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DiGiCo’s A3232 connects S-Series with 4REA4

DiGiCo’s A3232 connects S-Series with 4REA4
The DMI-AMM card has been expanded onto SD consoles

DiGiCo’s A3232 connects S-Series with 4REA4

The A3232 ports can be cascaded on a single A3232 port or used as pairs of redundant devices

DiGiCo’s 4REA4 I/O can now be incorporated into the manufacturer’s S-Series consoles with the release of the new A3232 DMI card. The A3232 ports are capable of up to 32 inputs and 32 outputs over a proprietary Ethernet connection and connect to the A168 stage and the A164 wall and floor units. These racks can also be cascaded on a single A3232 port or used as pairs of redundant devices. Two new ASTAR ports expand this further with each capable of up to 128 inputs and 128 outputs when connected to the ASTAR unit, which then splits the 128 I/O into four A3232 ports. This allows installers to have a single run back to the processing engine, but with distributed remote local I/O where it’s needed. As part of this upgrade, newly launched S21-Stage48 and S31-Stage48 systems are being offered with 48 mic inputs from stage via three 168 stage racks.

Additionally, DiGiCo’s DMI-AMM card that enables automatic microphone mixing has been expanded onto DMI-enabled SD consoles. The card allows up to 64 channels of automatic mic mixing on both SD7 Quantum and the SD12 consoles. There are two independent AMMs implemented by the DMI-AMM, known as AMM-A and AMM-B, with channels assigned to either A or B or neither. This means that two separate events can run simultaneously on the same console without one interfering with the other.



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