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The DXT 9000, a scalable digital voice alarm with a pro-audio spec- ification, is being launched by RCF. The manufacturer says it’s suffi- ciently versatile to be used in almost any application, from the smallest school or hotel to huge campuses with multiple buildings. It is a distributed system in

which every component, including the loudspeakers, has its own phys- ical address, can be monitored according to the latest EN54 stan- dards, and can be configured after installation where necessary. While paging and voice evacua- tion are the primary uses for the DXT 9000, it can also be used to interface pro-audio active speakers through RCF’s RD-NET control and monitoring system. Active loud- speakers can be combined together with 70V/100V line amplifiers on the same dedicated network, and all system amplification is Class

system launch RCF

RS-EZ pendant speakers SoundTube

D+, which is unique to RCF. For maximum flexibility, the

DXT 9000 boasts a double-ring topology: the first, simple ring is designed for small and medium- sized systems and the second is for larger projects. For any size of sys- tem, all components are designed to be plug-and-play, and RCF says set-up is easily configurable. All digital amplifiers and active components are connected using RCF’s proprietary Flexicomm bus technology; for ease of installation, the majority of connections use twin-pair or four-pair J-Type fire- rated cable, while fibre-optic can also be used for longer distances where the DXT 9000 can run over LAN or TCP/IP networks. In the event of a failure in the

network’s input stage, a ‘fall back’ feature automatically allows the DXT 9000 to receive a signal from a dedicated fire base-station micro- phone, ensuring that the safety of the facility is never compromised. Stand: 7-H230

Audio specialist SoundTube will be showcasing its recently intro- duced RS-EZ pendant speaker series on its stand at ISE 2013. These 3in, 4in, 6in and 8in speak- ers are described as offering strong off-axis performance, easy instal- lation and attractive styling. The speakers, which began shipping in the autumn of 2012, join SoundTube’s existing line of pendant speakers. This includes the RSI and HPI series, which fea- ture patented BroadBeam wave-

guide technology. They are aimed at installers who need economical speakers for open-ceiling uses. Within the series, the RS42-EZ, RS62-EZ and RS82-EZ speakers incorporate SoundTube’s BroadBeam Ring which increases high-frequency dispersion for full-fidelity sound, even well off-axis. The HP82-EZ provides high- end performance thanks to the company’s Broadbeam HP com- pression driver and has been designed for applications requiring long-throw performance. Units

include a ceramic input terminal, a built-in thermal fuse, hanging and safety cables, transformer and tap switch, and cover plate with a weather-resistant rubber plug. The RS31-EZ brings the audio quality of SoundTube’s 3in micro module speakers to a pendant style. It’s available with and with- out a transformer and includes a combination audio/hanging cable with a 25:1 safety factor and mounting plate for mounting directly to a standard ceiling junc- tion box.

Stand: 11-D84

Watchout for big changes Dataton

According to Fredrik Svahnberg, Dataton’s marketing director, the company will present a very much updated version of its Watchout multiscreen software at ISE 2013. “Over the last year we have really improved Watchout, adding a number of new features such as

3D stereoscopic playback, live video streaming, interactivity and multiple languages,” commented Svahnberg. “What we are showing here at ISE marks the start of a major move forward for us.” This year also marks Dataton's 40th anniversary, as well as the opening of its new corporate HQ at Mjärdevi Science Park in

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Linköping; the manufacturer is hosting a party on its stand at 17:00 on Monday 28 January to celebrate. Dataton is also presenting an InfoComm University session in the Education Zone. ‘Multi-Image Projection Techniques’ is to be delivered by Svahnberg at 10:00 on Wednesday 30 January. Stand: 7-K175



Collaboration around new glass screen

Paradigm AV



The new multichannel Par- adigm Glass Screen uses four ultra-short throw pro- jectors, whose images are edge-blended using soft- ware from Scalable Tech- nologies, which Paradigm Audio Visual also distrib- utes in the UK. The company highlights the display’s optical quality

glass surface, which only faces the viewer and pro- vides options for anti- reflective and colour tints. It forms the main display within a collaborative meet- ing space and its content will include a series of Para- digm products and projects, which will be accessible via a multitouch LCD panel and laptop/ tablet. Paradigm AV will also introduce a collaboration software solution at the show, which will provide control across the entire

stand network. The software requires no special hard- ware and is compatible with all major software applica- tions for Windows and Mac- intosh OS X. This allows it to support a wide array of team collab- oration space configura- tions by weaving together the components of technol- ogy-enabled meeting areas, for example displays, inter- active whiteboards or mobile computers, to offer a unified user experience. Stand: 11-F54

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