EAW has launched an update for its Resolution software to provide its Adaptive series with three new features. Resolution v2.3 delivers spatial equalisation, improved air loss compensation and preset recall functionality to the loudspeaker range.
The spatial equalisation feature enables users to EQ particular parts of the loudspeaker coverage by selecting the audience areas that they wish to adjust. This has been designed to save time during set up and due to the high transducer resolution of the Adaptive systems, the function reportedly offers greater precision and accuracy when compared to traditional mechanically-articulated line arrays that only allow entire zones to be adjusted.
The new air loss compensation algorithm, designed especially for the Adaptive series, is described as generating greater high-frequency throw while also improving HF consistency throughout an entire venue. It facilitates the optimisation of a system’s HF response, offering up to 12dB of extended HF energy at distances of more than 90m.
Allowing users to store and recall system presets via Resolution, the new preset recall function saves and sets different coverage and voicing settings for different applications that are used on a repetitive basis.