Bose Professional ships latest processors
Thursday, 25 July 2019
bosecontrolspaceThe new ControlSpace processors are available now
USA - Bose Professional is now shipping new ControlSpace EX processors – two designed specifically for conference rooms (EX-440C and EX-12AEC) and one dedicated for general purpose applications (EX-1280).
With an open-architecture, all-in-one design, the ControlSpace EX-440C conferencing processor facilitates high-quality microphone integration and audio processing for small-to-medium size conference rooms. Various inputs and outputs allow for flexible configuration: four mic/line analogue inputs, four analogue outputs, onboard VoIP, PSTN, USB, Bose AmpLink output, eight-channel acoustic echo cancelling (AEC) and 16 x 16 Dante connectivity.
With an open-architecture design, 12 acoustic echo cancellers (AEC) and 16 x 16 Dante connectivity, the ControlSpace EX-12AEC conferencing processor provides a cost-effective, robust expansion for conference rooms using ControlSpace EX- conferencing processors.
The ControlSpace EX-1280 is a more powerful “big brother” to the existing family of Bose ESP open-architecture digital signal processors. It is a robust processor designed for a wide variety of applications — from small, self-contained projects to large, networked systems. Leveraging advanced signal processing and a floating-point open-architecture DSP, the EX-1280 processor has the precision and power to create dynamic, yet predictable audio installations.
The ControlSpace EX-1280 processor offers twelve mic/line analogue inputs, eight analogue outputs, Bose AmpLink output, and 64 x 64 Dante connectivity featuring high-quality audio processing and expansive digital connectivity. It includes a USB connection that facilitates easy integration with PC audio devices for playback and recording.
Bose ControlSpace Designer software simplifies the setup process for all three processors with drag-and-drop programming, making configuration quick and easy, says the company.
(Jim Evans)

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