The Aviom D800 A-Net Distributor includes
a Mix Out port for the Aviom A360’s Network Mix Back™ feature.
The D800 creates a 16-channel Pro16e A-Net stream comprised of the eight
stereo mixes from connnected A360 Personal Mixers. No setup or routing
is required at the Aviom D800 or the A360. By connecting the Mixes Out
port on the Aviom D800 to an AN-16/o
v.4 Output Module, these stereo mixes can be connected to the transmitter
units for the musicians’ wireless in-ear monitors, eliminating the
need for analog cables from the A360s to the transmitters and keeping
all analog connections off stage.
All versions of the Aviom D800 include a rear-panel Ethernet port, which
can be connected to a standard Wi-Fi router. By connecting an iOS device—Apple®
iPhone®, iPod touch®, or iPad®—to the Wi-Fi network,
musicians can extend the user interface of their A360 onto their device’s
The Aviom 2U D800 is powered by an internal switching power supply, with
a detachable power cord and IEC power inlet on the rear panel. Isolated
(floating ground) DC power is supplied to eight A-Net outputs for providing
remote power via Cat-5e to Personal Mixers. All network connections on
the D800 use heavy duty locking Neutrik® EtherCon® connectors.
An unlimited number of Aviom D800 A-Net Distributors can be used in an
A-Net network, and all versions of the D800 are compatible with all Pro16