Axel Oxygen 3000D Digital Broadcast Mixer

Digital Broadcast Console

Oxygen 3000 Digital Mixing Console for Radio defined a new standard in the broadcast market. Characterized by an elegant design and compact size, Oxygen 3000 is suitable to be used as On Air Console and Production Console. Oxygen 3000 is based on digital technology with DSP audio processing to deliver high-end quality, latest features and flexibility with ease of use. Oxygen 3000 is the Bestseller in its category at the best quality/price ratio. Oxygen 3000 is a powerful and compact unit featuring 10 faders, meters for each single channel, built-in 7” display for settings, wide range of connectivity and accessories in a rugged and classy steel chassis.Easy and reliable as the analogue mixing consoles, Oxygen 3000 adds the value of the digital engine that grants a near 0 latency ( < 0,7 ms I/O ) and plenty of advanced functions as the internal routing signal, customizable preset and easy recall, user defined smart keys, analog and digital I/O.Oxygen 3000 completely revised with a brand new firmware.

Description

Axel Oxygen 3000D Digital Broadcast Mixer

Digital Broadcast Console

Oxygen 3000 Digital Mixing Console for Radio defined a new standard in the broadcast market. Characterized by an elegant design and compact size, Oxygen 3000 is suitable to be used as On Air Console and Production Console. Oxygen 3000 is based on digital technology with DSP audio processing to deliver high-end quality, latest features and flexibility with ease of use. Oxygen 3000 is the Bestseller in its category at the best quality/price ratio. Oxygen 3000 is a powerful and compact unit featuring 10 faders, meters for each single channel, built-in 7” display for settings, wide range of connectivity and accessories in a rugged and classy steel chassis.Easy and reliable as the analogue mixing consoles, Oxygen 3000 adds the value of the digital engine that grants a near 0 latency ( < 0,7 ms I/O ) and plenty of advanced functions as the internal routing signal, customizable preset and easy recall, user defined smart keys, analog and digital I/O.Oxygen 3000 completely revised with a brand new firmware.

General

Automatic firmware update via Internet
Conditional Access (4-digit PIN)
Save and recall EQ presets (up to 10)
New real-time EQ algorithm with graphic
Faster and more accurate Led Meters display
Save and recall control panel configuration with 10 Snapshots
Save and recall total console configuration. The configuration can be saved to internal memory (microSD), USB and PC (via WEB interface)
User custom GPIs (e.g. Ring, Talkback, channel ON/OFF, etc.)
User custom GPOs (e.g. Hook/ONAIR, Studio-Light, Control Room-Light)
Selectable home page layouts for built-in 7″ display
Selectable home page layouts for HDMI Output
Gain adjustment knobs with adaptive speed
Dimmable buttons light
Adjustable fader ON/OFF threshold (from -50db to 0 db)
CountUp/Timer/CountDown on studio and control room microphones on the built-in 7″ display
A & B source names on the 7″ Display and HDMI Out
MONO inputs assignable as EXT source
Ducking / AutoFader assignable to all sources (automatic attenuation of music on speech)
WEB UI with service features (Save, restore, update, logs, etc)
New theme icons on display screens

 

Stereo Inputs

Channel mode selection: STEREO, MONO, L, R, INV-L, INV-R, INV

 

Bluetooth Module

With Bluetooth calls, PFL enables PRIVATE conversation mode

MIC-Mono Inputs

Independent ON AIR Lights and Cut Off control, when opening Control Room and Studio microphones
PFL button switches to private conversation on Hybrid/Telco/Bluetooth mode
Enable TalkBack feature on any Studio or Control Room microphone
Parametric Compressors/Expander (drive, threshold, attack time, release time) for MICROPHONE and MONO inputs
Save and recall microphone presets including Compressor/Expander settings
Phase inversion on microphone inputs

 

Telco Channels

GPI and GPO management on all 5 Telco channels
RING and HOOK on F1 key for each TELCO channels
N-1 on Telco outputs for all BUS (PGM, SUB, AUX-1, and AUX-2)

 

Monitor Out

Adjustable maximum Control Room and Studio speakers volume
Adjustable maximum Control Room and Studio headphones volume
Adjustable CUT or Attenuation mode (-40, -30, -20, -10 dB) on Control Room and Studio speakers
Independent source selection (PGM, SUB, AUX1, AUX2, EXT) for control room and studio speakers, control room and studio headphones with or without PFL
Independent Talk Back management on Control Room and Studio speakers
Independent Talk Back management on Control Room, Studio and Guest headphones
Selectable source for Guest headphones (PGM, SUB, AUX1, AUX2, EXT)
Same source selection for Control Room and Studio headphones, with independent level

 

Oxygen 3000 New Features

General

Automatic firmware update via Internet
Conditional Access (4-digit PIN)
Save and recall EQ presets (up to 10)
New real-time EQ algorithm with graphic
Faster and more accurate Led Meters display
Save and recall control panel configuration with 10 Snapshots
Save and recall total console configuration. The configuration can be saved to internal memory (microSD), USB and PC (via WEB interface)
User custom GPIs (e.g. Ring, Talkback, channel ON/OFF, etc.)
User custom GPOs (e.g. Hook/ONAIR, Studio-Light, Control Room-Light)
Selectable home page layouts for built-in 7″ display
Selectable home page layouts for HDMI Output
Gain adjustment knobs with adaptive speed
Dimmable buttons light
Adjustable fader ON/OFF threshold (from -50db to 0 db)
CountUp/Timer/CountDown on studio and control room microphones on the built-in 7″ display
A & B source names on the 7″ Display and HDMI Out
MONO inputs assignable as EXT source
Ducking / AutoFader assignable to all sources (automatic attenuation of music on speech)
WEB UI with service features (Save, restore, update, logs, etc)
New theme icons on display screens

 

Stereo Inputs

Channel mode selection: STEREO, MONO, L, R, INV-L, INV-R, INV

 

Bluetooth Module

With Bluetooth calls, PFL enables PRIVATE conversation mode

 

MIC-Mono Inputs

Independent ON AIR Lights and Cut Off control, when opening Control Room and Studio microphones
PFL button switches to private conversation on Hybrid/Telco/Bluetooth mode
Enable TalkBack feature on any Studio or Control Room microphone
Parametric Compressors/Expander (drive, threshold, attack time, release time) for MICROPHONE and MONO inputs
Save and recall microphone presets including Compressor/Expander settings
Phase inversion on microphone inputs

 

Telco Channels

GPI and GPO management on all 5 Telco channels
RING and HOOK on F1 key for each TELCO channels
N-1 on Telco outputs for all BUS (PGM, SUB, AUX-1, and AUX-2)

 

Monitor Out

Adjustable maximum Control Room and Studio speakers volume
Adjustable maximum Control Room and Studio headphones volume
Adjustable CUT or Attenuation mode (-40, -30, -20, -10 dB) on Control Room and Studio speakers
Independent source selection (PGM, SUB, AUX1, AUX2, EXT) for control room and studio speakers, control room and studio headphones with or without PFL
Independent Talk Back management on Control Room and Studio speakers
Independent Talk Back management on Control Room, Studio and Guest headphones
Selectable source for Guest headphones (PGM, SUB, AUX1, AUX2, EXT)
Same source selection for Control Room and Studio headphones, with independent level

Inputs & Outputs

Microphone Inputs – Oxygen 3000 allows connection of XLR and RJ45 connector:

Inputs replicated from XLR to RJ45: 2-3-4-5, balanced with 48V Phantom and GPIO
Telco: Microphone No. 5 mutually exclusive

 

Digital input line:

Digital Input: 1 AESEBU Input on XLR

 

Analogue Outputs:

Line Outputs: 6
Balanced outputs: 4 Line out on XLR – PGM, SUB, AUX-1, AUX-2
Unbalanced outputs: 2 Line out on RCA – REC-1, REC-2

 

Headphones and local monitor outputs:

Balanced outputs: 2 line out on RJ45 for Studio Presenter and Studio Guest Headphones
Unbalanced outputs: 2 Line out on RCA for Control Room and Studio Speaker
Unbalanced outputs: 2 Line out on Jack 6.3 for Control Room and Studio Headphones

 

Analogue inputs lines:

Line Inputs: 8
Balanced inputs: 3 Line In on XLR
Unbalanced Inputs: 4 Line on RCA
Aux Input: 1 Line In Jack 3.5mm

 

Telephone hybrid and Telco:

Telephone Hybrid: 1 POTS/PSTN telephone line with Line.In and Tel.Set connection
Telco: 1 in/out N-1 to connect external telephone hybrid with control via TLC/GPIO
4 inputs/outputs N-1 on inputs STEREO 4/5 and outputs REC 1/2

 

Digital output:

Digital Output: 1 AESEBU output on XLR

 

GPI/GPO:

GPI: 12 in total, for Talk back, Telephone Hybrid or other features
GPO: 10 total, to control OnAir lamps or Telephone Hybrid

 

Talk Box

It is a device dedicated to the presenter or guests.This TalkBox is very simple to connect to the On Air Console, actually its take 2 RJ45 cables of the length that needed to connect it to the mixer. It is possible to connect maximum up to 4 units.The TalkBox offer a direct connection of the microphone and relative On-Air light, it is also possible to directly connect the studio’s On-Air Light. The Talk Box has a headphone amplifier with two 6.3mm outputs.Through the two large backlit buttons it is possible to activate and deactivate your own microphone (On / Off / Cough) or enable Talk back to the console.

 

Details

USB audio interfaceThe USB audio interface allows to directly connect the PC to the Oxygen 3000 console, with no need for audio cards: infact the PC detects the console as a digital audio card with 2 stereo inputs and 2 stereo outputs for simultaneous playout and recording.

Telephone Hybrid and TelcoThe built-in telephone hybrid allows direct connection of a telephone line POTS/PSTN on RJ-11C. The audio is processed via DSP that delivers a state-of-the-art audio processing. It’s also available a Telco N-1 in/out, to connect Oxygen 3000 to an external telephone hybrid. The output Telco N-1 is always available on XLR male, while the input receiving line is mutually shared with Mic-5. TLC commands are available on SubD connector with Hook and Ring interface for external telephone hybrid.4 inputs/outputs N-1 on inputs STEREO 4/5 and outputs REC 1/2 are also available without GPIO controls.

BluetoothOxygen 3000 has a Bluetooth connection. This allows airing the calls made via Skype, Viber, Whatsapp or a normal phone calls by a Smartphone and Tablet.Oxygen 3000 has two modes of Bluetooth connection, bidirectional to support phone calls and mono monodirectional for streaming high quality stereo audio (A2DP): this last feature allows airing the music from smartphones and tablets.

GPIO The console Oxygen 3000 has 12 GPI and 10 GPO, which allow connections to OnAir signal lamps according the opening of a microphone channel, or provide HOOK and RING commands for external telephone Hybrid.

Features details

Display 7″

The OXYGEN 3000 has a 7 ” colour graphic display for displaying all the airing parameters and for configuring all the device feature.The large display combined with the 4 rotary knobs allow the fast and intuitive programming of all the mixer parameters. actually, Oxygen 3000 have a very easy and intuitive programming interface has been specially designed.

 

HDMI output

The HDMI output in OXYGEN 3000 is offer the possibility to connect a display monitor FullHD at the console. This feature providing multiple information on settings and operating levels. List of HDMI output display components.

Audio input source leavle
4 1 BUS output leavle
A/B sources assigned of 10 channels
Display ON-Air sources
Microphone On timer (control room & studio)
Large Clock
Audio output level (Loudspeakers & Headphones)
OnAir microphone
Telephone active
The HDMI interface also offers the possibility for radio stations to upload their own logo on the graphic interface.

 

Power supply

Universal Power on IEC Schuko cord, thanks to the universal power supply switching with working voltage between 90Vac and 264Vac and frequency between 50-60Hz. The PSU is able to adapt itself to the operating voltage of any country in the world. It’s also available redundant power supply (optional)

 

Technical Specifications

Analog Balanced Stereo Inputs

Connector XLR Balanced – EMI Suppressed
Input Impedance 10Kohm
Nominal Input Level (sensitivity) 0dBu
Max Input Level (clipping point) 18,5dBu
A/D conversion 24 bit / 48 Khz
Frequency response /-0,5dB from 20Hz to 20kHz
Signal To Noise Ratio (referred to peak level) >100dB
Stereo Separation (referred to peak level) >90dB
THD N <0,002%
Analog Unbalanced Stereo Inputs

Connector RCA unbalanced – EMI Suppressed
Input Impedance 10Kohm
Nominal Input Level (sensitivity) 0dBu
Max Input Level (clipping point) 18,5dBu
A/D conversion 24 bit / 48 Khz
Signal To Noise Ratio (referred to peak level) >90dB
Stereo Separation (referred to peak level) >80dB
THD N <0,05%
Analog Balanced Microphone Inputs

Connector XLR Balanced – EMI Suppressed
Input Impedance 2,4Kohm
Nominal Input Level (sensitivity) -21dBu
Max Input Level (clipping point) 7dBu
A/D conversion 24 bit / 48 Khz
Signal To Noise Ratio (referred to peak level) >90dB
THD N <0,01%
Analog Gain Adjustable 0 ÷ 60dB (3dB step)
Phantom Power 48V
Analog Balanced Telco Input (shared with MIC5, mutually exclusive)

Connector XLR Balanced – EMI Suppressed
Input Impedance 2,4Kohm
Nominal Input Level (sensitivity) 0dBu
Max Input Level (clipping point) 18,5dBu
A/D conversion 24 bit / 48 Khz
Signal To Noise Ratio (referred to peak level) >90dB
THD N <0,01%
Analog Balanced Stereo Outputs

Connector XLR Balanced – EMI Suppressed
Output Impedance 23ohm, nominal 600ohm
Nominal Output Level 0dBu
Max Output Level (clipping point) 18,5dBu
D/A conversion 24 bit / 48 Khz
Signal To Noise Ratio (referred to peak level) >100dB
Stereo Separation (referred to peak level) >90dB
THD N <0,002%
Analog Unbalanced Stereo Outputs

Connector RCA Unbalanced – EMI Suppressed
Output Impedance nominal 560ohm
Nominal Output Level 0dBu
Max Output Level (clipping point) 19dBu
D/A conversion 24 bit / 48 Khz
Signal To Noise Ratio (referred to peak level) >90dB
Stereo Separation (referred to peak level) >80dB
THD N <0,05%
Analog Balanced Talkbox Outputs

Connector RJ45 balanced – EMI Suppressed
Output Impedance 100ohm, nominal 600ohm
Nominal Output Level 0dBu
Max Output Level (clipping point) 14dBu
D/A conversion 24 bit / 48 Khz
Signal To Noise Ratio (referred to peak level) >100dB
Stereo Separation (referred to peak level) >90dB
THD N <0,05%
Analog Balanced Telco Output

Connector XLR Balanced – EMI Suppressed
Output Impedance 23ohm, nominal 600ohm
Nominal Output Level 0dBu
Max Output Level (clipping point) 18,5dBu
D/A conversion 24 bit / 48 Khz
Signal To Noise Ratio (referred to peak level) >100dB
THD N <0,002%
Digital Input

Connector Balanced on 1 XLR – EMI Suppressed
Input Impedance 110Ω
Standard AES3
Audio Sample Rate 32/44.1/48KHz with aSRC
Resolution 24 bit
Dynamic Range (Converter Values) 124dB
Digital Output

Connector Balanced on 1 XLR – EMI Suppressed
Input Impedance 110Ω
Standard AES3
Audio Sample Rate 48KHz
Resolution 24 bit
Dynamic Range (Converter Values) 124dB
USB Audio Digital I/O

Connector USB Type B – EMI Suppressed
Playback And Recording Sample Rate 48KHz fixed
Resolution 16 bit
Channel count 1 Stereo play, 1 stereo rec for each USB interface
PSTN Interface

Connector RJ11
Transhybrid loss >36dB
System

Audio Core Analog Devices ADAU1452 32bit 294MHz fixed point DSP
Audio CODECs Cirrus CS42448 24bit/192kHz
System Core Allwinner A20 dual core cortex-A7 at 800MHz, 1GB RAM
System display 7” TFT 800×480 LCD
LAN Connection RJ45 – 100Mbit
Nominal Delay (analog input to analog output) 0,7ms
GPIO Inputs/Outputs 12 GPI / 10 GPO
Communication Port 2xUSB type-A, 2xUSB type-B , 1xLAN, 1xHDMI
Operating Temperature 0°C ÷ 40°C
PSU (optionally redundant)

Power Supply 90-260 Vac / 47-63 Hz 45W
Dimensions

Dimensions (W; H; D) 660mm; 142mm; 540mm
Weight < 20Kg