Powersoft is launching several new products targeted at the fixed installation and OEM markets at this year’s InfoComm exhibition, where the company will exhibit in booth C628. New products include an extension of its two-channel amplifier platform, Duecanali, as well as its M-Force transducer, which brings integration possibilities to more OEM partners.
The Duecanali 804 and 4804 are the latest additions in the Duecanali platform, which is perfectly suited for retail, leisure and hospitality fixed installations that require both pristine and reliable sound. The Duecanali 804 offers two 400-watt channels and represents a lower total power solution for installations in retail, as well as bars and restaurants where a single two-channel amplifier is required — without the need for additional channels or power. The range is completed by the existing Duecanali 1604 launched last year, which sits between the two new products in the Duecanali range.
The newly completed Duecanali range is able to drive low impedance loads (2/4/8 Ohm) and 70V/100V distributed lines selectable per channel. It also provides more than 16 different possible output configurations per channel. The Duecanali range also delivers on control and interoperability with DSP onboard, third-party plug-ins, networking and remote control.
The new M-force 301P01 has also been updated with a series of additional features to simplify the workload for Powersoft’s growing community of OEM partners. Now, M-force is available in either the M-force 01 long throw linear motor (for infra sub applications) or the M-force 02 short throw linear motor (for high acceleration applications). With longer linear displacement, M-Force 01 is for direct radiation and bandpass applications, enabling manufacturers to keep cabinet sizes to a minimum while allowing for infra-bass reproduction. M-Force 02 is designed to handle extreme loads, such as bandpass applications and loaded horn configurations.
Visitors to InfoComm 2018 will see developments to M-Force 301P01, which is engineered in a robust, factory assembled package, greatly simplifying implementation. The motor is matched to a purpose-built diaphragm through a newly designed coupling and a lightweight chassis, which the company says also improves thermal dissipation. The need for an external spring has also been removed, since magnetic spring action from linear movement is delivered by motor and magnets.
In conjunction with InfoComm, Powersoft will also host demonstrations on Armonía Pro Audio Suite, its audio management and DSP software solution. Half-hour sessions will be held twice a day between June 6-8 at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at Powersoft Booth C628, hosted by Powersoft’s Gino Pellicano, Market Development & Applications, North America. Each session is capped with insights and explorations into system monitoring and advanced remote-control functions, with emphasis on Armonía Operator View (Powersoft’s control and monitoring software platform) and advanced Webapp functionality.
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