Bose Professional is hitting the show floor (in booth #4061) at InfoComm with three major new product launches. The company is using InfoComm for the official U.S. rollout of ControlSpace EX, the conferencing solutions that originally debuted at ISE in Amsterdam in February.
I nabbed a one-on-one interview with Rob Kosman, Bose’s events and applications manager, today on my pre-InfoCOmm videocast and he gave me the scoop on all the products Bose will launch at InfoComm – you can watch the videocast at the end of this blog post!
First, Bose is launching a line of in-ceiling loudspeakers — designed to be mounted in 2×2 ceiling tiles — that matches the audio quality of its surface-mount line. EdgeMax features proprietary Bose PhaseGuide technology to create a new category that combines the room-filling coverage patterns typical of larger surface-mount speakers with the architect-preferred aesthetics of in-ceiling models. Designed to mount near wall-ceiling boundaries, EdgeMax loudspeakers provide improved audio quality and coverage while reducing the number of required units.
Second, Bose will launch an extension to the Panaray line with the new MSA12X modular steerable array loudspeaker. The Panaray MSA12X loudspeaker adds to the Bose Professional line of modular arrays with a self-powered electronically-steerable loudspeaker offering consistent audio levels with outstanding vocal intelligibility and full-range music reinforcement.
Third, Bose will launch the MB210 compact subwoofer at InfoComm next week. The new MB210 is designed for background/foreground music and small sound-reinforcement systems that require low-frequency extension down to 37 Hz. Featuring outstanding performance-to-size ratio, the MB210 is designed to complement FreeSpace, Panaray and RoomMatch Utility loudspeaker models with additional bass impact.
All three of these new products will be in the booth (4061) as well as in Bose’s Audio Demo Room in W224H.
Finally, Bose will use InfoComm for the North American launch of ControlSpace EX conferencing solution. ControlSpace EX is a Dante-based processor and under-table endpoint system designed to simplify audio conferencing design and implementation with purpose-built hardware. It includes a 12×8 balance I/O, a 12-channel routable AEC, 64×64 Dante audio networking and eight-channel Bose AmpLink outputs.
Watch my videocast with Rob below!