Ecler goes wireless
Ecler goes wireless
WiSpeak boasts stable wireless technology, surface coverage and a quick set up
As the trend for professional wireless audio continues, Ecler has released WiSpeak, described by the manufacturer as ‘a whole new dimension in terms of easy and fast pro audio installations’. WiSpeak boasts stable wireless technology, surface coverage and a quick set up, and allows users to share audio content from the Core master unit to the Cube and Tube receiver units – two models of wireless loudspeakers featuring a 5-inch cabinet and 3-inch lamp style, respectively. With up to 500m2 coverage per Core unit, the system also incorporates the WiSpeak grip mobile application that is said to allow full control of the installation in the palm of the hand.
The HUB1616 and HUB1408, meanwhile, are Ecler’s latest digital audio managers that incorporate DSP with frequency shifter, delay, graphic EQ and factory settings for plug-and-play use. Both models feature several control possibilities through the front panel, Ecler pilot mobile application with graphics panels and TP-NET protocol for third-party devices. The units also provide single zone control with source selection, three-band tone and volume control.
Designed for both mobile and fixed installations, the LABI1 series is a new compact PA system for users ‘looking for a fast and easy installation combined with long-lasting performance’. The series consists of two subwoofer models – the LABI1-SB18p (powered) and LABI1-SB18 (passive), both with 18 different DSP configurations – and the LABI1-C100i, a column comprising 12 3-inch loudspeakers.
Switching to video, Ecler has released the VEO-MXH44, a 4x4 HDMI video matrix compliant with HDCP 2.2 and 1.4. It supports HDR formats and has been developed for applications requiring 4K/UHD at 60Hz. The VEO-MX44 also features analogue audio de-embedding and EDID management.