Australian broadcaster 2XX chooses digital mixers AEQ FORUM IP for its new radio studios.

2XX FM is Canberra's oldest community radio station, running since 1973 on 98.3FM and now also online. Its programs are very focused its community, and along with its cultural and sport information, it also has a strong political activism that has endeared it to its audience since its start.

Recently, the technical management of the station has decided to renovate its two main radio studios and as the heart of the installation the two digital audio mixers are AEQ FORUM IP.

AEQ FORUM IP is a digital audio mixing console designed for ON AIR broadcast control. It incorporates all the basic features necessary in this type of environment: automatic monitor cut, cough-cut, faderstart, signalling control, control signals for the automation of external equipment, management of external communications, intercommunication, etc.

With its modular design and small size, AEQ FORUM IP adapts perfectly to a wide range of scenarios: self-monitoring, control-locutory, television production controls, sound production, mixed configurations, integration in large installations, etc.

AEQ FORUM IP provides AoIP multi-channel input and output modules with up to 64 input and output channels compatible with the new AES-67 protocol via DANTE™ technology. Through this connectivity, signals are selected and delivered to other consoles, routers, and other input and output terminal equipment from more than 350 different manufacturers. In the specific case of 2XX's installation, the central switching is handled by an AEQ NETBOX32 MX unit that works as the central router of the all-IP installation.

The installation, configuration, commissioning and training was carried out by Broadcast Components, AEQ's local partner in the country, in direct communication with AEQ's central technical services in Madrid.

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Notes: Press Release - AEQ - 28 April 2021