The Aviom A360 Personal Mixer's advanced 36-channel mix
engine can mix up to 16 mono or stereo standard channels assigned to its
channel buttons, plus mono or stereo ambience and the Dual Profile Channel™.
Each A360 in a system may use the default channel assignments, or audio
channels can be selected and assigned individually for each personal mixer,
drawing from a network pool of up to 64 channels, created by connecting
up to four Pro16e™ compatible input devices.
Mix Enhancements: Each Aviom
A360 mix channel can host a mono or stereo source and may be adjusted
for volume, tone, and reverb. The Aviom A360 also includes the innovative
Stereo Placement pan-spread control that allows the width of a stereo
channel’s image to be controlled independent of its left-right placement
in the stereo field, significantly improving the user experience when
mixing in stereo for in-ear monitors and headphones.
The Aviom A360’s seventeenth mix channel—the Dual Profile
Channel™—provides users with instant access to two independent
combinations of channel volume, tone, reverb, and stereo placement for
a favorite channel. The Dual Profile Channel may be set to mirror one
of the 16 standard mix channels or may be used for additional mix content.
Add Ambience: Ambience can be added to the mix either
using the convenient onboard ambient microphone or by using external microphones
connected to network audio channels, significantly enhancing the user's
mix experience and ability to interact with the audience. Regardless of
the source of the ambience audio, the Aviom A360's One-Touch Ambience™
streamlines control of ambience levels during performance, allowing musicians
to add or remove ambience with the single touch of a button.
Advanced Output Section: The output section of the Aviom A360
includes both 1/4-inch and 1/8-inch stereo mix outs, plus a mono XLR output
with individual volume control which is perfect for use with subwoofers
or bass shaker devices.
Regardless of whether you listen with in-ear monitors or headphones,
the three-band EQ found in the master output section of the Aviom A360
has been designed to optimize the listening experience. In addition to
Bass and Treble controls, the unique Enhance control adds punch and brilliance
to the overall mix over a carefully selected set of frequencies.
Memory and Data Storage: Each Aviom A360 can store up to twenty
mix snapshots—16 saved in the channel button locations plus another
four assigned to dedicated Instant Mix Recall buttons. The user's current
mix is preserved, even across power cycles. A rear panel USB jack is provided
for saving and loading mixer profiles as well as for firmware updates.
Power Over Cat-5: The Aviom A360 Personal Mixers can
be connected in parallel using an A-Net Distributor, allowing DC power
to be supplied to the mixers over the Cat-5e cable. The Aviom A360 supports
Cat-5e cable runs of up to 400 feet (122 meters) between devices, and
there is no practical limit to the number of Personal Mixers in a system.
Compatibility: All Aviom Pro16 Personal Mixers, including
the A360, A-16II,
can be used in any combination when creating a personal mixing system.
To get the higher channel count that the Pro16e version of A-Net offers,
at least one AN-16/i
v.2 Input Module must be included in the personal mixing system.
Adding an ASI A-Net Systems Interface to a Pro64 network allows an Aviom
A360 Personal Mixer to output any 16 channels from a Pro64 digital snake
or audio network.