AEQ launches Phoenix Venus 4 IP Audiocodec

  • 02 February, 2023


ESP: AEQ has unveiled its new Phoenix Venus 4 audiocodec. This new dual stationary audiocodec for point-to-point links stands out for having IP connectivity and two simultaneous bidirectional stereo transmissions with different formats and qualities. It also features SIP protocol and EBU N/ACIP standard, as well as OPUS algorithms (configuration support and remote control tools).

AEQ Phoenix Venus 4 is available in two hardware versions: one with a front panel control and a more basic version with network and communications status indicators. Both versions have balanced analogue inputs and outputs on XLR connectors and dedicated AES/EBU digital I/O connectors. Triple network port, dual RS232 auxiliary data link and redundant power supply. Available version with 48 volt DC power supplies and optional DANTE / AES 67 IP local audio inputs and outputs.

It can be controlled via the Phoenix Control application.

There is a user-friendly graphical window for configuration and another for operation that allows us to work with it as if we were in front of a front control panel, choosing encoding modes, connection modes and establishing or terminating calls.

Both the configuration and basic operation functions are presented in an accessible and intuitive way through AEQ ControlPhoenix application.

For more information about Phoenix Venus 4, please visit the website.

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AEQ launches Phoenix Venus 4 IP Audiocodec