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Analog Way Introduces High-end Remote for Large Events

Axion by Analog Way is a powerful high-end remote controller to manage, independently or simultaneously, several switchers of the iX Range: Di-VentiX, EventiX, NatiX, and CentriX, either as standalon 10/12/2006 4:00 AM Eastern

Analog Way Introduces High-end Remote for Large Events

Oct 12, 2006 8:00 AM




Axion by Analog Way is a powerful high-end remote controller to manage, independently or simultaneously, several switchers of the iX Range: Di-VentiX, EventiX, NatiX, and CentriX, either as standalone boxes or any kind of combination, including soft-edge blending.

Once connected to the iX Switchers, Axion can control up to six independent screen configurations, single or multiple, even in soft-edge blended mode. Axion controls all the effects and functionalities of the iX Switchers:


  • control of soft-edge blended presentations, on up to 6 different screens, horizontally or vertically,
  • size, shape, and position of the PIP,
  • transition effects,
  • control of sequences,
  • configuration of each input/output of the controlled switchers.

Designed with a 16/9 TFT color touchscreen for preview of all configurations, Axion is especially dedicated to facilitate the setting and programming of presentations on multi-screens. It perfectly fits high-end large events with multi-rooms and very large screens using soft-edge blended technology.

The numerous user-friendly, customizable, and configurable presets enable preparation of the screen configuration, so that they are easily accessible during the presentation. A last-minute modification is easy thanks to the direct input/output selection access. Also equipped with a USB port, the complete configuration of the event can be saved for future use. With its robust and “Live resistant” buttons and its quality T-Bar and joystick, Axion will help to manage multi-screen, multi-location live presentations with a total peace of mind.


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