The Thor Fiber XLR audio over fiber units are able to send balanced audio over fiber much further than traditional copper. Our Audio Interface with XLR kit has both a transmitter and receiver unit. Available options are for 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32 XLR inputs/outputs can be used on a single transmitter unit and sent over fiber to the receiver unit that also has an equal number of XLR outputs. The fiber allows the signal to be sent over a long distance without losing any quality in the signal. The kit is 16-bit digitally encoded broadcast quality balanced audio over one multi-mode or single-mode optical fiber. Thor XLR Audio Splitters are typically used in applications for Rental, Staging, Concerts, Theater, Churches, Stadiums, Theme Parks, Broadcast/Studio, Intercom, CCTV audio and Professional AV applications. Popular devices to use in conjunction with the XLR transmitter and receiver are: XLR Audio Mixers, Digital Audio Recorders with XLR IN/OUT and Audio siganl Splitter with XLR. They are available for stand-alone or rack-mount installations. Our standard fiber connectors are ST/PC, but it could also be ordered as SC/PC or FC/PC. Basic units support up to 20Km of single mode / 3000 multimode fiber, other modes are available - 40km, 80km, 120km.
F-2A-XLR-TX/RX - 2 XLR Balanced Audio over Fiber Transmitter / Receiver kit up to 20KM singlemode / 3000feet multimode -Stand alone ( portable)
F-4A-XLR-TX/RX - 4 XLR Balanced Audio over fiber Transmitter / Receiver kit up to 20KM singlemode / 3000feet multimode - Stand alone ( portable)
F-8A-XLR-TX/RX-RM - 8 XLR Balanced Audio over fiber Transmitter / Receiver kit up to 20KM singlemode / 3000feet multimode 19"Rack Mountable
F-16A-XLR-TX/RX-RM - 16 XLR Balanced Audio over fiber Transmitter / Receiver kit up to 20KM singlemode / 3000feet multimode (special order) 19"Rack Mountable
F-32A-XLR-TX/RX-RM - 32 XLR Balanced Audio over fiber Transmitter / Receiver kit up to 20KM singlemode / 3000feet multimode (special order) 19"Rack Mountable
F-2A-B-XLR-TX/RX - Stand alone ( portable) 2 Bi-directonal XLR Balanced Audio over 1 fiber Transmitter / Receiver (transceivers) kit up to 20KM singlemode / 3000feet multimode
F-2A-B-XLR-TX/RX-RM 2 Bi-directonal XLR Balanced Audio over 1 fiber Transmitter / Receiver (transceivers) kit up to 20KM singlemode / 3000feet multimode - 19"Rack Mountable form factor
F-4A-B-XLR-TX/RX-RM - 4 Bidirectional XLR Balanced Audio over 1 fiber Transmitter / Receiver (transceivers) kit up to 20KM singlemode / 3000feet multimode 19"Rack Mountable form factor
40km, 80km 120km models available (special order)
|Wavelength||1310nm or 1310/1550 for bi-directional models|
|Output Power||-8dBm (+-2db)|
|Optic fiber||50/125u multimode, 62.5/125u multimode, 9/125u single mode|
|Distance||20Km for singlemode and 0~2KM (MM), 40, 80 120Km - model specific|
|Number of Channels||2-32 Input on the TX 2-32 Output on the RX|
|Input Connector||XLR (female)|
|Output Connector||XLR (male)|
|Input / Output Impedance||600 Ohm|
|Input capacitance LINE inputs||10 pF|
|Max input/output voltage||4.0Vp-p (6db)|
|Frequency Response||10 Hz - 20kHz @±3dB|
|Sample Rates From||48kHz|
Total harminc distortion (THD)
|Electrical & Mechanical|
Input Power Requirements:
168mm × 154mm × 45mm ( L: 6 3/4" D 4 1/2" H: 1 3/4" for the mounting holes)
(Transmitter & Receiver ) 2.5kg
|Operating Temperature:||-20°C ~ +75°C|
|Storage Temperature:||-40°C ~ +85°C|
|Relative Humidity:||0% ~ 95% (non-condensing)|
ine-level audio refers to audio signals that have been amplified to a standard level before they are transmitted or processed further in audio equipment. Line-level signals are typically stronger and have higher voltage levels compared to microphone-level signals, which are very weak and require preamplification.
Key characteristics of line-level audio include:
Higher Voltage: Line-level signals are stronger and have voltage levels typically in the range of around 0.3 to 2 volts. This increased voltage ensures that the signal is less susceptible to noise interference.
Low Impedance: Line-level signals usually have a low output impedance, which means they can be easily transmitted over cables without significant signal degradation.
Pre-Amplified: These signals have already been amplified to a level suitable for processing or further amplification in audio equipment like mixers, amplifiers, and recording devices.
Line-level audio is commonly used for connecting various audio sources and equipment, such as CD players, DVD players, synthesizers, and audio interfaces, to mixers, amplifiers, and recording devices. It provides a consistent and standardized level of audio that makes it easier to work with different audio components and ensures high-quality audio transmission with minimal noise interference.
Line-level audio typically has a low output impedance. The exact impedance level can vary somewhat depending on the specific audio equipment and standards being used, but it generally falls within the range of 150 ohms to 600 ohms. This low output impedance allows line-level signals to be easily transmitted over cables without significant signal loss or degradation, making them suitable for connecting various audio sources and equipment in professional audio setups.
The F-4V8A is a 4 channel broadcast quality composite video to fiber multiplexer. We can customize the unit with different lasers for video/ audio over fiber for distances up to 120 Km.
2, 4, 8, 16, or 32 Unbalanced Analog Audio fiber optic transmitter and receiver kits allow you to transport and extend analog audio over single mode or multi-mode fiber. Perfect for intercom over fiber extension.