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NAMM 2013: More from the StudioLive Series and New Eris and Sceptre Series from PreSonus - Updated with Video!
The StudioLive range now contains the 18sAI, a subwoofer with super-low frequencies. Straightforward connections and light casing make the 18sAI easy to use in stage environments.
The new 312AI, 315AI and 328AI Active Loudspeakers can all be combined with the 18sAI Sub, providing a perfectly integrated combination.
All the new studio live PA equipment contains Active Integration technology, seamless integrating software that lets products sense each other. Other benefits of Active Integration include remote control, wireless control over output level, user-adjustable contours and more.
Also new from PreSonus is the Sceptre range, providing high-definition sound quality and control.
The series includes two models, The Sceptre S8 CoActual Studio monitor and the S6, both with front-firing acoustic ports. All Sceptre-series monitors are bi-amplified and have a balanced XLR and 1/4 inch TRS line-level inputs with A-taper level control.
The Eris line of high-definition studio monitors comprises of the Eris E5 and E8, both allow users to make custom adjustments using a four-position Acoustic Space switch and High Pass switch.
You can join PreSonus in a webcast live from NAMM on the 24th, 25th and 26th of January, visit their website for more information.
Presonus are also showing the StudioLive 32.4.2AI 32-channel Digital Mixing System which packs over 64 times the processing power and an amazing 10,000 times more RAM than the previous model.
You can see the latest launches from Winter NAMM on our NAMM page.
Posted on 25 Jan 2013 14:15 to category : Instruments News
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