Ti-Series Processing & Breakouts
Integrated Audio Management
Break multiple channels off your network with a TiBoB, then apply EQ, mixing and dynamics with a Ti1048, and set up complete off-line system monitoring.
Supporting the most popular network audio transports currently available, and offering the flexibility to work with a relative newcomer, the Ti Breakout boxes fit into any installation (or live sound) application with ease. Both the 8 & 16 channel models have installer-friendly Phoenix connections (8 channel XLR version also available) for all audio and remote I/O and a universal power supply to work anywhere.
The programmable GPI port can be used to monitor and control other Ti Series components on the the network, with RS485 bridging via the network audio link to all parts of the system. Alternatively, the unit may be used independently just as an audio breakout, straight from the box.
Supported Audio Networks: Cobranet, Danté
Master amplifier mute logic level input*;
Master amplifier standby logic level input*;
Master mode select logic input;
Master mode fault reset logic input**;
General error logic output;
Network (comms) error logic output;
Amplifier load error logic output;
Amplifier protection error logic output;
Power Fail Audio Input: Relay linked to all audio outputs
RS485 Comms: 3-way Phoenix for connection to local components only
*Local amplifiers only will be controlled in non-master mode
**Fault reset only used in “latched” master mode (see manual for details of master mode operation)
Offering full matrix mixing and a palette of EQ functions to satisfy even the most demanding application, the Ti1048 doesn’t compromise your processing. 24-bit high end converters, coupled with a 96k sample rate ensure a bandwidth in excess of 30kHz and a dynamic range of over 112dB.
XTA’s world class limiters, offering unrivalled transparency (even when being driven hard) give peace of mind when configuring a system to “set and forget”, guaranteeing it will always sounds its best and be safe. Set-up of timed preset recalls, along with full real time monitoring and control offer complete peace of mind. Then just unplug the USB and you’re good to go!
A brand new software package, iCore, has been developed to work alongside all Ti Series components (amplifiers, breakout boxes, processors) and provides a centralised point for all control and monitoring. Via either the front USB or an RS485 link, the Ti1048 is entirely configured under iCore.”
+6dB to -40dB in 0.1dB steps (Input); +15db to -40dB in 0.1dB steps (Output)
+6dB to -40dB in 0.1dB steps plus mute (Matrix)
Parametric Filter Suite: 8 bands per input, 9 Bands per output
Filter Gain: +15dB to -30dB in 0.1dB steps
Freq. Range: 19.7Hz – 32kHz in 1/36 octave steps
Filter ‘Q’/Bandwidth: 0.4 to 128 / 2.5 to 0.008
Switched to shelving response LF: 19.2|Hz to 1kHz; HF: 1kHz to 32kHz
Additional filter types: High/Low Variable “Q” (resonant), High/Low Pass Elliptical, Band Pass, Notch, Phase, All Pass, High/Low Shelving
Crossover Filters: High Pass: 10Hz to 16kHz, Low Pass: 35Hz to 22kHz, in 1/36 octave steps
Responses: 1st order 6dB/oct; Bessel/Butterworth/Linkwitx-Riley 12-24dB/oct.
Maximum Delay Setting: 650mS (Input to Output), Minimum step size 0.3uS
Program Limiter: Threshold +22dBu to -10dBu; Attack Time 0.3mSto 90mS; Release Time 2/4/8/16/32x Atk*
“D-Max” Clip Limiter: Attack Time -60uS; Release Time Slow/Medium/Fast*
Real Time Clock and Calendar: Updated automatically when synced with PC
User Memories and Timers: Up to 20 user memories; Up to 10 Timer Recalls
GPI Recalls: Simple (one recall per input); Complex (up to 16 recalls – binary encoded); Wall Panel Mode**
*Limiter attack and release times can be set to automatically track the high pass filter on each output channel (recommended).
**For use with MC2 preset recall wall panel only
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