Q-SYS Adds QIO-AES8x8, QIO-TEL2 to QIO Series I/O Portfolio

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Q-SYS announced additions to its QIO Series I/O peripheral portfolio: the QIO-AES8x8 and QIO-TEL2. These new modular devices expand Q-SYS system capabilities to enable interoperability with non-networked audio and analog telephony systems. By decoupling local I/O from processing hardware, QIO Series devices “allow users to place the I/O where it is needed to support the topology.”

The QIO-AES8x8 features eight AES3 digital inputs and eight AES3 digital outputs, allowing users to integrate a range of digital sources into their systems, including media servers, mixing consoles, digital audio workstations (DAWs), or other digital recording and playback devices.

The QIO-TEL2 integrates two PSTN (POTS) phone lines on standard RJ-11 connectors to integrate analog telephony systems into Q-SYS. The QIO-TEL2 is designed to handle PSTN subscriber lines, PBX phone and paging systems, and retrofit applications.