Bose Professional will be showing the breadth of their product portfolio at PLASA London, next month (September 16-18).
Products will include its new "visually appealing" EdgeMax in-ceiling loudspeakers which are designed to provide improved audio quality and coverage, while reducing the number of required units in a venue.
Alongside, will be its ControlSpace EX-1280 audio conferencing system which includes a conferencing signal processor and three new Dante-based ControlSpace under-table endpoints (EX-4ML, EX-8ML and EX-UH). Designed with input from leading integrators, the system features connectivity for various types of audio conferencing, including USB, VoIP, PSTN, analog, and phone headset audio.
Bose ShowMatch DeltaQ array loudspeakers for both installation and portable applications will also be on show. With field-changeable waveguides that help provide the best possible sound quality throughout the audience area,
Bose claims its DeltaQ array technology improves sound quality and vocal clarity by providing selectable coverage patterns that direct more sound energy to the audience by allowing directivity, or “Q,” to vary with each array module.
ShowMatch full-range array loudspeakers are available with 5-degree, 10-degree or 20-degree vertical coverage with class-leading versatility that allows J-array, constant-curvature, or DeltaQ array configurations. Conventional line arrays can require up to twice the box count compared to DeltaQ arrays to achieve comparable vertical coverage. DeltaQ arrays can improve sight lines, reduce rigging weight and lower system costs.
Completing the line-up will be the latest amplifiers and processors from Bose, including PowerShare and FreeSpace IZA amps equipped with Amplink technology, a new Bose digital audio distribution solution for use between Bose processors and amplifiers.