Several brands distributed by HARMAN have been exposed in Las Vegas, at the last InfoComm, in early June: from JBL to Martin Lighting, from Crown to AMX, the HARMAN’s rainbow is made up of many colors…
HARMAN‘s InfoComm was full of proposals from different brands. The only way to describe such a complex and varied stand is… going by order! So let’s start from JBL, present with VTX A8 Compact Line Array and with its subwoofer B18.
VTX A8 is a new generation of line arrays that offers JBL Professional’s VTX A series technology in a more compact solution designed for small and medium-sized rental and installations. VTX B18 is a single 18” subwoofer, designed with the idea of improving linearity and offering a wider dynamic range. It is based on the fourth-generation of differential disc technology patented by JBL to offer lower distortion and ultra-low-power compression. Also from JBL, the interesting SoundBar (for applications such as hotel rooms and ship cabins) and the VLA-C series, speakers designed for installations that require long-range functionality and IP55 protection from the elements in more compact line array solutions (for stadiums and outdoor events).
Martin Lighting presented instead its RUSH-CS series, a LED lighting system designed to illuminate indoor environments. These are high-performance light strips that adapt to different spaces and allow great flexibility in lighting design projects.
The products of the RUSH-CS series are also particularly easy to install and use.
Moving on, we find Crown with its DCi DA series, amplifiers of different power from four to eight channels with Dante/AES67 Networked Audio, and especially AMX, a brand that no needs introduction, present with CT series products, with the small format VPX 4K60 switchers and a whole range of accessories for AV signal distribution and processing. Not having enough space to dedicate to all the products, we limit to a small overview of the interesting AMX CT Series.
“CT” means “Connectivity and Transport”, the keywords of this series of compact 4K60 4:4:4 kits that combine switching, scaling and signal transport. Each kit consists of a transmitter and a receiver, which are installed and used very easily to create spaces for meetings in which the mobile devices communicate without difficulty with the devices in the room.
And we finish with the DCP-555 BSS conferencing processor, designed to provide intelligent sound management and automatic mixing. IT managers and system integrators can therefore configure meeting rooms using a simple web interface without additional software. The BSS DCP-555 offers four bidirectional VoIP connections, providing support for up to four conference rooms, without the need for separate IP phones in each room.
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