Powerful grouping features allow users to create groups of virtual networked devices and control them independently on two different levels – Basic or Advanced – making assignment and control easy for the operator; in addition, Group Contribution Overview enables the effect of group settings on device parameters to be quickly checked and modified.
Leveraging the stability of industry-standard Windows 7, 8, and 10 operating systems, INFINITO utilises a TCP/IP protocol based on the proven AES70 Open Control Architecture (OCA) standard, and operates over the universally adopted Ethernet infrastructure for professional audio networking. More than 100 DSP devices can be connected on the same TCP/IP network with the added convenience of automatic IP address assignment. In addition, the status of all connected devices and the control of individual devices’ parameters are all available in real time, giving the user instant and accurate user feedback via the touch-orientated graphical interface.
INFINITO also offers a wealth of labour-saving functions which are geared towards enabling best practice audio system design with the minimum of setup and configuration. Users can save time by designing a project off-line and in advance of an event by calling from FBT’s comprehensive library of DSP-based devices; switching to on-line status at the show allows access to the three operation modes of SETUP, TUNING, and SHOW – each of these modes are security password protected to avoid accidental or unintentional changing of parameters.