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Telos Systems iQ6
iQ telco gateway
The Telos iQ6 telco gateway adds a multi-line broadcast phone system to Axia's iQ broadcast console with one cable connection. Telos iQ6 isn't a standalone hybrid; it's a phone interface that plugs into a Livewire network. iQ6 works directly with any Axia iQ console equipped with the Telco Expansion Frame, which adds six faders plus two hybrid controls with Status Symbols to the iQ main frame. Once connected to the iQ Core, iQ6 sends its six lines of caller audio, hybrid control and mix-minus audio to the network on a single CAT-5 cable. A built-in Web server enables easy administration via Web browser from anywhere in the facility.
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