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Amplification for the large venue market

Amplification for the large venue market
Connect Series

Amplification for the large venue market

The Connect Series is made up of two product families: the Dante Connect and Network Connect models

New kid on the amplifier block, LEA Professional, has launched a range of 350W and 700W IoT-enabled amplifiers for the professional installation market. The Connect 354, Connect 704, Connect 354D and Connect 704D aim to provide systems designers and integrators with a more simple and powerful solution to drive their large-scale installations with the capacity to support monthly recurring revenue business models.

With the Connect Series’ built-in AWS IoT Core, systems integrators can monitor hundreds of data points from fan speed to thermal temperatures to system faults without being in the same building as the system. This allows users to identify potential issues, troubleshoot the cause and load new parts on the truck before any urgent maintenance is required.

The Connect Series is made up of two product families: the Dante Connect and Network Connect models. All four mid-power models are built with fully routable analogue inputs and the 354D and 704D have the addition of Dante and AES67 connectivity. All four models also include three different ways of network connection: use the built-in Wi-Fi access point, connect to the existing Wi-Fi network or use a LAN Ethernet connection.

Coinciding with this launch, the US-based manufacturer has also added four low-power models of IoT-enabled products for the pro installation market. Designed for smaller-scale applications including 70V and 100V operation, the Connect 84, Connect 164, Connect 84D and Connect 164D feature the same benefits as the mid-power series. All four low-power models are built with fully routable analogue inputs, for which the 84D and 164D versions benefit from Dante and AES67 connectivity.



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