Stage Tec is recognized as one of the leading pioneers in the age of transition from analogue to digital audio technology and has set new benchmarks thanks to continuous research and development. The 2002 launch of its flagship console AURUS was a notable success with more than 300 systems sold worldwide to date, continuing with its successor AURUS Platinum. AURUS is found in the most prestigious venues such as the Moscow Kremlin Palace (Russia), the “Bird’s Nest” Olympic Stadium for the 2008 Beijing games (China), BMW’s new automobile delivery and event centre at Munich (Germany), and the BBC Scotland broadcasting service headquarters in Glasgow (U.K.).

In 2006, the introduction of the compact mixing console AURATUS extended the product range for broadcast and theatre applications making Stage Tec’s key benefits of superlative sound quality and ultimate reliability in professional use available in a compact, cost-effective console for a broad range of applications. In the following years, the mixing consoles CRESCENDO, ON AIR 24 and ON AIR flex followed so that today Stage Tec offers a comprehensive range from the smallest to the largest consoles.

AUDIO MIXING CONSOLES

AURUS Platinum

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Combines tried and tested reliability with cutting edge features and a freshly updated user interface. AURUS Platinum represents our most powerful tool for live mixing and production including a new touch pad, new central functions for fast and effective workflow and deep integration with the NEXUS audio network.

CRESCENDO Platinum

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In addition to its sheer processing power, other highlights of the XACI card include a fanless 3U build in a space-saving footprint as well as the possibility to access the NEXUS audio bus. The benefit of this approach is that users can now use audio files rather than sine waves for line detection purposes.

AURUS

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The fully digital audio mixing-console system, consists of a main console and the separate audio processor NEXUS STAR. The NEXUS STAR rack accommodates all the processing components; the RMC main-controller board and up to seven RMD signal-processor boards.

AURATUS

The basic idea behind the AURATUS was to design a compact digital console that could be used in predefined workflows in radio and TV production. Therefore, the AURATUS features not only a hardwired bus layout but also a user interface optimised for quick and simple operation.

CRESCENDO

From the functionality and feature-set point of view the CRESCENDO mixing con­sole sits in between the AURUS and AURATUS. The console is a response to the increased demand for slimmed down user interfaces with reduced fea­ture sets.

ON AIR FLEX

From the functionality and feature-set point of view the CRESCENDO mixing con­sole sits in between the AURUS and AURATUS. The console is a response to the increased demand for slimmed down user interfaces with reduced fea­ture sets.

AUDIO ROUTING

XACI

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With its ARM-based Cortex A9 processor, the XACI(NEXUS Advanced Control Interface) provides cutting-edge processing power to satisfy even seemingly outlandish requests, while also enabling even tighter system integration.

Monitor Control

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Monitor Control provides an easy way to monitor signals in NEXUS networks, completely independent of the mixing console. It is aimed as a monitor controller in a sound editing suite or for supervisor monitoring control in large NEXUS networks.

XDSP

Monitor Control provides an easy way to monitor signals in NEXUS networks, completely independent of the mixing console. It is aimed as a monitor controller in a sound editing suite or for supervisor monitoring control in large NEXUS networks.

XRT

XRT is part of the fourth generation of NEXUS system fibre-optic boards. For the first time it decouples the audio routing of the fibre-optic interfaces from the Base Device‘s backplane, increasing its routing capacity.

XETR and HXETR

XETR (4 bidirectional AES3 signals) and HXETR (8 bidirectional AES3 signals) constitute a new generation of AES3 interface boards for NEXUS systems. For the first time, AES3 inputs and outputs are combined on one NEXUS card.

NEXUS

The NEXUS is a fully digital routing system for audio signals. Designed as a distributed system, the NEXUS comprises multiple Base Devices having a modular structure interconnected by fibre-optic cables.