Alcons Audio is attending Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2019 with its Pro-Ribbon Immersive Experience and new products, including the CRMS-LFE15 low-frequency extension for both residential and commercial applications.
The company will be demonstrating both live production and immersive residential applications for its products, with alternating demonstrations taking place at 30-minute intervals throughout ISE 2019 in booth 6-H150.
Alcons is partnering with DreamScreen and Storm Audio for the residential demos with all the demonstrations using the same system comprised of three CRMS mkII cinema reference monitors, six CRMSC-SRHV90 compact horizontal/vertical reference surrounds for front width, side and rear surrounds, and seven of the company’s CRMSC-SRHV120 compact, wide-dispersion horizontal/vertical reference surrounds for height information.
The CRMSC-SRHV120 delivers wide dispersion from a ribbon driver and is based on the technology of the company’s CRMSC-SRHV90 and VR5 mini versatile monitor.
“As always, the best way to experience the quality and power of Alcons Audio systems is to hear them for yourself,” says Alcons Audio co-founder Tom Back.
“The Pro-Ribbon Audio Experience is a very popular, award-winning demonstration at shows in both Europe and the US. We look forward again to showing the benefits of our pro-ribbon technology and how, by working together, sound and vision manufacturers can deliver an unrivaled sensory experience.”
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The Pro-Ribbon Immersive Experience system will be completed by four CRMS-LFE18 subwoofers and seven Sentinel10 amplified loudspeaker controllers. Audio processing will be provided by Storm Audio’s ISP 3D.32 Elite Reference Édition immersive sound processor.
The experience is acoustically optimized with Texlnt acoustic baffles by Mojo Rental All Areas to allow realistic sound pressure levels to be attained on the show floor. An active subwoofer array, driven by Alcons’ cardioid processing in the Sentinel amplified loudspeaker controllers prevents low-frequency spill outside the booth.
Alcons will also be showcasing the new CRMS-LFE15 low-frequency extension for residential and studio markets. A smaller version of the CRMS-LFE18, with a 15” (38cm) inverted cone, it is designed to match the CRMSC screen channel in smaller applications. An SL version, with a sealed shallow cabinet just 11″ (28cm) deep, is also in development.
Alcons will also preview a new addition to the Q-series of modular line source array columns, designed for smaller applications with less SPL and throw requirements, but with the same directivity control from the larger Q system solutions.