Peavey MediaMatrix nWall 2.0
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Peavey MediaMatrix nWall 2.0

MediaMatrix nWall 2.0, Analog to Digital Converter from Peavey.

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Peavey MediaMatrix nWall 2.0

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Peavey introduces the new MediaMatrix nWall 2.0, a surface-mount audio interface panel that converts audio from analog to a digital stream that can be routed via CobraNet right at the panel.

The nWall 2.0 offers analog-to-digital audio conversion and transport for MediaMatrix. By converting two balanced XLR inputs and two 1/8” inputs into a digital audio stream at the panel, the nWall 2.0 is designed to reduce buzz, hum, ground loops and other cable issues, eliminates the need for isolation and impedance matching interfaces, and replaces long analog cable runs with a single CAT5e UTP cable.

 

The nWall 2.0 interface panel fits in a standard two-gang NEMA back box, and is powered over the attached network cable from a network PoE-capable network switch that conforms to IEEE 802.3af. The XLR connectors can be configured for multiple audio input sensitivities from -56, -26 to +4dBu, selected from a rotary switch located on the unit’s front panel. The XLR inputs support electret condenser and dynamic microphones plus line-level audio with 15V DC phantom power. The 1/8” (3.5mm) TRS mini jacks accept a nominal -8dBU signal that is summed to mono and mixed with the XLR inputs.
Any number of nWall panels can be patched to any number of MediaMatrix NION processing nodes.
Features
  • Two balanced XLR inputs
  • Mic/line selectable gain
  • Three-step rotary switch on front panel allows quick source setup at the wall panel
  • Two unbalanced TRS 1/8” (3.5mm) mini jack inputs, summed mono for PC and Aux
  • CobraNet audio transport via switched network and RJ45
  • Crimp connectors
  • Electronic patching -using MediaMatrix NWare any number of nWall panels can be patched to any number of NION processors
  • Analog to Digital conversion at the wall panel designed to reduce problems with buzz, hum, ground loops and other cable issues

 

For more information visit mediamatrix.peavey.com.
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