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PLASA 2012: Bose shows ControlSpace sound processor

The SP-24 is taking centre stage on the Bose stand, while RoomMatch loudspeakers are today being demoed in the PLASA 2012 AudioLab.

Bose is showcasing its new ControlSpace SP-24 sound processor, designed to make audio processing setup quicker and easier, and simplifying audio DSP for 2 x 4 installed and portable applications. Also on show is the latest Bose amplifiers, including the PowerMatch 8500N configurable power amplifier and the FreeSpace IZA 250/190 integrated zone amplifiers, plus selected products from the wide range of Bose loudspeakers for background and foreground sound.

Demonstrations of Bose Modeler software including features for designing systems with RoomMatch array modules, the Bose Auditioner listening station, and new Bose ControlSpace Designer software complete the line-up. In addition, Bose is featuring the RoomMatch series of array module loudspeakers as part of the PLASA 2012 Audio Lab. Powered by the PowerMatch PM8500 configurable professional power amplifier and using new Bose technologies, these products provide sound designers with unprecedented scalability and configurability for venues including arenas, performing arts centres, and houses of worship. “Our engineers challenged conventional wisdom for both loudspeaker and amplifier design,” said Akira Mochimaru, general manager, Bose Professional Systems Division. “The result is the RoomMatch progressive directivity array, a new approach for the industry and one that lets sound designers and integrators meet the acoustic challenges of any fixed-installation sound system with more flexibility and far less compromise to audio performance.”