Genelec 4000 Series loudspeaker launch planned for ISE2014

"We are expanding the range to include a new product that will broaden the appeal of the series and reinforce our position as a leading loudspeaker brand for fixed audio installations,” said Genelec's Lars-Olof Janflod.
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Genelec will launch the latest addition to its 4000 Series of loudspeakers, designed specifically for the AV install market, at ISE 2014. “I am really looking forward to introducing the new model to the ISE 2014 delegates,” said Lars-Olof Janflod, PR and marketing director at Genelec. “Since its launch the 4000 Series has been embraced by the install market world-wide. We are expanding the range to include a new product that will broaden the appeal of the series and reinforce our position as a leading loudspeaker brand for fixed audio installations.”

According to the company, the Genelec 4000 Series active loudspeakers are well suited to music playback and demanding speech amplification projects. The proprietary Directivity Control Waveguide provides broad and flat coverage for precise imaging in all environments and Practical Room Response Controls optimise the loudspeaker’s tonal characteristics for any environment. Once installed, overload protection ensures reliability and 12V contact closure allows for integration with any in-house automation or AV-control system. Additionally, the 4000 Series is fully compliant with the Energy Related Products (ERP) Directive which requires that standby power consumption for any product is under 0.5W. This is achieved with Genelec’s Intelligent Signal-Sensing feature, in line with the company’s larger on-going sustainable initiatives. www.genelec.com

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