MSE Audio has announced its pro AV and residential loudspeaker solutions slated for display at ISE 2020 in stand 3-C100.
SoundTube’s Dante ecosystem will feature the new Dante-enabled Soundbar, which is an ultra-thin two-way digital end-point solution in a soundbar configuration. Featuring a built-in amplifier and DSP, the soundbar measures only 1.5 inches thick where the bar meets the TV. It incorporates a right and left speaker with four 3-inch ultra-long throw polypropylene woofers with NBR surrounds, four bass radiators and two 0.75-inch synthetic soft dome tweeters.
The first pendants in the pro AV industry with Dante capability, the STNet Pendant Speakers use BroadBeam Ring high-frequency dispersion technology for clear, understandable messaging and music over a wide area, even off-axis from the speakers. Applications include any facility with high or open ceilings, such as large retail stores, houses of worship, schools, hotels, meeting spaces, bars, and restaurants.
Designed for small to medium-sized applications including bars, restaurants, hospitality, education facilities, and more, the IPD-HUB 2 DSP amplifier is the heart of a complete networked audio system with local and Dante inputs. HUB 2’s can be linked together to distribute audio over large spaces or set up to operate in up to eight zones.
SoundTube’s Dante products will be shown using the new STNET Control Center software and, because these products are on the Dante platform, they are interoperable with a host of other products worldwide. They may be used with SoundTube’s ST-Net Switch II, offering up to 40 watts PoE to each speaker, or with standard PoE or PoE+ switches.
Outdoor displays will feature Periscape landscape speakers, Cherry Bomb, and classic Rockustics rock speakers.
On the residential side, Phase Technology’s CI angled ceiling speakers for front channels will be shown along with a variety of other residential audio solutions.
Visit MSE Audio at ISE 2020 in stand 3-C100.
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