PR&E Oasis™

Oasis_PRE_Wheat_left

Click above image to enlarge. Right or Control-click enlarged image to download hi-res version.

PR&E Oasis™

Part of the PR&E portfolio, Oasis™ is a high-value, true standalone audio console for on-air and radio production applications. Simply connect your microphones, source equipment, audio monitors — even a PC automation channel (no sound card required) — directly into Oasis and you’re on the air.
Oasis_PRE_Wheat_left
Oasis_PRE_Wheat_Front6
Oasis_PRE_Wheat_lstraight
Oasis_PRE_Wheat_labove
Oasis_PRE_Wheat_lLeft-GA

Designed with your next-generation studio demands in mind, Oasis allows you to cost-effectively and easily migrate from analog to digital whenever you’re ready. In addition to capabilities for all necessary audio and logic components, Oasis provides both analog and digital outputs that enable you to connect your facility with modern STLs and studio infrastructures.

An affordable solution for studios of any size and budget, Oasis is built with the combination of cost-efficient engineering and high quality you expect from PR&E products.

 

Options and Installation 

The Oasis audio console is available in two sizes:
8-fader channels and 12-fader channels. 

Oasis has two basic input options — a balanced analog A/B input card and a microphone line A/B input card. Each hot-swappable card represents eight total inputs available to the four corresponding faders. 

Each Oasis frame size has a standard analog input configuration.  This configuration provides 4 channels of Mic-pre/Line Inputs.  The remaining inputs are analog Line/Line cards each supporting 4 additional faders.

The console provides all the monitoring outputs needed, including monitor and headphones for control room and studio. It even offers a remote level control option for the studio monitors, along with a direct “talk to studio” interface from the console. 

Oasis features two meters, the second of which is switchable. It also displays an event timer with the controls necessary to track all show elements. 

In addition to the host of standard Oasis features, an optional 8x1 RLS module is also available as an option for input expansion. The control for this remote line selector is offered in a convenient console drop-in panel.

 

Easy Connections

Phoenix Conbicon connectors allow for rapid and easy wiring without the need for any special crimpers or tools.

 

Oasis Value

  • Reduced desktop real estate with big performance
  • Integration with automation enhanced via USB option (single stereo playout and record standard)
  • Enhanced PR&E telco operation eliminates need for dedicated bus assignments
  • Solid PR&E appearance and quality
  • One of the most cost-effective solutions in the industry
  • 8- and 12-channel chassis
  • Standalone console reliability
  • Two program buses
  • Two optional telco faders
  • Two external monitor inputs and a dedicated offline bus
  • Four microphone preamps, standard
  • Truly comprehensive channel logic, standard
  • Studio monitor and headphone outputs standard
  • Optional remote studio monitor level control
  • Talkback to studio
  • Control room and studio logic standard
  • Built-in cue speaker
  • Automatic event timer
  • A and B inputs per fader
  • Balanced analog inputs; also switchable to consumer level
  • No special tools for audio or logic connections
  • USB interface including playout and record
  • 4 channel USB Input Card allows for direct automation integration of audio and logic
  • Analog and digital outputs
  • Switchable metering (program two, ext1, ext2, cue)
  • Low-profile table-top mount
  • Hot-swappable modular input cards
  • Built-in headphone amplifier
  • Optional 8x1 advanced RLS
  • PR&E telco split bus for recording
  • PR&E autocue in headphones for advanced monitoring needs
  • PR&E advanced telco functionality options
  • Reduced desktop real estate with big performance
  • Dual phone/telco cap ability (optional) 
  • Enhanced PR&E telco operation, eliminating need for dedicated bus assignments
  • Solid PR&E appearance and quality
  • One of the most cost-effective solutions in the industry
  • Remote studio monitor level control (with optional Fader)
  • VMConnected Network with VistaNet and dual telco option

Analog Line Inputs (all inputs and outputs are +4 dBu, balanced):

Input Impedance : >40 k ohms, balanced

Nominal Input Level : +4 dBu

Maximum Input Level : +24 dBu

 

Analog Line Outputs (all inputs and outputs are +4 dBu, balanced):

Output Source Impedance : <3 ohms="" balanced="" span="">

Output Load Impedance: 1 k ohms minimum

Nominal Output Level : +4 dBu

Maximum Output Level : +24 dBu

Conversions: A/D 24--bit, Delta--Sigma, 128x oversampling

D/A 24--bit, Delta--Sigma, 128x oversampling Latency: <1.6 ms="" analog="" input="" to="" output="" span="">

 

Digital Outputs:

AES--3 Output Compliance: 24--bit

Output Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz, system referenced

Processing Resolution: 24--bit

 

Logic GPIO:

Logic Inputs: Opto--isolated, floating or referenced to internal +5 VDC via DIP switch

Logic Outputs: Opto--isolated, floating or referenced to internal ground via DIP switch. 
Outputs are independently configured for pulse or continuous, open or closed operation

 

Audio Frequency Response:

Analog Input to Analog Output: +0.3 dB/-0.0 dBr, 20 Hz to 20 kHz

 

Audio Dynamic Range (referenced to FSD):

Analog Input to Analog Output: 103 dB, 106 dB “A” weighted

Analog Input to Digital Output: 107 dB

 

Audio Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise:

Analog Input to Analog Output: <0.005%, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +18 dBu input, +18 dBu output

 

Audio Crosstalk Isolation:

Adjacent Analog Inputs or Outputs: >95 dB, 20 Hz to 20kHz

 

Physical:

Dimensions (H xW xD): Oasis-08: 5.49 x 22.0 x 17.25 in.; Oasis-12: 5.49 x 28.4 x 17.25 in.

 

Power Supply:

Type: External, ‘line lump’ style, plug-in power supply

Input voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

AC input: Detachable IEC cord with C5 connector

Output voltage: +12 VDC

Power Requirements: <100 w="" at="" 120="" vac="" 60="" hz="" span="">

 

Test Conditions

FSD = Full Scale Digital, +24 dBu; Analog outputs measured with >1 k ohm load; Total Harmonic Distortion (THD+N) is measured at +18 dBu, using a 1 kHz or a swept signal with a 22 kHz low pass filter

0 dBu corresponds to 0.775 volts RMS — regardless of the circuit impedance, which is equal to 0 dBm, as measured on a 600 ohm circuit:

Site Navigations