Aviom's A360 Personal Mixer offers control, customization, and performance in the form of personal mixing. Because the Aviom system is both economical and easy to install, many churches are turning to the A360 to improve the performance of sound systems.
The A360 Personal Mixer enables houses of worship to customize monitor mixing for each ensemble and each musician. It includes a 36-channel mix engine, and channels can be individually selected for each A360 from a network pool of up to 64 channels, giving engineers and users' flexibility in each user's personal mix. Additionally, the A360 was designed specifically for in-ear monitors. As such, it enables musicians to get a natural sounding in-ear mix.
The A360 features Stereo Placement with Pan-Spread, per-channel reverb, and an Enhance control. It also offers per-channel tone, One-Touch Ambience Instant Mix Recalls, a Mono Mix Out for powered wedges or a subwoofer.
All settings on the A360 can be saved to a USB memory stick, enabling churches to share gear among multiple ensembles, to store settings for safekeeping, and to integrate substitute musicians.
All mixing features are instantly available, with no menus to navigate, no softkeys, and no complex programming.
The A360 is fully compatible with all existing Aviom systems. Features are supported with free firmware updates.