Tannoy, Lab.gruppen & Lake at ISE 2012

Monday, 5 December 2011
Tannoy, Lab.gruppen & Lake at ISE 2012Leading the charge for Lab.gruppen will be its new install-centric amplifier range, E Series
The Netherlands - Tannoy, Lab.gruppen and Lake will feature a number of firsts at ISE 2012, with Tannoy exhibiting brand new VLS (Vertical Line Source) passive column range. With a sleek curvilinear architectural profile specifically designed for install applications, the VLS Series comes in three models that each utilise proven transducer technology adapted from Tannoy's award-winning QFlex steerable column range. Making its international debut at ISE 2012, VLS promises to be "an evolutionary product that further enhances Tannoy's offering in the architectural installed sound market".

Visitors will also be able to see the full range of Tannoy's VX Series and VXP Series, the latter featuring Lab.gruppen's new IDEEA (Intelli-Drive Energy Efficient Amplifier) power module.

Also on the stand will be Tannoy's QFlex digital beam-steering array loudspeakers, complete with a whole new set of i enhancements that give the product "improved functionality and superior capabilities for integration within large scale PA/VA applications".

Elsewhere, Tannoy will also be showcasing its full range of commercial sound loudspeaker products, including the new OCV Series pendant open ceiling speakers, the DVS Series, specifically designed for a wide variety of discrete small-to-medium scale sound reinforcement applications, and its CMS Series and CVS Series.

Leading the charge for Lab.gruppen will be its new install-centric amplifier range, E Series. This 1U install-centric amplifier platform "combines ample power reserves with amazingly low power consumption, therefore reducing the total cost of ownership below that of conventional designs".

The company will also be joining Lake as they exhibit the PLM Series (which incorporates Lake Processing technology) alongside LM 44 (another first view for ISE 2012), the new digital audio processor from Lake.

TC Group will also be taking the opportunity to formally launch its new Applications Engineering and Training (AET) group, headed up by Graham Hendry (formerly director of business development for Tannoy), who will be on hand to introduce the new group and discuss any project or application specific enquiries.

(Jim Evans)


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