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A20-Nexus Live Demo

Mar 7, 2023
OnlineUnited States (US)

Are you curious about the A20-Nexus multichannel, true diversity wireless receiver? Do you want to talk directly with Sound Devices product experts about it? Then join us on Tuesday, March 7th, at 10:00am CST for an online demo hosted live by our very own Paul Isaacs and Gary Trenda!  

They’ll cover the A20-Nexus receiver’s advanced features, such as a 470-1525 MHz global tuning range via SpectraBand, NexLink long distance remote control of transmitters, integrated RTSA, and PoE and audio via Dante. They’ll also talk about the new A20-Nexus 4-Channel Expansion Licenses, which increase the eight receiver channel count to 12 or 16. Paul and Gary will also demonstrate the AutoAssist function, just introduced with the recent v1.20 A20-Nexus software update. AutoAssist automatically scans the current tuning band for clean frequencies and assigns them to multiple channels. The clean frequencies are automatically pushed to NexLinked transmitters. 

This event will also include a moderated Q&A session at the end. You can submit any questions you have – before or during the live demo – and get them answered during the session. 

Don’t miss out! Sign up for the live demo here

A20-Nexus Demo at Trew Audio Atlanta

Feb 10, 2023
AtlantaGeorgia,United States (US)

On February 10th, 2023, Trew Audio in Atlanta, Georgia, will open its doors to host a hands-on demo led by our own Paul Isaacs. He will give an in-depth look at our new A20-Nexus multichannel, true diversity wireless receiver and dive into its features like 470-1525 MHz global tuning range via SpectraBand, NexLink long distance remote control of transmitters, integrated RTSA, and PoE and audio via Dante. Paul will also announce new A20-Nexus features that will be available with the latest firmware update. 

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A20-Nexus

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A20-Nexus Demo at Gotham Sound in Atlanta

Feb 10, 2023
AtlantaGeorgia,United States (US)

On February 10th, product specialist Paul Isaacs will join the team at Gotham Sound in Atlanta to give a hands-on demo of our new A20-Nexus multichannel, true diversity wireless receiver. Paul will talk about new features on the A20-Nexus and walk through what makes it unrivaled, including its 470-1525 MHz global tuning range via SpectraBand, NexLink long-distance remote-control of transmitters, integrated RTSA, and PoE and audio via Dante. 

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A20-Nexus

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A20-Nexus Demo at Gotham Sound in New York

Feb 9, 2023
New York CityNew York,United States (US)

Gotham Sound is welcoming guests to its New York office on Thursday, February 9th, at 10:30am, to be part of an exclusive product announcement and a hands-on demonstration of the new Sound Devices A20-Nexus multichannel, true diversity wireless receiver. Product specialist Paul Isaacs will go through the features that make the A20-Nexus receiver so unique, including: 

  • 470-1525 MHz global tuning range via SpectraBand 
  • NexLink long distance remote control of transmitters 
  • Integrated RTSA 
  • PoE and audio via Dante

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A20-Nexus

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SpeedDrive Gap-pad

“What is that sticky white pad in my SpeedDrive?”

Every SpeedDrive enclosure comes with a gap-pad, a thermally conductive cushion that helps dissipate heat.

Do not remove the gap-pad when installing the mSATA SSD into the SpeedDrive enclosure, or at any other point.

  • ProRes 4k video recording produces an extremely high data rate which produces quite a bit of heat no matter what recording medium is used.
  • The SpeedDrive enclosure is expressly designed to wick the heat away from the SSD via its thermally conductive gap-pad and heat sink.
  • Though the SpeedDrive can be very warm to the touch, this is by design. It keeps the SSD as cool as possible.
  • When operating in very hot environments, the PIX-E monitors will display an alert if the mSATA drive is approaching maximum operating temperatures. These alerts may appear more frequently if the gap-pad is removed.

For these reasons, Sound Devices Customer Support strongly recommends that you do not remove the gap-pad.

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