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21-24 March 2012 9.00-18.00

Telefunken is introducing the M81 universal microphone

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cardioid layout designed for utmost directivity, thus removing the likelihood of interference and annoying noise. DPA Microphones will complete its DPA live toolkit with the addition of a vocal mic, as well as show advancements in its d:fine headset mics. Susanne Seidel, who joined

DPA on 1 March as executive VP sales and marketing, will be at the show to meet and greet customers and friends (see page 6). Visitors to the Genelec stand will be able to preview the 8260A and 1238CF DSP monitors. An additional attraction will be free drop-in training sessions that will explain the necessary steps in carrying out a successful DSP monitor set up and calibration in typical studio environment. Terho Savolainen, marketing

manager at Genelec, comments: “Over the past few years the professional market has embraced our DSP products with both the 8260A and 1238CF winning awards and plaudits across the industry. We are focusing our booth on demonstrating the performance and capabilities of these products which will allow the professional audio community to appreciate what really sets these products apart.” The 8260A and 1238CF

feature Genelec’s DSP signal processing technology which is responsible for all loudspeaker functions including crossover filters, driver equalizers, driver position and room response alignment, calibration, and equalization related filters as well as distance compensating delays. The Genelec Loudspeaker Manager (GLM) software manages all these functions allowing the monitors to be used together with other DSP monitors and subwoofers in the same setup. The Genelec AutoCal automated room calibration and sound system alignment method provides consistent and accurate frequency response to ensure a multichannel audio system whatever the room environment. Christ Scott’s nascent UK pro- audio brand Inspired Audio is using Prolight + Sound to introduce its first products to the world stage. The eFlex Q5 system amplifier is a four-channel unit with onboard DSP and full networking functionality, which can be configured to manage any

combination of Inspired products. Also on show will be sample products from the mFlex range of modular and flexible cabinets, Axis stage monitoring and units from the Optoma range, including the compact Optima 8 array box and the ultra-compact Optima 5 and associated bass and sub cabinets.


It’s video, and it’s broadcast, so it’s not really PSNEuropeor PL+S. However, Optocore founder Marc Brunke will launch his nascent technology start-up in Frankfurt. Brunke has created Broadcast Manufactur GmbH, dedicated to developing its proprietary DiViNe (Digital Video Network) technology for the broadcast market. DiViNe is designed to provide routing and repeating, as well as transport and distribution of multiple professional SDI video signals over fibre-based infrastructures, preconfigured to customer requirement at the time of order. The system itself can be

constructed from a series of modules, which use DiViNe building blocks to create a multiple channel distribution system with or without routing.

The significance of this venture? DiViNe devices can also be interfaced to audio and data network systems, like Optocore, SANE (Synchronous Audio Network plus Ethernet), MADI and Ethernet.

The new system went into production after Brunke’s design team, which has provided optical fibre network solutions for the large-scale events industry in the past, was asked to fulfill a request from Studio Hamburg MCI for four

independently-configured automatic routing systems for Sveriges Television via a modern, fibre-based video stagebox concept.

KV2 will show the JK Series

KV2 Audio is set to launch the Club Series of slimline speaker systems. Consisting of the SL412 and SL2.15, the units are said to respond to the architectural and acoustical challenges of installing audio


Recently introduced gear from the Harman stable will of course be on display at the Messe. JBL is introducing the VTX V25 full-size, three-way, high- directivity line array loudspeaker, featuring two 2,000W, 15” Differential Drive woofers mounted in die-cast aluminum baffles, with four 8” Differential Drive mid- range transducers and three new D2 Compression Drivers. Crown is showing its new flagship 4x3500HD amplifier, delivering 3,500W per channel into four or two ohms and providing support for JBL's VTX Series. It includes a 4.3” TFT LCD touchscreen for monitoring and access to key functions. Soundcraft is showcasing its Si Compact V2 software upgrade for Si Compact digital consoles. The free upgrade provides 23 new features, updates and enhancements, including eight additional DSP channels, expanding the Si Compact 16 and Si Compact 24 to 32 and 40 inputs to mix, respectively. AKGwill show the latest update for Harman’s HiQnet System Architect HUB4000 Q–Plugin 3.9, now supporting the AKG DMS700 V2 wireless and IVM4500 IEM in-ear monitoring systems.


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