Martin Audio has announced the availability of the DX0.5 Loudspeaker Management System and EASE® data for the new CDD Installation range.
Offered to partner the new CDD range, DX0.5 adds affordable loudspeaker system management for the existing range of DX loudspeaker controllers.
Delivering EQ, crossover, processing and system protection, the DX0.5 2x6 speaker processor provides complete optimization for both passive and powered loudspeaker systems.
Each input and output is loaded with a wide range of digital processing including flexible EQ, crossover, delay and limiting solutions. It delivers everything needed to professionally optimize loudspeaker systems of nearly any size.
The DX0.5 utilizes high-end 24-bit AKM® AD/DA converters with 120dB dynamic range for class-leading sound quality. With 24 memory locations, users can recall CDD pre-set files via the front panel, or using the free software application and front panel USB, users can define and store their own settings. With simple I/O routing and configuration, the DX0.5 is an ultra-flexible processor, ideal for a wide range of portable and installed applications.
In addition, Martin Audio has also announced the availability of EASE® data for the six CDD models which can be downloaded from their Loudspeaker Measurement Data web page in the support tab: https://martin-audio.com/softtech/easedata/
David Morbey, Martin Audio Product Manager, said, "CDD has taken the install market by storm and we wanted to ensure everything was in place to make life easier for consultants and installers. DX0.5 provides an affordable turnkey management system for the range while the availability of EASE data provides essential tools for system room design."
EASE® is a registered trademark of AFMG Technologies GmbH.
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About Martin Audio®
Founded by audio engineer David Martin in 1971, Martin Audio pioneered the use of all-horn-loaded bass designs in world-class touring loudspeaker systems for groups such as Pink Floyd, ELP and Supertramp. Located outside of London, Martin Audio now embodies a sophisticated mix of acoustic design, research, mathematical modeling and software engineering for a wide range of products in the installation, cinema and touring sound markets.