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New products: September 2015

This month's round-up of the hottest new products from September's PSNEurope magazine

This month’s round-up of the hottest new products from September’s PSNEurope magazine


What is it?
The latest addition to Roland Pro A/V’s growing line-up of OHRCA (Open High Resolution Control Architecture)-based live mixing consoles.

Measuring under 30” (74cm), the M-5000C offers the flexibility and features of the M-5000 console in a smaller footprint for touring, broadcast, theatre and live performance applications.

And another thing…
The M-5000C made its European debut on HHB Communications’ IBC stand earlier this month.

DT 1770 PRO

What is it?
The “next step in the evolution” of beyerdynamic’s acclaimed DT 770 PRO studio/monitoring headphones.

A triple-layer compound membrane in the DT 1770 PRO reduces unwanted partial vibrations, allowing increased accuracy in the reproduction bass and overtone reproduction.

And another thing…
German manufacturer beyerdynamic has designed the new cans for maximum comfort, with soft velour or leather ear cushions, velour ear cups and a spring-steel headband.


What is it?
K-array’s loudest portable loudspeaker system.

The self-powered, 142dB KR802 features a pair of KMT218 2 x 18” subs each with two channels of 2,500W matched to two KY102s with 4″ neodymium speaker elements.

And another thing…
All DSP functions, including EQ, can be controlled with remote managing software via USB or RS485 on a standard XLR.

xIn 4, xOut 4 and xIO 4×4

What are they?
Three new products allowing integrators to quickly and easily add extra inputs and outputs to their SymNet DSP systems.

xIn 4 is an audio input expander for SymNet Dante-scalable systems featuring four mic/line inputs with +48 VDC phantom power, while xOut 4 is, similarly, an output expander. Symetrix xIO 4×4 is an audio input/output expander for SymNet systems sporting four mic/line inputs and four line outputs.

And another thing…
All three devices are configured using the newly updated SymNet Composer software, t eliminating any requirement for hardware DIP switches, front-panel menus or third-party software.