Q-SYS brings audio, video and control together under the Q-SYS OS which drives a fully integrated Q-SYS Core Processor, eliminating unnecessary programming (and costly points of failure) for interconnecting separate audio DSP, control processor hardware and video peripherals.
Simplified: From Schematic to Screen without Programming
Build robust user control interfaces (UCI) by simply dragging any Q-SYS DSP or control element from the Q-SYS Schematic into the new Q-SYS UCI Editor. Simple, one-button deployment for UCIs to any native Q-SYS touch screen controller from a single UCI, or hundreds of UCIs across an enterprise installation.
Scalable: QIO Series Network Audio Expanders
The Q-SYS QIO Series network audio I/O expanders extend your Q-SYS system’s capabilities and enable streamlined interoperability with non-networked audio devices. By separating local I/O from processing hardware, the QIO Series offer modular and easily scalable network I/O to support your desired topology. There are three models that offer mic/line connectivity to integrate consumer or professional audio devices into your Q-SYS system.
QIO Features & Benefits
- Native network audio I/O solution for Q-SYS
- QIO-ML4i: Four (4) mic/line inputs
- QIO-L4o: Four (4) line outputs
- QIO-ML2x2: Two (2) mic/line inputs and two (2) line outputs
- Professional, high performance mic/line level inputs (with +48 VDC phantom power) and/or line outputs
- Microphone detection on inputs to enable monitoring, usage statistics and failure notifications
- Power over Ethernet (PoE) capable or daisy-chain up to four QIO expanders on a single network run (with local daisy-chained DC power
- Simple drag-and-drop integration and comprehensive management via Q-SYS Designer Software and Q-SYS Reflect Enterprise Manager
- Surface- or rack-mountable (1RU, quarter width)
- Includes surface mounting hardware
NV Series Video Endpoints
Easily integrate some of the most commonly used elements of today’s modern conference room with video endpoints and devices by approved Q-SYS Partners.
Add Rooms, Not Control Processors
The Q-SYS OS drives control from a single processor, allowing for centralized control and expansion of multiple rooms.