Telos Alliance’s Axia iQx Console Adds Automix Capabilities

The Telos Alliance has introduced software v1.3.2 to the Axia iQx AoIP console adding automatic mixing capability.

Telos said V1.3.2 allows operators to automatically balance the levels of on-air-microphones when more than one mic is open at a time in a studio.

The Automix function intelligently pulls down the levels when a person isn't speaking and resolves conflicts based on assigned priorities, offering improved sound for dynamic conversations.

V1.3.2 is now available for download on the iQx product page on the Telos Alliance website. 

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