Thứ Bảy, 10 tháng 9, 2011

NX-100 / NX-100S Network Audio

NX-100 / NX-100SNetwork Audio


TOA NX-100 SERIES NETWORK AUDIO is areliable and easy to use solution for transporting mic or line-level audio signals over IP-based local and wide area networks (LAN/WAN), as well as the Internet. Applications include wide area paging, background music or messaging audio distribution for airports, convention centers, railway stations and transit systems.
The flagship model NX-100 transports variable bandwidth, bi-directional audio, up to 14 kHz, as well as serial RS-232 and contact closure data. Each half-rack sized unit includes a balanced mic/line input and output and a 10/100BaseT Ethernet jack for connection to standard network hardware. The rear panel includes eight programmable trigger inputs to initiate and terminate audio transmissions, eight programmable open collector control outputs and an RS-232 serial port for data transmission/reception.
The NX-100 also has a built-in web server to support browser-based programming, control and monitoring from any network-connected PC. Other features include multiple error correction modes, external 24 VDC input, and Flash-upgradeable firmware.
The new streamlined NX-100S includes all of the same features as the NX-100 minus the RS-232 transport and external 24 VDC capability. Enhancements include front panel signal and peak LED's plus phantom power for condenser microphones.
Both the NX-100 and NX-100S are backed with a five year warranty.
Also see the new N-8000 Series IP Network Intercom Systems.

More Information
Brochure (PDF, 756kb)Spec Sheet (NX-100)
(PDF, 684kb)
Spec Sheet (NX-100S) (PDF, 684kb)Manual (PDF, 1.6Mb)


(PDF, 4.6Mb)

Product Review 

(PDF, 581kb)

Software v2.16* 
(ZIP, 6.9Mb)
*requires Java RT

Firmware v2.15 
(ZIP, 219kb)

White Paper

(PDF, 738kb)

Installation Profile
(PDF, 383kb)

Industry Award!
(PDF, 950kb)
A&E Spec. 
(TXT, 4 kb)
CAD (ZIP/DWG, 476kb)A&E Spec. 
(TXT, 4 kb)
Ad (PDF, 62kb)

NX-100 Front PanelNX-100 Rear Panel(Click image for large view)

  • IP-addressable Audio Codecconverts analog audio (mic or line) to standard IP-based format for transmission over existinglocal or wide area networks(LAN/WAN) including the Internet
  • Bi-directional audio transport
  • Contact closure transport
  • Serial RS-232 data transport (NX-100 only)
  • Reduces installation and operational costs when distributing audio signals to remote locations
  • Balanced mic/line input with adjustable volume control
  • Phantom power (NX-100S only)
  • Balanced line output
  • Built-in Ethernet port (10/100BaseT)
  • Point-to-point transmission (Unicast) of audio signals to up tofour locations
  • Simultaneous transmission (Multicast) of audio signals to upto 64 locations
  • Control inputs can initiate and terminate audio transmissionswithout the need for dedicated PC-based or other controlequipment
    • Eight control inputs with adjustable contact off delay time
    • Eight control outputs:open collector output
  • Adjustable sample rate and audio bandwidth allows efficientuse of network resources
  • Minimum delay: 20 ms
  • Multiple error correction modes
  • Intuitive Configuration, Operating and Managementsoftware
  • Browser-based software allows control and monitoring from any network-based PC
  • Convenient End User featuresincluding customizable Operation software, Operation logs and password protection
  • Front panel indication:Link/Active, Full-Duplex/Collision,Status, Error, Run
  • Signal and Peak Indication (NX-100S only)
  • Front panel Reset button
  • External 24 VDC input for battery backup operation (NX-100 only)
  • Easy to upgrade Flash Memory firmware
  • Compact, half-rack size unit (1 RU)
  • Requires AC power supply, model AD-246
  • Optional rack-mount kits:MB-15B-BK (1 NX-100 or NX-100S), 
    MB-15B-J (2 NX-100 or NX-100S)
  • Five year warranty

  • Airports
  • Audio Distribution To Multiple Remote Locations
  • Auditoriums / Theatres
  • Broadcast
  • Business Music
  • Business Music Distribution
  • Convention Centers
  • Corporate Messaging
  • Educational Facilities
  • Hotels
  • Houses of Worship
  • Industrial / Warehouses
  • Monitoring of Remote Locations
  • Museums
  • Paging Distribution
  • Performing Arts Centers
  • Public Address
  • Railway Stations
  • Retail Chain Stores
  • Sports Facilities
  • Stadiums
  • Theatres
  • Theme Parks
  • Transit Stations
  • Zone Paging