Community launches amplified loudspeaker controllers
Community Professional Loudspeakers has launched a line of amplified loudspeaker controllers (ALC). It is designed to provide all of the signal routing, zone switching, DSP processing, protective limiting, remote monitoring, and amplification functions needed between a mixer and the loudspeakers in virtually any Community loudspeaker application.
Standard Ethernet communication protocols allow for fast system design, system control, and remote system monitoring.
Analog and Dante inputs included in each model are assignable per channel in static or failover/backup configuration, supporting quick and easy integration into any new or existing system.
Chosen to match the needs of all Community loudspeakers, three models of Amplified Loudspeaker Controllers are available: ALC-404D (4 channels x 400W), the ALC-1604D (4 channels x 1600W), and the ALC-3202D (2 channels x 3200W).
Bridged channel pairs support driving loads down to 4 ohms at double the power of a single channel, providing additional flexibility for Community loudspeaker system applications.