Audac in active stereo loudspeaker system launch
Audac will introduce an active stereo loudspeaker system at this year’s Prolight+Sound show in Frankfurt, Germany.
The LX523 active speaker system can be used in combination with the WP523 Remote Wall Mixer or the RM523 Web Based Input Control Unit.
The LX523 3-way stereo loudspeaker system, consists of an active and passive loudspeaker. A wallpanel or a remote controller unit can be used to transfer audio signals, control volume and handle equalization of the sound system. Several audio signals can be sent distances of up to 300m over Cat5 cable.
On the front side of the WP523 wallpanel is a stereo RCA line input together with a balanced XLR microphone input that can be mixed. The WP523 has a limiting system.
The RM523’s integrated website allows control of the 4 Stereo line and the balanced microphone input from any device with a web browser without additional software. Priority settings on the microphone channel enable suppression of playing sources when using the microphone. An optional wall panel can be installed to control the signal routing and volume level from one or multiple fixed locations. Audac has also developed an iPhone/iPad application for control.