Peavey MediaMatrix NION nE Available
Peavey announces the availability of the MediaMatrix NION nE, a DSP platform designed for mid-market applications.
The NION nE supports up to 32 channels of analog audio and up to 64 channels of AES digital audio via four Nio card slots in the NION nE frame. It uses the same Nio cards as a standard NION frame, so users get the same selection and variety of input and output options, including the new Nio-AEC echo cancellation card. The NION nE also accepts CobraNet or Dante digital audio transport network cards, which are optional.
The NION nE is built on the same foundation as the NION n3 and nX.
MediaMatrix NION nE
- NION processing frame with three ADI SHARC Hammerhead Digital Signal Processors
- Four Nio card slots accept Nio series input/output cards
- System configuration and control via nWare application software available at mediamatrix.peavey.com
- Sixteen configurable GPIO pins, four HCO/PWM outputs
- One Ethernet control port
- One EIA422/485 serial control port
- One RS-232 serial control port
- CobraNet and Dante network interfaces optional
- Mini-ATX 300W industrial power supply
- Frame configuration via internal web server and user interface
For more information, visit mediamatrix.peavey.com.
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