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Biamp offers freedom and security

Biamp offers freedom and security
Tesira 1200.1

Biamp offers freedom and security

Both Tesira models employ media and control via a single port

Biamp has introduced the first ‘enterprise-ready, rack-mounted amplifiers with 100% asymmetric power distribution’ with its new Tesira 1200.1 four-channel, 1,200W model with a single asymmetric bank, and Tesira 1200.2, a 2,400W amplifier with four channels and dual asymmetric banks. The manufacturer states that these give systems integrators ‘the freedom to distribute any amount of available power with virtually no limitations’, and that they are the only amplifiers to support 802.1X authentication, which makes them ‘the most secure option on the market’.

Single-cable amplifier solutions, both Tesira models employ media and control via a single port. The manufacturer’s power distribution architecture enables designers and integrators to distribute anywhere between 1–100% of power available to any channel. They also support selectable impedance (4Ω, 8Ω, 70V or 100V) and patented delay equalisation on each channel, for additional system design flexibility. In addition, both models include an ‘audible locate’ feature on the front panel that allows installers to validate connected loudspeaker runs quickly.

Biamp has also introduced a vast range of other solutions recently. These include the announcement that Tesira conferencing solutions are now certified for use with Google’s Hangouts Meet hardware, and new capabilities for its SageVue browser-based monitoring and management platform, including systems monitoring and management for networked Tesira and Devio devices as part of the SageVue 2.0 release. New products include the Parlé family of beamtracking microphones, which sees the TCM-X ceiling and TTM-X tabletop models join the TCM-1 pendant; the desono speaker family, comprising the P6 and P6-SM, which are suited to retail, restaurants and other spaces requiring BGM; and the desono C-IC6 conferencing speakers.



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