Launch of the Aviom A640 personal mixer

Aviom has launched its new flagship A640 personal mixer, which comes with new additions like a color screen, a simpler user interface and more features.

Posted: 03/29/2022

Aviom A640 Personal Blender

West Chester, Pennsylvania (March 29, 2021)—Avium launched its new flagship A640 Personal Blender. Now available globally, the new addition to the Aviom lineup has faced many challenges along the way.

According to Carl Bader, co-founder and CEO of Aviom, “After several redesigns and delays caused by the global semiconductor shortage, it’s great to finally be able to put these mixers in the hands of our users. As a small, independent manufacturer, designing and manufacturing products in the United States, we work tirelessly to increase production quantities and shorten product delivery times to minimize the impact of global supply chain issues on our clients. The shipment of the A640 is a major step towards this goal.

Designed to be a next-generation product for the enterprise, the A640 increases user control and customization, offers a newly simplified interface on a color screen, and adds new features intended to provide more options on stage. and in the recording studio. That’s not all changed – it’s still based on Aviom’s A-Net digital audio transport protocol, specifically designed for personal monitoring applications.

Aviom A640 Personal Blender
Aviom A640 Personal Blender

The A640 personal mixer integrates into audio environments using Dante-based audio networks, analog consoles and digital mixers, and remains compatible with all existing Aviom personal mixing products.

In addition to the newly simplified user interface on a color display, Aviom has added a new Channel Mapping feature, which allows users to create a custom channel layout for each A640 using any of 64 input sources. network. An auxiliary mix allows any combination of channels from the main stereo mix to be sent to the secondary mono output, simplifying integration with an additional touch transducer system, subwoofer or powered corner.

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A new Intercom feature allows users to communicate with each other on the Aviom network whenever the A640 is used with Aviom’s D800 A-Net Distributor products. A music director can give instructions or provide feedback to performers using the A640’s built-in mic or an external mic connected to the Aviom network; and other legacy Aviom mixers can also listen to the intercom channel.

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