEC

SIP AEQ Server: SIP AEQ Server: To simplify IP connections, AEQ offers its own SIP server, and at no cost to you.

Continuous data channel: allows you to transport embedded data within the audio stream, for example for remote control of the equipment.
Includes encoding algorithms for any purpose. It includes the mandatory algorithms in accordance with the technical recommendation N / ACIP EBU Tech3326 plus the AEQ LD low delay algorithms. AAC algorithms can be optionally supplied.

Professional Audio - The unit has balanced analog inputs and outputs on XLR connectors. Optionally, the unit can be equipped with AES / EBU digital I / O.

Reduced footprint: The unit measures just 22 cm (W) by 4.5 cm (H) and 20 cm (D). Two Phoenix Mercury can be assigned together in a 19 "rackmount 1RU.

STL Link (Studio-Transmitter Link): Through IP connections in private VLANs, you can use IP radio links, WiMAx, WiFi, ADSL, MODEM cable, etc. to send the program signal from the production center to the radio transmission sites.

Radio station networks: The unit can be used to interconnect the audio of the different radio stations in the network through IP. Since the unit is bidirectional, the audio can be distributed to the different radio stations in the network and, at the same time, the audio contribution can be set in the opposite direction.

Transmissions and external contributions: The unit can establish connections with other codecs and codecs from smart phones, Phoenix (Studio, Mobile, Mercury, PC, Pocket or Lite) or from other manufacturers that comply with N / ACIP.

Digital hybrid for IP telephony: you can communicate via SIP with an IP PBX (Asterisk or similar) that accepts calls on G711 and HD voice calls on G722 from IP telephony smartphone codecs, IP link and through gateways , calls from ISDN and POTS (PSTN). This type of communication is converted to 4W audio and made available for live broadcast.

Analog audio inputs

  •     2 x XLR female. 9Kohm. Electronically balanced. Professional line level.
  •     Analog audio outputs
  •     2 x XLR male. Output impedance <100 ohm.
  •     Electronically balanced. Professional line level.
  •     Digital Audio I / O
  •     DB15 connector. AES / EBU interface. SRC on input
  •     Audio Specifications
  •     Nominal input level. 0dBu.
  •     Maximum input level. + 20dBu.
  •     Nominal output level. 0dBu.
  •     Maximum output level. 20dB above nominal level.
  •     Max. distortion, linear audio <0.03%
  •     THD + N at SRC @ 1KHz: -117 dB.
  •     Dynamic range for linear audio.> 105dB.
  •     Crosstalk <-70dB.
  •     Frequency response (
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