QSC Ends RAVE Endorses AudioScience Unit

Costa Mesa, CA (March 17, 2008)--With the discontinuation of the QSC Audio RAVE series, a need remained for a CobraNet audio interface device. The AudioScience ASI2416 series of CobraNet devices has been selected by QSC as the recommended replacement for the discontinued RAVE series. In all cases, the ASI2416 line provides the functionality of the RAVE series as well as additional features.
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Costa Mesa, CA (March 17, 2008)--With the discontinuation of the QSC Audio RAVE series, a need remained for a CobraNet audio interface device. The AudioScience ASI2416 series of CobraNet devices has been selected by QSC as the recommended replacement for the discontinued RAVE series. In all cases, the ASI2416 line provides the functionality of the RAVE series as well as additional features.

The ASI2416 is a modular CobraNet audio interface in a 1U rack mount format. It can accommodate up to 4 function specific modules, allowing up to 16 channels of analog or AES/EBU I/O. Each module has a interchangeable connector (terminal block, RJ-45 StudioHub(tm) or 50-pin Centronics) for flexibility.

"The modularity and termination options allow for greater flexibility for the user" says Richard Gross, president of AudioScience, Inc. "The end user can have balanced analog I/O, digital I/O, any of three terminations, for up to 16 channels of audio in a single 1 RU box. Coupling these options with our powerful Texas Instruments 32bit floating point DSP for sophisticated switching and mixing, results in a very powerful product."

Standard SNMP-based CobraNet tools--for example CobraNet Discovery--can be used to configure CobraNet routing. ASI2416 specific control of analog levels and volumes is provided by AudioScience application software. An SDK is freely available for developers, along with example code to enable straightforward integration of extended processing features into third party applications.

QSC Audio Products, LLC
www.qscaudio.com

AudioScience, Inc.
www.audioscience.com