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FAQ: Solus NX

Solus NX is configured via the award winning Composer CAD based design software.

Solus NX is available in 3 configurations, 4×4, 8×8, and 16×8.

No. Solus NX has a single Ethernet port unlike Radius and Edge, which feature dual Ethernet ports.

No. Solus NX has analog inputs and outputs only, and comes in 3 configurations, 4×4, 8×8, and 16×8.

Not directly. However, Solus NX can still be controlled by UDP and TCP/IP over Ethernet. RS-232 control can be added by pairing the Solus NX with xControl.

Yes, the Solus NX does have local GPIO so the xControl is not needed in most cases. All 3 Solus NX models have 2 analog control ports (2 pots or 4 switches) and 4 Logic Outputs built in.

No. Phantom Power (per input): +20 VDC @ 20 mA maximum per input.

Latency (A/D/A): < 1.6 mS, input routed to output.

Solus NX has the same DSP processing power as the Radius and Edge, utilizing a 400 MHz SHARC processor.

No. Solus NX comes with an external 24 VAC adaptor and IEC cable.

Yes, direct connection from your PC to Solus NX hardware is possible by simply using a straight-through CAT5 cable.

Yes, all of the ARC models are supported, even the new ARC-3. The ARC-PSe can be used as well.

Yes, the Solus NX ARC port features 24V, 500 mA output to power connected ARCs, just like Radius and Edge.

No, although the THI-101 Telephone Headset Interface can be used as a simple solution.

Yes, Solus NX can access all of the features in Composer software available to Radius and Edge including SymVue and ARC-WEB.

Yes, Solus NX can access all of the features in Composer software available to Radius and Edge including ARC-WEB and SymVue.

There is 174 mono seconds of total delay memory available.

Audio conversion is 24-bit, 48 kHz with internal processing of 40-bit floating point, 48 kHz.