With its ARM-based Cortex A9 processor, the XACI (NEXUS Advanced Control Interface) provides cutting-edge processing power to satisfy even seemingly outlandish requests, while also enabling even tighter system integration.
Monitor Control provides an easy way to monitor signals in NEXUS networks, completely independent of the mixing console. It is aimed as a monitor controller in a sound editing suite or for supervisor monitoring control in large NEXUS networks.
The new XDSP signal processing board supplies significantly increased processing power and reserves for resource intensive applications while being no larger than its predecessor and lower in weight.
XRT is part of the fourth generation of NEXUS system fibre-optic boards. For the first time it decouples the audio routing of the fibre-optic interfaces from the Base Device's backplane, increasing its routing capacity.
XETR (4 bidirectional AES3 signals) and HXETR (8 bidirectional AES3 signals) constitute a new generation of AES3 interface boards for NEXUS systems. For the first time, AES3 inputs and outputs are combined on one NEXUS card.
The NEXUS is a fully digital routing system for audio signals. Designed as a distributed system, the NEXUS comprises multiple Base Devices having a modular structure interconnected by fibre-optic cables.