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HK Audio offers new system solutions in collaboration with Lab.gruppen

HK Audio offers new system solutions in collaboration with Lab.gruppen

HK Audio is presenting a series of new system solutions for installation applications in collaboration with Lab.gruppen at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) event in Amsterdam this week.

As of 10th February, passive HK Audio ranges such as Elements, Linear 5, ConTour, ConTour Array, Cadis, Vortis and the IL Series can be operated using Lab.gruppen’s groundbreaking new IPD Series amplifiers.

The collaboration makes a variety of HK Audio system solutions possible that set new standards in terms of sound quality, ease of use, features, energy efficiency and value for money.

Lars Langholz, product manager at HK Audio, said: “When developing system solutions that would meet the high standards of the HK Audio passive installation ranges, we tried and tested many amplifiers on the market. Nothing at that price point came close to the feature set and overall sonic quality of Lab.gruppen's IPD Series.”

The IPD platform features a latest-generation DSP engine equipped with up to a total of 40 real-time, multi-slope parametric EQs along with adjustable gain, input and output delay, and both high- and low-pass filters adjustable to any frequency. Preset Sheets for operation with the IPD Series amplifiers and the above-mentioned HK Audio products are also available as of 10th February.

The new system solutions are particularly well suited to venues where acoustic and economic efficiency are equally important, including the likes of churches, theaters, conference centers, sports halls, lounges, bars, school buildings, and many other varied locations.

HK Audio’s product specialists, application support and sales team are on hand throughout the ISE show (Hall 7, Stand V220) to give attendees the lowdown on the new solutions, as well as any other information they may require.

11th February 2015

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