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Axia Audio Radius
A compact networked mixing console with four stereo buses, eight faders, 16 audio I/O ports and an Ethernet switch with Gigabit, Radius features automatic mix-minus for every fader. Other features include: talkback, networkable, four GPIO machine-control ports, four instant-recall Show Profile snapshots, record mode with one-touch recording, monitor controls for an adjacent studio, fan-free mixing engine, and desktop mount.
Additionally, Radius has switchable VU/PPM LED bar graph meters, 100mm conductive plastic faders, aircraft-quality switches with LED lighting, onboard NTP-capable clock, event timer and high-resolution OLED readouts on each fader strip.
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