The base triple input module is offered with or without 3-band equaliser and with analogue, AES, or USB inputs. The module can be selected to operate as a mono input. A screwdriver operated trimmer sets coarse gain for the microphone input; channel fine gain is adjusted with a rotary control. Switches select which of the three inputs is active. The unbalanced line B input can have an optional RIAA Pre Amp PCB fitted for use with turntables. The channel can feed the programme or sub mix or both. A rotary control adjusts the send level to the stereo aux mix; a separate rotary control adjusts pan/balance control. A switch feeds the channel to the cue mix and a button selects the channel as on/off. A 100mm ALPS fader feeds the VCA adjusting the level to the programme or sub mix. Certain fader start, ON and cue buttons functions are configurable via external software.
This module is the same as the non EQ module, but offers in addition EQ section with three rotary controls to adjust high, mid and low frequencies. The HF control provides +/- 12 dB at 10kHz, shelving; the MF control +/- 12dB at 1kHz, bell; and the LF +/- 12 dB at 60Hz, bell.
The microphone input is electronically balanced, via a 3-pin female XLR, with selectable 48V phantom power. A single female XLR provides a balanced AES stereo input, compatible with sample rates of 32kHz to 96kHz. A male XLR provides an AES output of the main or sub output. The second digital line input is SPDIF via single RCA (phono) socket; a digital SPDIF output is via another RCA (phono) socket. Red light or studio remote connections use a 6.35mm jack socket. Fader start and a microphone 'insert' are via separate 6.35mm jack sockets. This module also includes the same EQ section as the Airlab Triple Input EQ Module.
The microphone input is electronically balanced, via a 3-pin female XLR, with selectable 48V phantom power. A USB typeB connector on the master section accepts a maximum of 4 stereo inputs. The second line input is un-balanced analogue audio via 2x phono plug sockets. Red light or studio remote connections use a 6.35mm jack socket. Fader start and a microphone 'insert' are via separate 6.35mm jack sockets. This module also includes the same EQ section as the Airlab Triple Input EQ Module.
This module add VoIP functionality to the Airlab-DT. When installed, one of the RJ-11 is replaced by 1x USB connector, with the other RJ-11 having a clean-feed signal on pin 1 and 4. This allows the connection of external analogue or digital hybrid to a landline or GSM Hybrid. When CUE is active in the VoIP module, the caller is connected to the CUE bus and also the engineers talk-back, but only goes 'live' when the fader position is increased.
This has a resistive balance control operated with a screwdriver and a rotary control adjusts the send to the phone line. A switch selects which of the two inputs is active and a rotary control adjusts fine gain. Switches select low-pass and high-pass filters, and an LED indicates when the hybrid is connected. An LED flashes to indicate if the hybrid is receiving an incoming call. The channel can be selected to the programme or sub mix or both and there is a rotary control to adjust the send level to the stereo aux mix as well as a rotary control to control pan/balance. A button selects the channel as on/off. A 100mm fader adjusts level. Certain fader start, on and cue buttons functions are configurable in software.
Airlab Control Module
This module allows hardware interfacing with automation systems, to control such things as jingle start/stop, 'next' in automation, and many others. There are 24 switches that can illuminate red, green or yellow (indicating playing, stopped, ready for example). A push button encoder is used as a selection control. Assignment of button functions is via the included Airlab configuration software.
This plug in card can save personalised settings of the console to the chipcard media. One chipcard is included with the Airlab DT console; additional cards can be purchased. Settings including module setup, start/stop, cue-start active, fader start, timer start, on-air control, auto cue and cue reset can be stored.