Myanmar at the forefront of audio technology with XLC line-array system
Specifying a line-array loudspeaker system can be a challenge in a relatively unknown market. But In Myanmar, Pink Khine Zin Co Ltd took that challenge and specified an XLC line-array loudspeaker system from Electro-Voice for a local event company. This is no ordinary system: it includes the first order placed in Asia for TG amplifiers equipped with the newly launched RCM-28 module with OMNEO networking technology. The main XLC127 DVX line-array elements are supported by Tour X 1152FM floor monitors.
With OMNEO networking technology, the RCM-28 devices were easy to set up and configure within minutes via IRIS-Net control and supervision software, and allow users to forgo the traditional assigning of various IP addresses for individual pieces of equipment in the network. The FIR (Finite Impulse Response) filters from the RCM-28 produces superb sound quality without the need to tweak any parameters. This all adds up to provide groundbreaking system power management and performance, unprecedented efficiency, and pristine audio quality – an investment that will keep the customer on the leading edge for years to come.
Application Support for EV/Dynacord Asia Pacific, Ronnie Lai commented: “The RCM-28s were my first choice for this system, as having onboard DSP in the amplifier allows much greater versatility during operations – large systems can essentially be broken down into smaller systems, allowing the user to deploy their inventory more effectively. This negates the need for offboard DSP hardware, and system reliability is improved as a result of less cabling between equipment.”