Bose Adds To ControlSpace Line

Bose Professional Systems Division has added a trio of new ControlSpace ESP engineered sound processors.
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Bose ControlSpace ESP-880 processor
Framingham, MA (August 21, 2013)—Bose Professional Systems Division has added a trio of new ControlSpace ESP engineered sound processors.

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The Bose ControlSpace ESP-880 (a fixed 8x8 analog I/O configuration), ESP-1240 (12x4 analog I/O) and ESP-4120 (4x12 analog I/O) engineered sound processors all include a rear-panel expansion slot that accommodates optional networking cards, including Dante and AVB network audio. Networking cards support combined audio and control connectivity with third-party products, other Bose ESP processors, and Bose PowerMatch amplifiers. In addition, an integrated ESPLink optical output reportedly provides low latency, uncompressed 48 kHz audio to same-rack Bose PowerMatch amplifiers.

All ESP processors include control input and output capabilities, as well as built-in RS-232 serial and Ethernet ports, allowing integration with industry-standard control systems. Any of the Bose wall-mounted user interfaces, including the programmable CC-64 and CC-16 controllers and three zone volume interfaces, can be used to control all Bose Professional networked devices.

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