Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
  • Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
  • Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
  • Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
  • Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
  • Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader
70.937,50 DKK (56.750,00 DKK)

Axel Oxygen 4 Digital Broadcastmixer 8 Fader

Oxygen 4 Digital mixing console, 8 faders. 6x AES/EBU inputs, 6x stereo bal line inputs, 4x bal mic inputs
Oxygen 4 Digital is a fully digital mixing console powered by the latest Texas Instruments DSP processors, with 18 digital and analogue inputs, a crosspoint router, 32 bit processing, sampling rates up to 96kHz, sample rate converters on all the digital inputs, and both EQ and dynamics on every channel.

All those tools can be accessed from the control surface, but they can also be controlled from a PC attached to the console via an IP network.
Like most other similar products, Oxygen 4 Digital follows the system architecture of a rack mounted digital 'engine' and a separate 'control surface' with 8 fader.

The 19" rack is the heart of Oxygen 4 Digital. All audio processing and routing takes place in this unit. you can find 4 MIC's, 2 Mono analog and 5 Stereo analog
Inputs, 7 Stereo Digital Inputs and Outputs all with sample rate converters. You have dedicated analog outputs for PROG, SUB, AUX, CRM and PHONES.

The control surface and DSP engine can be separated by up to 5 metres using a 15 way D-sub ended cable.
Signal processing takes place in one DSP. Processing uses precise floating-point calculations at a wordlength of 32 bit. All audio signals throughout the
console preserve their 24 bit resolution from the input conversion. Even 16 bit data streams, like CD-players, have 24 bits reserved..

6x stereo Dig inputs (AES3)
1x stereo dig input (s/p-dif optical or coax)
6x stereo balanced line inputs
1x stereo unbalanced line input
4x balanced mic inputs + Inserts

6x stereo digital outputs AES3
1x stereo digital output s/p-dif optical + coax
1x stereo Program analog
1x stereo SUB analog
1x stereo CUE analog
1x stereo AUX analog
1x stereo CRM analog
2x stereo PHONES analog

The audio-paths within Oxygen 4 Digital are programmable due to the presence of an input router. This eliminates
the need for an external patch-bay. The input matrix is situated between the input modules and the DSP.
It allows a custom configuration of the various inputs into the 4 stereo processing channels.

Control surface:

Oxygen 4 Digital control surface is divided into two distinct areas on the conventional lines
of input and master sections. The input channels comprise eight identical strips.
Starting from the bottom we have a full size fader which obviously controls the level for
whatever source is routed to that channel, but in software it can also be configured to perform fader start, red light switching and monitor muting.
Above and to the left of the fader, a group of eight LEDs show status information for that
strip. The two larger ones indicate which of the two main output busses the strip is routed
to: Programme or Sub. This signal is always post-fade and post the channel's On switch. The 'Sub' buss would usefully provide a stereo clean feed to (for example) external codecs.
The next group of three indicators is dedicated to the aux buss and the assignable EQ and
dynamics. The aux buss is stereo and may be selected independently on each channel as
a pre or post-fade send. Each Oxygen 4 Digital channel may also be assigned a 'dynamics'
control function - a combined compressor-limiter with a single control. The EQ provides 3
bands, each with a range of 2 octaves. The pre-set centre frequencies of 120Hz, 1.2kHz and
12kHz are sensible choices, but they maybe changed in software should other values be
A simple three LED meter is provided on each channel indicating audio levels at -20, 0 and
Each strip supports two large illuminated buttons labelled 'On' and 'Cue'. The On button
functions pretty much as you would expect, and it may additionally be configured to provide a machine start command.
The Cue button enables a pre-fade listen, and this too may be configured in software for
various other functions.
At the top of the channel are the two most obviously digital controls: a single rotary encoder and a 2 line LED alpha display.
The latter shows the currently assigned input on the top line, while various options are displayed on the lower line.
The encoder maybe turned or pushed, depending on what function is currently selected.
For example, switching to an output buss is achieved by pushing the knob to switch the
selected buss routing on or off, whereas setting an input level is a rotary function.

Network operation:

Oxygen 4 Digital is a stand-alone mixer.
That means that there is no need for a PC during operation.
But to make all the settings You can connect your console directly to your PC by a cross-link cable or connect your Oxygen 4 Digital to your local network (Straight CAT5 UTP cable) and use its PC interface to communicate with the console.
By using the Ethernet connection you have the possibility to control Oxygen 4 Digital from every workplace in your network.
Oxygen 4 Digital can receive an IP address via a DHCP server, or you can give a Fixed IP ! When this IP is known, you are able to manage the console features by software (HTTP web server or ActiveX object).

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