Martin Audio's updated software for the popular DX0.5 system management controller adds the ability to create a single project file with up to 24 presets.
Specifically developed to partner Martin Audio's new CDD installation range, the DX0.5 adds affordable loudspeaker system management to the existing range of DX loudspeaker controllers.
The success of CDD has helped drive demand for the DX0.5, making it the most popular controller this year for Martin Audio with just a few months of sales under its belt.
Now, Martin Audio has announced updated software for the DX0.5, with v1.0.3 now available. This latest release adds the ability to create project files with a single file containing up to 24 presets. This means that users do not have to load one at a time; alternatively, it can be used to ‘back-up' an entire unit, which is useful for any installer that wants to keep a record of default settings at a venue.
The update package includes a new SW installer, updated user guide and project files for CDD (to reinstall the factory defaults) as well as support for its portable loudspeaker range, Blackline+.
David Morbey, Martin Audio Product Manager, said, "CDD has taken the install market by storm, and the DX0.5 provides an affordable turnkey management system for the range, with this latest software release making life even easier for the installer. Extending its user friendliness to our Blackline+ range will further drive demand for this controller."
The new software can be downloaded from https://martin-audio.com/software/software
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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.