Turbosound Introduces iNSPIRE Series - World's First Fully Remote Controllable Mixing & Streaming Line Arrays
Designed for commanding performance, the iNSPIRE Series consists of three full-range powered column loudspeakers, the 800-Watt iP500, 1,000-Watt iP1000 and 1,000 Watt iP2000 - plus two 1,000-Watt powered subwoofers, the 12" iP12B and 15" iP15B with integrated dual-channel 200-Watt amplifiers for satellite speakers. All models exhibit the powerful, high-quality sound and optimised dispersion of Turbosound's award-winning line array products in a surprisingly lightweight, easy to use, all-in-one vertical form factor.
Equipped with an onboard two-channel and fully remote controllable digital mixer via dedicated iPhone / iPad app or locally via dedicated LCD-based user interface, the iNSPIRE Series also features wireless Bluetooth stereo audio streaming. Each speaker is powered by industry-leading Klark Teknik digital signal processing, Class-D amplification and revolutionary SST Spatial Sound Technology.
The INSPIRE iP500, iP1000, iP2000, iP12B, and iP15B will be available at an estimated U.S. street price of $ 499, $ 599, $ 799, $399, and $ 499 respectively - and are covered by a generous 3-Year Warranty programme.
For more information on the Turbosound iNSPIRE Series, visit booth #5244 at Winter NAMM 2015.
For more information on Turbosound's NAMM 2015 new products, please go to: http://www.music-group.com/turbosound/namm/index.aspx
For Turbosound NAMM 2015 high-resolution product images and additional resources, please go to: http://www.music-group.com/assets/NAMM-TURBOSOUND.ZIP
Turbosound is a leading designer and manufacturer of professional loudspeaker systems. The company's award winning designs are defined by a harmony between high technology and an instinctive approach to the art of acoustical and electronic engineering. Since inception a number of principle patents have been awarded to Turbosound including three Queen's Awards for Export Achievement in 1987 and 1997, and for Innovation in 2012, which recognise the success of two ground-breaking design concepts - the Polyhorn and Dendritic waveguides. Both now form the heart of Turbosound's core product ranges - Aspect, Flex Array and Flashline loudspeaker systems. Turbosound has also applied its design principles and patented technology to the specialist requirements of the fixed installation, theatre, worship, corporate and A/V markets.
Turbosound is owned by Music Group.
About MUSIC Group
The Music Group is one of the world's largest pro audio and music products companies. As the corporate parent for world-recognized brands such as Midas, Klark Teknik, Turbosound, Behringer and Bugera, the Music Group owns and manages some of the finest brands in the industry. With a solid platform of technical innovation, proprietary Intellectual Property and unparalleled brand equity, Music Group companies and brands lead the market in over 130 countries across the globe.
Music Group products are designed and developed by over 250 dedicated members of the industry's most accomplished engineering team, spanning three continents. Our products are built and thoroughly quality tested in our own state-of-the-art factory Music Group City where we control every aspect of the supply chain and manufacturing process. The result of this intensive commitment to quality is that Music Group products are trusted by millions of users every day to produce and perform to exacting specifications and tolerances.
Music Group products can be found in professional and project recording studios, video and broadcast suites, post-production facilities, sound reinforcement applications including houses of worship, stadiums, nightclubs, retail locations and on major musical concert tours.
For more information, please visit www.Music-Group.com.
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