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.
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.
NEXUS Star 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.