In a joint initiative that sees the combination of technologies from Turbosound, Lab.gruppen, Audinate and Lake, Turbosound has announced the release of the Dante-enabled 20000DP amplifier to power its new Flashline Line Array system.
Based on the Lab.gruppen PLM 20000Q platform and featuring dedicated presets designed by Turbosound’s live sound engineering team to suit the Flashline system, the 20000DP provides four discrete output channels each rated at 4400 watts at 4 ohms. Lake Processor modules each offer precise settings for gain, delay, standard and linear phase crossover slopes, equalisation and limiting, while integrated Dante technology facilitates low latency audio distribution over Ethernet.
Simon Blackwood, Turbosound’s managing director, commented: “Our selection of the Dante-enabled Lab.gruppen PLM design platform is a natural choice for our groundbreaking Flashline system, with Dante being the widely accepted professional choice for tour sound. The Audinate team has provided great features combined with forward-thinking – we consider this to be the most stable and logical TCP/IP based audio distribution solution for tour sound.”
John McMahon, Audinate’s v-p of sales and support, added: “Turbosound and Lab.gruppen are two of the most respected and successful names in the audio business. We are proud to be an integral part of the new Flashline system.”
Michael Munch, Lab.gruppen’s v-p of strategic product management, added: “Lab.gruppen is proud to have delivered a special variant of its versatile powered loudspeaker management system as a turnkey solution to drive Turbosound’s exciting new Flashline system. As a result, Turbosound is able to deliver an integrated system worldwide with state-of-the-art components from industry-leading brands.”