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CIS series to be shown Yamaha Music Group

Presenting products from its Com- mercial Installation Solutions (CIS) series, Yamaha says the range has been devised to provide a complete system solution for situations with- out an experienced audio operator available. The manufacturer’s focus at ISE 2013 is to demonstrate how it is suitable for every kind of inte- grated installation, from the small- est to the biggest. The first CIS series products include the MTX matrix processors, XMV multichannel amplifiers, VXC ceiling speakers and VXS surface mount speakers. Using Dante tech- nology and Yamaha’s YDIF cascade bus, users are able to share audio and connect with all Yamaha CIS products, as well as other profes- sional audio products on a digital audio network. Loudspeakers on show include the DSR, DXR and DXS series; and

Launching numero Uno Xilica

Uno, an apps-based DSP, is being launched by Xilica, which says it bridges the gap between fixed-architecture and open- architecture type processors. Uno has been designed with Xilica’s 40 Bit Floating Point DSP Engine in mind, and is intended for fixed audio installations where sim- plified network connectivity is a priority. Users can download DSP apps from Xilica’s apps library straight onto Uno, eliminating the need for any programming skills. Each app has DSP modules specific to the application and in a specific fixed order. The user can adjust the parameters of each DSP module using the NeuConsole software GUI. Users can control Uno via Ethernet using the NeuCon- sole Software GUI with the logic input/relay output ports, using optional NeuPanel Series mini and touch wall controls, or any third-party controller. Uno also provides auto-connection of all devices on the network (in DHCP mode).

Uno is available in four I/O configurations: 8x8 (Uno U-0808); 8x16 (Uno U-0816); 16x8 (Uno U-1608); and 16x16 (Uno U-1616). Each model comes with mic/line input selection per input, 48V phantom power, and high- quality mic preamps. Stand: 7-Q211

mixing consoles include the 2U rackmount IMX644, the O1V96i digital mixers, and the compact MGP range. Yamaha’s staff will also invite

consultants and venue owners to discuss the manufacturer’s Active Field Control system, AFC3, which is an acoustic conditioning system that transparently adjusts and enhances the acoustic characteris- tics of a space while preserving its natural features. Stand: 7-M176

SSX appeal Vutec

The SilverStar SSX is a newly developed sleek, rigid screen with an ultra-thin frame featur- ing LED backlighting formulated from Vutec’s patented SilverStar technology. The resulting product is said

to deliver ‘the ultimate in picture quality, vivid colours, high con- trast and a wide viewing area.’ Offered in all screen formats up to 151in diagonal, SilverStar SSX

The freedom of wireless.

Sounds beautiful.

requires no assembly and can be wall- or ceiling-mounted for a sleek appearance.

Other elements of the specifi- cation include 3D-A + 2D + HD in one screen; superior ambient light rejection; outstanding

colour reproduction; ultra-thin black finished frame; rigid sur- face; availability in 1:1 and 2.40:1 formats, as well as custom sizes and formats; and a one-year warranty.

Stand: 1-P95

Our game-changing wireless audio players deliver a mastering-grade listening experience and total access to your music—any time, in any zone— all in a simple, easy-to-set-up system. Visit or stop by ISE stand #5-R86 for more information.

PC or Mac music library compatibility Wireless control in your hand Full wireless connectivity Streaming online music

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