Tannoy, Audica, Lab.gruppen and Lake at InfoComm

InfoComm 2012 will see a number of firsts, with Tannoy demonstrating its new VLS Series passive column loudspeakers for the first time

May 22, 2012


USA - Tannoy, Audica, Lab.gruppen and Lake will be exhibiting together again at InfoComm 2012, taking place between 13-15 June at the Las Vegas Convention Centre.

InfoComm 2012 will see a number of firsts, with Tannoy demonstrating its new VLS Series passive column loudspeakers for the first time. VLS Series is the first Tannoy product to incorporate FAST (Focussed Asymmetrical Shaping Technology).

Visitors to the show will also get an exclusive first opportunity to find out about Tannoy's new VSX Series subwoofer line - being unveiled in the demo room.

Leading the charge for Lab.gruppen will be its latest install-centric amplifier range, E Series, which was previewed at last year's InfoComm, well in advance of its official launch. Lab.gruppen will also exhibit its PLM Series (which incorporates Lake Processing technology) alongside the Lake LM 44 (another debut at InfoComm), the new standalone Digital Audio System Processor from Lake.

On the touring sound front, Lake will be showing the latest iteration of its Lake Controller digital audio processing environment - now at version 6.

Audica Professional will be demonstrating its full range of MICROseries electronics and loudspeakers, designed to offer style and flexibility for background music, commercial AV and audio communication applications.

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