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Axia Audio DESQ
Compact AoIP mixer
DESQ is a compact mixer that occupies 18 square inches of desktop real estate. Like its rack-mountable cousin RAQ, the mixer is powered by the fanless Axia QOR.16 integrated console engine, which provides analog, AES/EBU and Livewire I/O,along with GPIO ports, console power supply and CPU, and an exclusive zero-configuration network switch with Gigabit. Setup is easy: DESQ connects to the QOR.16 with a single cable. A single QOR.16 engine can be used with twoDESQ consoles (or with the new RAQ rackmount mixer), making a cost-effective solution for multi-console installations.
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