The future of wireless audio is here!
Introducing the Sound Devices A20-Nexus Go, a half-rack receiver with all the features of a full-sized rack. Sound Devices’ A20-Nexus Go true-diversity wireless receiver was made with portability in mind. The A20-Nexus Go not only offers the ability to be expanded from 4 to 6 and 8 channels with additional software, but also comes equipped with advanced technologies like SpectraBand, NexLink remote control, real-time spectrum analysis, and more. Furthermore, this receiver offers a wide range of features and capabilities in a compact form factor, making it a valuable addition to any professional’s wireless toolkit. In short, this receiver offers a wide range of features and capabilities in a compact form factor. With multiple options for audio outputs, power, and remote control, the A20-Nexus Go can adapt to your workflow seamlessly, both now and in the future.
By utilizing the NexLink protocol, the A20-Nexus Go receiver has full long-range remote control of transmitters, even in the presence of on-set 2.4 GHz interference.
Easily set the gain on your A20-Nexus Go directly from the receiver. With GainForward Architecture, you can control gain locally without having to adjust it on the transmitter. This means no more fiddling with tiny buttons or trying to reach awkward spots. Just set it and forget it.
Real-time spectrum analysis
Gone are the days of waiting for scan results. Visualise the RF spectrum in real-time and coordinate frequencies while monitoring audio. The Sound Devices A20-Nexus Go’s real-time spectrum analysis makes it easy to avoid interference and ensure clear audio transmission.
Save time on set. The AutoAssign function automatically scans the current tuning band for clean frequencies and assigns them to multiple channels. The clean frequencies are then automatically pushed to transmitters linked to the NexLink protocol. This is all done with one button in mere seconds.