AVIOM 16/o-Y1 A-Net Output Card To Be Featured At AES 2004
Output card now available for market distribution
Aviom, Inc., manufacturer of the Personal Monitor Mixing System, announced that the AVIOM 16/o-Y1 A-Net Output Card is now shipping for market distribution and will be featured at AES 2004.
Aviom developed the AVIOM16/o-Y1 output card for the Yamaha consoles, which allows audio in the form of the company’s proprietary A-Net protocol to be distributed via Cat-5 cable directly from the console to Aviom Personal Mixers. No analog input device is required.
“This is a major technological breakthrough for users of the Yamaha digital consoles as well as for Aviom users,” says Carl Bader, President and CEO of Aviom. “The simplified direct connectivity makes this a compelling package for both live and studio use. We are very excited to have major equipment manufacturers so eager to adopt our A-Net technology. Recently, the AVIOM 16/o-Y1 card and Yamaha’s digital DM1000 and DM2000 consoles worked flawlessly together during the Neil Diamond performance at the Democratic National Committee benefit held at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.”