The latest Nyquist firmware introduces new capabilities for a variety of Nyquist devices, including operation as SIP compliant endpoints for VoIP phone system paging and networked managed audio applications, or simply as standalone audio equipment. The first wave of devices with these new capabilities includes the NQ-P0100 Matrix Mixer Pre-Amp (MMPA), NQ-PAxxx Public Address Mixer Amplifiers (PAMA), and the NQ-Axxxx 2- and 4-Channel Audio Power Amplifiers (Amps).
These Nyquist devices incorporate the latest in IP technology with network-based volume and DSP controls, combined SIP endpoint and priority-based Multicast streaming functionality, and they can integrate with any 3rd party VoIP telephone system or other SIP server-based solutions such as a unified communications (UC) platform. In a non-SIP environment, the devices are capable of receiving audio through one or more Multicast channels. The easy-to-use, web-based graphical user interface allows users to create up to 24 prioritized audio channels using unique codec, Multicast address and port number combinations. The devices all support G.711, Wideband G.722, and OPUS (HD Audio) codecs, and are UL/CSA and CE certified, as applicable.