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June 15, 2017 News

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Bose’s new system includes the ControlSpace -1280C signal and three ControlSpace -based under- endpoints (-4ML, -8ML and -UH). Designed with input from leading integrators and consultants, the system streamlines conferencing design and implementation with purpose-built hardware to deliver seamless microphone integration, comprehensive connectivity, and time-saving software algorithms.

The three low-profile under-table boxes (UTB) with integrated Dante and PoE allow multiple microphones and codec connections from the table to the rack with a single Cat5 cable. The EX-8ML and EX-4ML microphone endpoints support eight- and four-channel microphone inputs respectively, with 48V phantom power, built-in Dante audio conversion, daisy-chainable PoE, and onboard 12V power and multiple per-channel. The EX-UH adds USB and handset audio for expanded codec options and convenient plug-and-play connectivity at the table for BYOD applications.

The EX-1280C processor includes USB, VoIP, analogue telephone, and Dante connectivity, eliminating the need to choose from different DSP models for different applications. The 1RU design features 12×8 balanced analogue I/O, 12 routable acoustic echo cancellers, 64×64 Dante audio networking, two-line VoIP, a USB port for PC soft codecs, PSTN for analogue telephone connections, eight-channel Bose AmpLink output, serial control via RS-232 and UDP, and a convenient front-panel interface with OLED display.

ControlSpace EX components are configured and controlled with Bose ControlSpace 5.0 software. ControlSpace Remote 2.1 has been upgraded to support the new EX and includes a dialler for creating a complete tablet-based user interface for conference rooms.

Bose: pro.bose.com

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