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Audac swings in with new pendants

Audac swings in with new pendants

Audac swings in with new pendants

The ALTI4 pendant and ALTI4M include an internal 70V/100V transformer and a 16Ω bypass

Audac has released the ALTI series of two-way pendant loudspeakers, designed for background and foreground music in environments featuring open architecture and high ceilings, such as large retail outlets and warehouses.

The two models available are the ALTI4 pendant, which includes a 4-inch driver combination and a coaxially mounted 1-inch soft dome tweeter, as well as a fitted phase plug, and the ALTI4M, designed with a die-cast mounting bracket for both wall and ceiling mounting. The ALTI4M can therefore be installed throughout a room, covering both the ceilings and walls, to provide audio and aesthetic consistency. Both models include an internal 70V/100V transformer and a 16Ω bypass.

The Belgian manufacturer has also released a 2.0 update for the Audac Touch app. The update introduces several new features, including an Automatic Device Discovery function. This allows the app to automatically recognise and name each Audac device on a system for inclusion on dashboards and widgets. Audac Touch 2.0 also allows users to mix and control the inputs of the M2 Multimedia digital audio mixer directly from the app, while the NMP40 audio streaming SourceCon module now supports Spotify and Soundtrack Your Brand integration via the application. Finally, the Audac Touch app can be combined with ARU multichannel digital relay units to add and toggle-control third-party devices such as projectors, lights or curtains.

Finally, Audac has also unveiled its MFA2xx multi-functional amplifiers. Featuring compatibility with Audac Touch 2.0 and an integrated SourceCon input slot in the amplifier, the MFA series is available in output powers of 80W or 160W. With the same interface as the SMA, SMQ, PMQ and XMP series, users can access enhanced settings on the front of the amplifier through a 2.5-inch graphical display or import configuration files from a USB. In addition to RS232 and RS485 connection, the MFA also allows for optional Dante expansion, giving the device the ability to receive and send low-latency, high-quality audio over a standard Ethernet network. It features a balanced mic/line input through a three-pin terminal block, an unbalanced stereo line input and a SourceCon module slot.

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