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More live control than ever before...

The Avolites Arena is the ideal desk for festivals, theatres and anywhere that a larger control surface is required. It combines the popular interface of the Tiger Touch II with more live control than ever before.

Alongside the vibrant main display, a second touch screen provides an additional workspace window, also labelling the adjacent macro buttons and rotary pots. These fully assignable playback encoder pots, allow intuitive control of channels and effects. The six LCD screens display electronic legends for 30 faders, for speedy access to all your playbacks, fixtures and palettes. A brand new optical output means the Arena is equipped for fibre connections, with no signal loss over long distances, from front of house to the stage – essential in large and outdoor venues.

Offering seamless Multi User compatibility, the Arena can be used as master, back-up or extra programming surface, considerably cutting your programming time by allowing multiple Titan programmers to work simultaneously, before the main console takes charge.


Avolites' Arena is rock solid for Angus & Julia Stone at Somerset House

UK - Interest surrounding Avolites' newest lighting console, the live control focused Arena, has been gathering momentum after a number of festival appearances, including at Somerset House's Summer Series for acts including Angus & Julia Stone. 

Set in one of London's most iconic landmarks, Summer Series featured a diverse and impressive line-up of headline artists alongside hotly tipped emerging acts. As house desk for the 11-day series of performances, Arena was used by the likes of folk duo Angus & Julia Stone LD Toby Hoggarth, while George Ezra, lit by John Barker, also employed an Avolites set-up.
The Arena combines the popular interface of the Tiger Touch II with more live control than ever before.
Alongside its vibrant main display, Arena's second touch screen provides an additional workspace window, also labelling the adjacent macro buttons and rotary pots. These fully assignable playback encoder pots allow intuitive control of channels and effects.
The Arena also comes packed with 40 faders, each with electronic legends, for speedy access to all playbacks, fixtures and palettes. An in-built managed network switch makes networking multiple devices simple and reliable.
This was the band's third appearance in London in a year, and as their sound and fanbase have grown, so too has their lighting set-up. Hoggarth's rig for the show included eight Chromlech Jarags, Clay Paky B-EYE K20s and five 2-cell moles, to complement a house lighting rig that included eight K20s, six Mythos, 16 GLPX4s, 18 K10s, twelve Alpha spots, 48 Thomas bi light blinders and 12 atomics, designed by Petter Skramstad.
"Thoughts on the Arena? Well it is obviously an advantage having the extra set of faders, and the LCD legends are useful too!" says Hoggarth. "I've been using V9 on my usual Mobile set up, and it's working brilliantly for me. Unfortunately, due to time constraints on the current tour, I've not had a chance to fully explore the Key Frame Shapes function, but I can't wait to try it out, as from what I've seen you can build great combinations of effects in very little time, something which up until now has been very difficult, not just on Avo desks but others too."
Toby Hoggarth and Huw LlewellynHuw Llewellyn, House Lighting Technician for Somerset House, was excited to be among the first to use the new console, having used the Sapphire Touch on the Summer Series in 2014.
"The Arena's extra faders are just brilliant," says Llewellyn. "And with the new software, even without motorised faders, you can change page virtually, without affecting the fader underneath.
"The second screen really comes into its own, especially with the encoder pots. I used them to do rate masters as well as tap tempo, and they were brilliant. People will find ways to use those that Avo never thought of!"

  • 40 precision playback faders in three pageable groups.
  • 20 programmable macro executor buttons.
  • 3 metal shaft optical attribute encoders.
  • 4 optical playback encoder pots.
  • 15.6” vibrant main touch screen with brightness control.
  • 7” vibrant secondary touch screen.
  • 6 mono LCD screens for digital fader legends.
  • UPS battery back-up
  • New six-position articulation stand
  • Ergonomic trim and carry handles
  • Robust stainless and zinc treated steel construction – built for life on the road
  • Includes 4-port managed Gigabit network switch
  • OpticalCON Stage link output, with an optional second link
  • 8 physical 5-pin XLR opto-isolated DMX out, up to 16
    universes over ArtNet or streaming ACN – total of 8192 console channels.
  • Compatible with Titan Net – up to 64 universes, total of 32,768 system channels.
  • 4 Ethercon Gigabit primary network connection with a battery maintained managed switch supporting Titan Net, ArtNet and streaming ACN.
  • 1 Ethercon Gigabit secondary Network connection for Titan Net, ArtNet and streaming ACN.
  • 1 standard OpticalCON stage link output, to connect to industry standard network switches with optical support.
  • SMPTE Timecode/LTC input 3-pin XLR (transformer isolated).
  • Trigger inputs on ¼” jack, suitable for foot switches.
  • Audio in on stereo ¼” jack for Audio Triggering.
  • Headphone 3.5mm jack conveniently placed on the front panel.
  • 4 USB3 ports – 1 front, 3 rear.
  • DVI-D for external display.
  • Two 3-pin XLR dimmable lamp connector
  • MIDI in, out and thru.
  • Compatible with Titan Remote (Wi-Fi access point required)
  • Optional extras: Flight Case, Dimmable Lamp x2, Cover
Console technical specifications
Console Only Console in Flight case
Dimensions (mm): 1072 x 428 x 150
Weights: 23kg 44kg


Name Description Modified Date Size  
Arena v12.0 Recovery Creator

This is a recovery installer:
✔ Support for AvoKey, must be plugged in before upgrading.
✘ To downgrade to previous versions, please see release notes.
⚠ Relicensing required, please allow 48 hours for upgrade.
⚠ Show files may be deleted, please backup first.
⚠ Only one historical software version maintained.

Release Notes  Recovery Stick Instructions
08/10/2019 2.4 MB Download
Arena v11.4 Upgrade Installer Release Notes 20/08/2019 110.4 MB Download
Arena v11.3 Upgrade Installer Release Notes 18/04/2019 110.3 MB Download
Arena v11.1 Upgrade Installer

This is an upgrade installer: 
✔ Faster install and simpler install experience, allow 2 hours
✔ Does not normally require relicensing.
✘ Does not include additional performance increases from the recovery installer.

Release Notes
17/08/2018 110.2 MB Download
Arena v11.1 Recovery Creator

This is a recovery installer:
✔ Improvements to performance, recomended for large shows
✘ Longer and more complex install process, allow 48 hours
⚠ Relicensing required, please allow 48 hours for upgrade.
⚠ Show files will be deleted, user backup of show files required.
⚠ Only one historical software version maintained

More Info  Release Notes
26/09/2018 2.4 MB Download
Arena v11.0 Recovery Creator Release Notes
FTP Download
02/05/2018 3.2 GB Download
Arena v11.0 Upgrade Installer Release Notes 08/05/2018 109.1 MB Download
Arena v10.1 Upgrade Installer Release Notes 24/03/2017 136.2 MB Download
Arena v10.0 Recovery Creator Release Notes
FTP Download
11/06/2016 2.7 GB Download
Arena v9.1 Recovery Creator Release Notes 28/09/2015 2.7 GB Download


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Titan v12.0 User Manual Download
Titan v11.0 User Manual Download
Titan v10.1 User Manual Download
Arena v10.0 Manual Download
Arena v9.1 Manual Download

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