These new modular devices expand Q-SYS system capabilities to enable streamlined interoperability with non-networked audio and analogue telephony systems. By decoupling local I/O from processing hardware, QIO Series devices allow users to place the I/O exactly where it is needed to support the desired topology.
The QIO-AES8x8 features eight (8) AES3 digital inputs and eight (8) AES3 digital outputs, allowing users to integrate a wide range of digital sources into their systems, including media servers, mixing consoles, digital audio workstations (DAWs), or other digital recording and playback devices.
The QIO-TEL2 integrates two PSTN (POTS) phone lines on standard RJ-11 connectors to integrate analog telephony systems into Q-SYS. The QIO-TEL2 is designed to handle PSTN subscriber lines, PBX phone and paging systems, and retrofit applications with ease.
“By adding these two options to the QIO Series, Q-SYS provides users with the flexibility and power to bridge the gap between legacy systems and modern, networked technologies and continue to deliver exceptional value to our customers,” says Scott Wieser, product manager, audio processors and peripherals, Q-SYS.
For more information on the QIO Series network I/O products, visit: qsys.com/qioaudioseries