- COCON Roomserver
- COCON Roomconfigurator
- COCON MeetingManager
- Operator Application
- COCON Interpreter
- COCON Signage
- COCON Audio
- COCON Video
- COCON Nameplate
- Manuals , guides & datasheets
- Central equipment
- Confidea G3 - Wireless
With audio routing, you can control all routing configurations and the auxiliary levels. You can configure the following settings:
- Audio routing configuration
- Auxiliary input levels
- Auxiliary output levels and selection of the output channel
- Automatically route interpretation channels to Dante
Figure 1-64 Audio routing page
Audio routing configuration
By default, there are three pre-configured basic routing options. They are explained here with the picture of the CoCon routing matrix:
No additional audio routing is done.
This adds an external signal, using AUX IN, to the local floor signal and sends the local floor signal, using AUX OUT, to a remote party, for example sitting in a different room.
This option allows you to add an external signal processing equipment or a mixing board.
Presets from CoCon Audio Application
You can use the CoCon Audio application to create additional audio routing configurations. After creation, these are sent to and saved on the Plixus engine. These are then accessible from the webserver, even when CoCon is not running. In contrast to the predefined configurations, you can still edit these configurations.
Auxiliary input levels and output levels are by default referenced on 0 dB. This means there is no amplification or gain reduction. You can adjust the levels manually by using the scroll bar.
When a predefined audio configuration is selected and you use the webserver for the interpreter configuration, there two additional functions are available.
- You can assign an outgoing language channel to Aux 2 and 3. In the drop-down box select the desired outgoing channel. This is only possible when the languages are configured on the webserver.
- All language channels that you configure in the web server can be automatically routed to Dante when you select the checkbox Automatically route interpretation channels to Dante.
This means the following for the Dante channels: The floor is always routed to channel number 1. From then on, with the option activated, the other x language channels follow on channel 2 until x+1