Aviom to launch AllFrame at PLASA 2010
The new Aviom AllFrame Multi-Modular I/O System replaces traditional analogue I/O boxes with a modular digital solution. The company says it is the ideal answer for permanent installations in theatres, schools and conference centres.
The AllFrame system keeps analogue cabling to a minimum by digitising the audio input signal where it connects to the network, reducing system complexity and labour costs while delivering improved performance and flexibility.
It requires a single Cat-5e or fibre connection and can be powered over Cat-5e cable or from a dedicated DC power line. Each AllFrame device supports Cat-5e cable runs between devices of up to 400ft (120m), with no loss of fidelity. With integrated fibre optic connectivity, cable runs can be extended to over a kilometre (multi-mode fibre) or tens of kilometres (single-mode fibre).
You’ll be able to see it on Polar Audio’s booth, 1-F2 at PLASA 2010 in London.