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TECHNOLOGY: NEW PRODUCTS


ANALOG WAY ORCHESTRA2


IT’S… A revamped remote console designed for 16 of Analog Way’s mid-range mixers and seamless switchers.


DETAILS: Orchestra2 can control several generations of Analog Way’s switchers, including the Di-VentiX II, Eikos and Pulse, as well as the new Midra series such as the Saphyr, Pulse2 and QuickVu. Orchestra2 can manage


several switchers simultaneously, either as standalone boxes or in combination, including soft edge-blending. It controls up to six independent screen configurations in different locations and stores up to 64 presets per screen configuration.


The new design includes a Quick Frame button to control Midra series products. Orchestra2 features offline programming, so the console may be programmed when seamless switchers are not connected. A powerful new Snap function helps to position layers quickly. Numerous customisable and configurable presets can be used to set up the screen configuration, and are easily accessible during the presentation. Direct input/ output selection access makes last-minute modification easy. The complete configuration of the event can be saved both internally and externally (via the USB port) for future use.


AND ALSO: Orchestra and Axion2 owners can download the new firmware from Analog Way’s website for compatibility with the Midra series.


AVAILABLE: This month


www.analogway.com


LECTROSONICS DNT16I, DNT0212


IT’S… Two 1RU Dante networked audio processors.


DETAILS: The DNT16i input processor and DNT0212 output processor both feature 48 independent automatic mixers, with 36 inputs per mixer. Each unit also supports switched and redundant Dante modes of operation. Applications include sound reinforcement, conference systems, room combining, courtrooms and production studios. The DNT16i features 16 mic/line analogue inputs via


GEFEN


Phoenix connectors with 48V phantom power and wide gain control on each. As a processor, the DNT16i provides inputs into a Dante network from analogue and digital signals. Each input provides extensive signal processing and routing to any one or all of 48 automatic mixers operating at the cross- points of an internal digital matrix within the processor. The DNT0212 output


processor features two line level analogue inputs, eight line level analogue outputs, and


four mic/line analogue outputs. It subscribes to channels on a Dante network and delivers them to an internal digital matrix for automatic mixing and processing. Outputs also include speaker management DSP functions.


AND ALSO: All DNT units can be controlled via USB, RS-232, Ethernet and programmable logic I/O.


AVAILABLE: Now www.lectrosonics.com


EXT-HD-SL-444


IT’S… A 4 x 4 HDMI seamless matrix switcher.


DETAILS: The EXT-HD-SL-444 can display four HDMI signals on a screen or a projector. Each HDMI output can be individually configured to output a different resolution, making the product suitable for use with a variety of monitors


in a conference room or in a digital signage application. HDCP compliant, it can switch seamlessly with no frame loss during window and picture transitions.


Audio is embedded in the HDMI signal of every HDMI input and can be selected for playback via IR, RS-232 or IP.


AND ALSO: Everything required for set-up is supplied with the processor: power supply, IR control, IR extender, four lockable HDMI cables, RS-232 connecting port and more.


AVAILABLE: Now www.gefen.eu


www.installation-international.com


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