MSE Audio has announced their plans to show and Dante-enabled amplifier from SoundTube Entertainment and the ID1 tower speaker from Induction Dynamics at CEDIA Expo 2019.
MSE Audio brings IP-based, PoE technology to the residential market with the SoundTube Entertainment IPD-HUB2 Dante-enabled amplifier. The IPD-Hub 2 Amplifier offers an IP-based alternative to traditional audio distribution systems. The IPD-Hub 2 utilizes the Dante and Unify infrastructures to provide performance monitoring and EQ/DSP control over individual speakers in the system from any computer with an internet connection. The IPD-Hub 2 provides a complete IP-based system at a price point comparable to traditional 8-ohm systems.
MSE Audio’s Induction Dynamics ID1 combines a four-way tower speaker with a subwoofer via a rear switch. Incorporating a three-way design, the ID1 features dual 10-inch subwoofers with an upper drive spaced to alleviate floor-bounce resonances. Measuring 56 inches tall, 11 inches wide and 10.5 inches deep, the ID1 features MSE Audio’s patented crossover, S4X super 4th order, with almost 30-dB-per-octave slopes at 80, 700, and 3800 Hz. The ID1 drivers include a 1.125-inch, titanium, inverted-dome, phase-controlled tweeter, with a three-inch soft dome midrange and a 6.5-inch Kevlar woofer. The subwoofers incorporate a dual 10-inch, mica-graphite poly cone driver with a case frame and rubber surrounds. The ID1 features a three-way portion with a nominal impedance of 8 ohms, 98 dB for one-watt at one meter, with the subs boasting 4 ohms and 89 dB/1w/1m.
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