ISE 2015 - Alcons feeling at home @ ISE 2015

Dutch audio innovator Alcons Audio will be showcasing its latest pro-ribbon sound system innovations at the upcoming Integrated Systems Europe show in Amsterdam.

The joint-venture of InfoComm and CEDIA forms a perfect platform for Alcons to display the wide portfolio of its evolutionary audio solutions: From high-power installed sound reinforcement all the way to the finest Home Theatre sound systems, all featuring the same unique 1:1 natural crystal-clear response, with unprecedented low-distortion, very high SPL and wide and deep imaging.

On booth 6-N148, Alcons presents a selected choice of its point-source, point-source array, line-source and line-array sound systems, based around the company's patented Pro-Ribbon technology and its ongoing pursuit of audio perfection.

The main focus this year will be on the production version of the CRMSCompact; the Cinema Reference Monitor System is based on the continuing success of Alcons pro-ribbon systems in commercial cinemas across the globe, as used by Lucasfilm, Walt Disney, Berlinale Film Festival (Dolby Atmos), Path�, NBC Universal a.o.

Fitted with a completely new, patented-pending pro-ribbon mid-high frequency transducer, the CRMSC is focused on post-production studios, screening-rooms, residential home-cinemas; Basically any critical listening environment.

CRMS consists of pro-ribbon main loudspeakers, timbre-matching pro-ribbon surround loudspeakers, ultra-shallow subwoofers and dedicated processing and amplification.

The RR12 point-source array has been developed as "building block" to create tight-packed arrays for razor-sharp controlled, seamless sound coverage in the widest variety of audience areas, where a line-array solution is not demanded.

The QR24 pro-ribbon line-source column is the solution in acoustically-challenging rooms. A full-range high SPL HiFi sound quality is delivered, with unparalleled speech intelligibility in even the most reverberant rooms, without the necessity of DSP-based beamsteering.

The LR7 micro pro-ribbon line-array is one of Alcons' most successful products; A system not wider than 3 CD's with the industry's best "size/weight-to-throw" ratio, suitable for A/V projects, where very compact form factor with perfect line-array projection and imaging are required.

The Sentinel amplified loudspeaker controllers are the drive engines behind the Alcons pro-ribbon sound systems. The proprietary-developed amplified processors offer 4-in/4-out, 192kHz AES/EBU digital inputs, Linux-based operation, full-color touch-screen and encoder control and up to 10kW. true audiophile-grade amp.stages. These high-resolution drive engines significantly raise the bar in very high-output, high-end HiFi sound reproduction.

With Architect Colour Option, ACO™ any Alcons system can be ordered in more than 180 different RAL colours, allowing it to blend perfectly into the background against any type of d�cor.

While in Amsterdam, the ISE visitor can enjoy the Alcons sound in different locations, from the Path� Tuschinski cinema, the EYE Film institute, Hilfiger's Peoples Place, but also the musicals of Anne Frank and Soldaat van Oranje ("Soldier of Orange").

The Alcons booth 6-N148 is located in Hall 6, which is connecting Hall 1 and Hall 7.

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