ARX Systems has released the USB DI-Q USB-to-analogue interface, designed in response to a specific request from the Australian Court System. The USB DI-Q provides a solution for interfacing and monitoring the playback of audio evidence files in a courtroom or similar environment.

ARX Systems USB DI-Q The USB DI-Q allows the user to monitor and cue audio files in a closed headphone environment and switch/enable the audio output to a public address/sound system as required. The simplicity of the set-up of the USB DI-Q means that it can easily be integrated into the existing A/V infrastructure of a building. Once in place, the USB DI-Q requires touch button operation, and its simple user interface means that it is easy to use by non-technical operators.

The USB DI-Q is suited to interfacing any USB equipped computer (especially notebook computers) with the balanced inputs of professional sound systems. It installs as a fully compatible plug-and-play generic USB audio device, requiring no special driver installation on Mac OSX, Windows XP, 7/8/10 and includes a premium quality USB-A to USB-B cable.

The front panel features an overall playback volume control for both headphone and XLR outputs and an ‘enable audio to court’ switch and indicator LED. The rear panel has a Type B USB input socket and LED status LED, summed (mono) output XLR with ground lift switch and a quarter-inch (6.5mm) headphone output socket.


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