The TesiraFORTÉ DAN range of audio processors has been announced here at ISE 2017 by Biamp Systems.
The result of collaboration between Biamp and Shure, these new audio processors directly interface with the Shure MXA beamforming line of microphones. Along with the new dedicated Shure MXA input blocks in the latest Tesira 3.0 software, the processors, claim the company, deliver seamless interoperability between the most advanced DSP and microphone technologies.
“We saw that a lot of Shure mics were being implemented alongside TesiraFORTÉ, so we are now taking it further. Customer feedback is very important to us, and requests for a TesiraFORTÉ-level device that works seamlessly with the Shure MXA series of mics was increasing,”
said Zach Snook, audio products manager for Biamp Systems.
“With the new TesiraFORTÉ DAN and the inclusion of Shure microphone support in the latest version of Tesira software, integrators can now design a system that offers the best-of-class DSP and microphone technologies to fit a variety of customer needs,” he added.
The TesiraFORTÉ DAN will be offered in four fixed I/O models – the same models as the original TesiraFORTÉ family (AI, CI, TI, and VI) – with the addition of 32x32 channels of audio via the Dante Brooklyn II module. All models of TesiraFORTÉ DAN are standard with 12 mic/
line inputs, eight line outputs,
Ethernet control, RS-232, USB audio with up to eight channels of configurable audio, four general purpose I/Os, and an OLED display.