InfoComm 2016 saw almost 40,000 visitors, including 35 per cent who were first timers, attend in Las Vegas.
There were a number of new launches at the event: here's a selection...
Alcons Audio unveiled the LR18 pro-ribbon line-array, its three-way, compact-mid-size format line-source sound system, for the first time to the US market.
Electro-Voice used the event for its global launch of X1-212/120 and X2-212/120, which are 120-degree versions of the original 90-degree models, significantly expanding the flexibility of the new X-Line Advance family.
Lab.gruppen revealed three new 60W LUCIA amplifiers – the smallest models in the range. The LUCIA 60/2M comes with a 4-in, 4-out matrix-mixer; the LUCIA 60/2 offers a 2-in, 2-out option; and the 70V LUCIA 60/1-70 is 2-in, 1-out. All have configurable DSP features.
QSC announced it was adding two new models to the SPA Series amplifiers. The SPA2-200 and SPA4-100 offer 2x200W or 4x100W per channel into 8 and 4 outputs, with the ability to bridge channels for 70V and 100V capability.
Shure introduced the IH6500 interpreter headset, which is designed for professional interpreters who prefer an integrated headset. The dual-sided headset has removable ear pads, allowing for convenient cleaning, and also features a flexible gooseneck microphone boom that pivots through 270 degrees.
Read more in the July issue of PSNEurope.