Apia users take control

Published: PRODUCTS

Apia users take control

Users of Apia’s QDX Series amplifiers and AXI Series powered speakers can now natively control these systems thanks to Apnet Network Manager.

Created in partnership with DFM, the software will fully control and modify the internal DSP (40-bit float/192kHz) of the systems. It allows users to manage, edit and customise presets while also offering EQ, dynamics and delay controls. The software has three levels of EQ ±15dB (‘input/output’ 10 band and ‘group’ 7 band) including gain, FIR filters, delays, Xcrossover, limiting/compression and mute.

The Apnet software also has the complete preset library of all of the manufacturer’s products. Online or off-line system setup and tuning is possible for real-time management and monitoring from a remote PC via a graphical user interface. The Access Manager feature allows the administrator to lock the system, while still allowing a user to monitor it.

The software can be used with a desktop or laptop PC. All wiring is standard Cat-5 while all network architecture and equipment is standard Ethernet.


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