Aviom 16 Channel Line Level Inputs
The AN-16/i provides 16 balanced line-level inputs to a Pro16® system.
The AN-16/i provides 16 balanced line-level inputs into a Pro16® system. Audio is converted to digital and transmitted via A-Net®, up to 500ft/150m over Cat-5e. A dedicated audio thru is available for each input channel, allowing the AN-16/i to be seamlessly inserted into an existing audio signal path.
Monitor System Building Blocks:
Placed at a front-of-house or monitor console, the AN-16/i can be used as a head-end for a Pro16 Monitor Mixing System. Audio from the console-any combination of channel inserts, direct outs, submixes, auxes, or groups-is connected to the TRS input channels on the AN-16/i. The A-Net Out on the AN-16/i is connected to the A-Net In of a Pro16 Personal Mixer or A-Net Distributor.
Digital Snakes and Audio Networks:
Used in conjunction with the AN-16/o Output Module, the AN-16/i can also be used in a digital snake as an input path for main return signals from front-of- house. The built-in A-Net Expansion jack allows two 16-channel A-Net streams to be combined onto a single cable (32x0 or 16x16), and the AN-16SBR System Bridge can be used to combine up to four 16-channel streams onto a single cable in a variety of bidirectional configurations.
The flexibility and simplicity of the Pro16 Series allows complex audio distribution systems and snakes to be created quickly and cost-effectively.
- Sixteen balanced audio inputs (1/4-in TRS connectors)
- Sixteen balanced Thru connectors (TRS)
- A-Net Out and A-Net Expansion network connections (RJ45)
- Stereo Link switches for each channel pair
- Four-position gain switches (+22, +4, 0, -10dB)
- Signal present and clip LEDs per channel
Multi-Zone Personal Mixing System
In most personal mixing systems, AN-16/i Input Modules are used to take audio from the analog console, convert it to digital, and send the signals via A-Net over Cat-5e cables to the A-Net Distributors and Personal Mixers. The AN-16/i accepts any line-level analog audio source, and most systems use a combination of inserts or direct outs plus auxes or groups for submixes from the console.
The system shown here provides two zones of mixing content-one tailored for the singers and another for the rhythm section. The inset panel indicates the patching used to share audio content using the thru jacks on the first AN-16/i as a splitter.
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