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Stage Tec Reveals NAB Show Plans

New products and considerable updates are on the agenda.

Las Vegas, NV (March 23, 2018)—Stage Tec will unveil several new products at the NAB Show 2018, including new boards for its Nexus audio routing system as well as the Avatus IP mixing console and new software-based features for the Aurus and Crescendo mixing consoles.

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Stage Tec’s Router Interface AES67 (RIF67), the latest board for the Nexus router, will be shown and demonstrated for the first time in the U.S. The equivalent for the Nexus Base Devices, the Nexus Fiber and IP Interface (XFIP), is brand new and will have its world premiere. Both boards implement the AES67.IO module as a result of the partnership with DirectOut and support the approach of non-proprietary audio and control networking. The module enables audio networks to be created via an audio over IP connection.

Stage Tec will also introduce its new Avatus mixing console, which incorporates a flexible, modular design and is fully IP-based. The Avatus display and operating philosophy is based on large multi-touch screens. Only the currently relevant, context related functions are displayed.

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Also new is the color coding of faders and rotary encoders, which enables rapid and intuitive operation. Avatus varies in size from one to eight bays, which connect via IP and allow for distributed placement for remote productions. Coupled with the decentralized mode of operation, dispensing with the center section is said to give users ultimate flexibility in multi-user operation.

Stage Tec’s new Software Release 4.5 also adds several audio processing highlights for Aurus and Crescendo.

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