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3G MediaMatrix platform branches out

3G MediaMatrix platform branches out

3G MediaMatrix platform branches out

With SCION, MediaMatrix has introduced a third-generation media and control processor.

Translated as a “shoot”, SCION represents the evolution of the Peavey Commercial Audio (PCA) brand to symbolise organic growth as a tree with branches growing as companion control and I/O products forming to shape a rich ecosystem known as the “S” series. The descendant of the MediaMatrix NION platform, SCION incorporates ADi’s SHARC DSP architecture to provide a scalable, configurable and flexible media and control processing system.

At the core of the MediaMatrix “S” series ecosystem is the native AES67 sNET protocol that can deliver up to 512x512 networked audio channels from a single device. The SCION frame can be configured from an entry-level device to a fully featured one with optional hardware modules. Sharing common elements of NION promotes backwards compatibility and convergence, for design system upgrades and a seamless migration path with NWare 3.0’s dual-compiler tool enabling SCION and NION nodes to coexist in the same project. NIO card-based I/O is also compatible with SCION.

Designed to control AV sources and room features, the sTouch 55 wall-mounted touchscreen panel is a 5.5-inch diagonal GUI that can be mounted in multiple locations. A responsive IPS (In-Plane Switching) LCD captive touchscreen produces rich colour graphics on the 720x1280-pixel display. Based on an RK3566 Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A55 processor, the sTouch 55 runs on an Android 11 operating system and comes with 2GB DRAM operating memory and 16GB onboard storage. Connected via the RJ45 Ethernet port to a PoE-capable network switch, the sTouch 55 can also be powered by an external universal 12-24VDC supply. Supported by MediaMatrix nWare and Kiosk2Go AV and control software suite 55, the unit offers optional in-wall installation supported backboxes.

Designed to fit NEMA two-gang backboxes, the sWALL 2x2 is an audio network interface panel with Dante and AES67 audio-over-IP network compatibility. The interface converts analogue devices to a digital signal for transmission across the IP network to mixers, speakers and other Dante or AES67-enabled components. Inputs include XLR microphone and ¼-inch TRS jack line-level balanced and unbalanced audio sources. 48V DC phantom power is included for condenser microphones, selectable on each channel. Two independent balanced audio line-level channels serve as outputs, with network data streamed audio subchannels decoded and made available via the XLR output connectors.

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