d&b will be exhibiting virtually at the NAMM Believe In Music Week from January 18 – 22, 2021. Stop by our virtual booth and check out our new products in The Marketplace. Video sessions will be hosted on our virtual booth starting January 18.
Flexibility can now extend beyond its usual limits. The A-Series introduces a new sound reinforcement concept: the augmented array. A system that is as flexible as a point source cluster, as controllable as a line array, and introduces advanced solutions for challenging application environments. Variable splay angles and broad distribution in the horizontal or vertical allow arrays to adapt precisely to venue shapes. Join us to learn how the A-Series works, how it compares to point source and line source solutions, and a discussion of possible applications.
For nearly 40 years d&bhas been passionate on pushing the boundaries of directivity and pattern control. In that time many technical advances have been made to improve intelligibility, sound quality, and most importantly the audience experience. Nothing more exemplifies this than the full-bandwidth directivity of the SL-Series. The SL-Series has changed the live concert touring experience, now see what it can provide for fixed installation projects.
Join us for a look into the latest products from d&baudiotechnik, the KSLisystem, a full-bandwidth installation line array, and the 40D, a state-of-the-art amplifier specifically designed for fixed installations
Introducing the 44S, the first flush-mountable d&b loudspeaker for high performance applications in a compact form factor. 44S excels in spaces that may be challenged by dimensions, architecture, or aesthetics, the 44S loudspeaker provides the sound needed, no matter what space they have to work with.
Join us for a look into the latest products from d&b audiotechnik, the 44S, a 2-way ultra-compact flush mountable loudspeaker.
This session will provide an overview of the d&bSoundscape and discuss the benefits of object-based mixing using real-world case studies. What are the limitations of traditional PA systems? How does object-based mixing change the engineer's workflow? Topics include automatic time-alignment of your sound system, greater headroom, improved sight-lines, and more…