LD Systems, an Adam Hall Group brand, has a variety of loudspeakers on tap to introduce at ProLight+Sound this year.

Frankfurt, Germany (March 21, 2019)— At this year's Prolight + Sound (April 2–5, 2019) in Frankfurt, Germany, the Adam Hall Group will present a number of new products from its various brands, including LD Systems. Some of the brand’s new offerings will include U500 IEM Series’ in-ear monitoring systems; MAUI i1 fixed installation solution; IMA and IPA installation amplifiers; and DQOR outdoor speakers.

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The new DQOR-series installation speakers are suitable for both indoor and outdoor projects. The 2-way systems in the updated, dynamic LD Systems design are available in 3'', 5.25'' and 8'' editions and are available in low and high-impedance versions at 8 or 16 ohms. The models have a selector switch for selectable power tapping in 70/100 V environments, and the housing features an integrated wall-mounting bracket and a practical slide/lock mechanism. Using a recessed front panel with no visible cable routes, the DQOR series can be integrated into interior design environments. The speakers have a built-in 27° and 45° tilt-and-pan mechanism and are available in black and white.

LD Systems’ MAUI i1 active column speakers feature nine 3-inch full-range neodymium woofers and two 1-inch high-frequency drivers, including 2-way crossover, to deliver 120 W (RMS) at 8 ohms. The BEM-optimized high-frequency waveguides provide control of vertical dispersion. For integration into speaker systems with constant voltage, the MAUI i1 also has an 8 ohm/70 V/100 V switch with taps for 60, 30, 15 and 7.5 watts. A special U-shaped bracket for flexible wall mounting is supplied.

LD Systems IPA & IMA installation amplifiers are intended for fixed installations. The IPA series includes DSP-based, 4-channel power amplifiers – IPA412 (120 W) and IPA424 (240 W) – with built-in transformers per channel, 100 V/70 V-taps and a low-Z output (4 ohms). The IPA-models can be equipped with an expansion card to control all parameters via Ethernet and to integrate the amplifier into larger installation networks via Dante AoIP-connectivity. The IPA series can also communicate with remote devices and paging microphones via a CAN bus (controller area network).

With the IMA30, LD systems presents the first component of the new IMA series. Using Bluetooth for the wireless connection of music sources, as well as multilevel priority switching, the mixing amplifier in compact 9.5-inch housing can be integrated into commercial and industrial applications. The IMA30 provides four priority levels for emergency calls, microphone/line inputs and music sources, as well as selectable automatic standby mode for Energy Star certification.

LD Systems will present its U500 IEM Series of in-ear monitoring systems. Available as a set with or without headphones, the U500 IEM Series offers a switchable transmitting power of 2 mW, 10 mW and 30 mW, an OLED display, 3-band EQ with parametric mids, username entry and storage for 10 presets. Depending on the frequency band, it also allows for the operation of up to 12 parallel systems. The U500 IEM Series is available in five versions for worldwide use in different frequency ranges.

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