India’s Radio Mirchi installs Axia iQ consoles
India´s Radio Mirchi recently inaugurated their new studios in Pune, India by signing on with an Axia Audio AoIP network and iQ mixing consoles.
Radio Mirchi, operated by Times of India’s Entertainment Network India Ltd., serves Delhi, India’s largest city by area and home to nearly 17 million residents. Mirchi is also heard throughout India over a nationwide network of private FM radio stations.
Radio Mirchi’s Axia equipment includes several iQ mixing desks with QOR.32 Integrated Console Engines, plus assorted IP-Audio networking gear. The sale was made through AVC Broadcast India, headquartered in Mumbai.
The Axia iQ console is a stereo, four-bus mixer that can expand, using plug-in accessory frames, from eight faders to up to 24 faders. These accessory frames also feature additional controls, such as built-in multi-line telephone controllerse and user-programmable logic keys. iQ’s QOR.32 console engine features 4 Mic inputs, 16 analog ins and 8 analog outs 2 AES/EBU ins and outs, 8 GPIO logic ports, 6 100Base-T Livewire ports for single-cable connection of networked audio devices, and 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports for connection to other studios.