12.12.18

ISE 2019: Revolution Acoustics to show amps and mounting system

RevNet 2140 front angle
RevNet 2140 front angle amplifier

Revolution Acoustics will show new amplifiers and a ceiling tile mounting systems for transducer technology at ISE 2019.

The company will show the latest high-fidelity Class D amplifiers to be added to its RevNet line. The two PoE++ Dante-enabled amplifiers provide up to 40 watts of speaker output and can be used in low impedance (4 / 8 Ω) or constant voltage (70 / 100V) applications.

Revolution Acoustics says the low-Z RevNet LZ220 [pictured below] offers two channels of 20 watts output each while the RevNet CV140 provides one constant voltage channel with 40 watts output. Units are connected to a 60 watt switch output on a Dante network, which provides audio, control and DC voltage to the amps.

Revolution Acoustics PoE++LZ220

Also on show will be the RevNet 2140 Series amps that offer Auto EQ, 16/8/4 Ohm or 70V operation; built-in sound masking generator and Dante capability.

The Class D amplifiers are suitable for a range of applications including sound masking, collaboration spaces and background music. 

RevNet amps can be managed over WiFi or TCP/IP, the RevNet 2140-D has Dante I/O and control, with AES-67 support. A built-in DSP provides 31 band EQ, with an Auto EQ function accessed via an Android or IOS App, a sound masking generator is also provided. 

Each amplifier delivers 2 x 140 watts RMS @ 8Ω (1 x 280 watts in 70/100V mode) with a frequency response of 20 Hz – 20 kHz and 26 dB gain. RevNet amplifiers may be daisy-chained.

The company will also show its newly launched Ubiqui-T360, a ceiling tile mountingRevolution-Ubiqui-T360 with SSP6 system [pictured right] for its SSP6 Multiducer. IT allows the company’s constant-SPL planar wave audio technology to be used in any drop ceiling, with no change in the visible appearance of the ceiling. The Ubiqui-T360 mount attaches to an existing ceiling tile, after which an SSP6 Multiducer unit is screwed into place. Once installed, each speaker provides 360 degree coverage of up to 1,200 square feet, with power handling of up to 150 watts (400 watts instantaneous peak).

Applications for the Ubiqui-T360 include corporate sound masking, background music in medical offices, instructional audio and paging in schools, and music/paging in other locations where suspended ceilings are commonplace.

Revolution Acoustics will exhibit on stand 7-V180 at ISE 2019, to be held in Amsterdam, February 5 to 8.