PL+S: d&b talks lineage and lifetime value
Friday, 15 March 2019
db-audiotechnikd&b audiotechnik – Frankfurt bound
Germany - d&b audiotechnik heads full steam to this year’s Prolight +Sound in Frankfurt featuring both their SL Series - GSL and KSL Systems - and the d&b Soundscape. d&b is also bringing with them “new products and enabling technologies, proving it’s not just the big things that matter”.
PL+S is a first for the small B8-SUB/ Bi8-SUB. At a mere 170mm tall the subwoofer’s low profile belies a high performance to size ratio. It’s designed for tight spaces, be they fixed installation or mobile production environments, reproducing frequencies from 43 Hz to 170 Hz. It’s a little wonder.
Supporting system designers in mobile and fixed applications the d&b ArrayCalc Exchange SketchUp plugin enables users to generate an ArrayCalc compatible venue file (*.dbacv) and load it into ArrayCalc. Prolight + Sound also provides a chance to learn more about the Milan protocol and DS20 audio network bridge, the first d&b Milan enabled product.
The d&b Soundscape demonstrations will occur daily in the Panorama hall at Messe Forum. Visitors are invited to sessions covering an all-encompassing presentation touching on the concept, system design, the creative experience and application examples. There will also be some distinguished names from the world of creative audio in special presentations and Q+A sessions.
Dedicated workstations at the d&b booth will offer practical insight and guided discussion on d&b’s ever-expanding offering of system integration solutions, the d&b Workflow, and DS family of signal drive and processing, including the DS100 Signal engine – the hardware behind the d&b Soundscape.
“At d&b we believe in the benefits of a systematic approach.” says David Claringbold, chief marketing officer at d&b, “Where each considered development builds upon the previous one. We call this Applied Evolution. We are proud of the forward compatibility with which we develop our technology and how this enables our customers to be confident that the performance and value of their system will continue to grow over a long and fruitful lifetime.”
(Jim Evans)

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