QSC Releases New QSControlnet Products

Costa Mesa, CA (September 30, 2005)--QSC Audio has released a number of new product additions to its QSControl.net lineup. Four new BASIS devices have been released by QSC as part of the company's QSControl.net platform. They include the BASIS 722az, BASIS 914lz, BASIS 922dz, and BASIS 922uz models.
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Costa Mesa, CA (September 30, 2005)--QSC Audio has released a number of new product additions to its QSControl.net lineup. Four new BASIS devices have been released by QSC as part of the company's QSControl.net platform. They include the BASIS 722az, BASIS 914lz, BASIS 922dz, and BASIS 922uz models.

The new products join the long-established BASIS 922az. The BASIS series of devices are all designed to operate under the company's QSControl.net platform, meeting the control, monitoring, signal processing, and digital transport needs of amplification and loudspeaker systems worldwide. BASIS units combine three distinct QSC technologies within a single RU: amplifier and loudspeaker control, monitoring and protection, configurable DSP, and CobraNet digital audio transport.

The RAVE 520uz and the RAVE 522ua join the RAVE 522aa as new additions to the company's QSControl.net platform. This new generation of RAVE products combines two distinct QSC technologies within a single hardware unit: configurable DSP and CobraNet digital audio transport. Now with universal inputs, microphones and/or line level devices can be integrated into a digital network, with signal processing done right in the box.

The DSP 322ua, QSC's new generation of DSP devices, offers eight universal inputs and eight analog outputs. The new DSP family of devices is all designed to operate under the company's QSControl.net platform using QSC's software interface, Venue Manager. Storing up to eight signal flow design configurations with snapshot parameter recall, QSC claims the DSP 322ua can fit any application. With all data stored in the device memory, files can be uploaded from the unit to multiple computers. QSC's DSP engine reportedly has a short and fixed processing latency through the DSP subsystem. When the A/D and D/A converters are included, the total analog-to-analog latency of a single unit is 2.354 milliseconds.

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