ControlSpace ESP processors can be configured using ControlSpace Designer software
Bose is now shipping its new ControlSpace engineered sound processors: ESP-880A, ESP-880AD, ESP-1240A and ESP-1240AD. The ‘A’ designation indicates Bose AmpLink connectivity, while the ‘AD’ designation indicates both AmpLink and Dante connectivity. They feature analogue audio I/O – mic and line level – and advanced signal processing with 48kHz/24-bit audio conversion, low latency and ultra-low noise operation. In addition, the ESP-880AD and ESP-1240AD feature front-panel RJ45 Ethernet connection for localised configuration and monitoring.
ControlSpace ESP processors can be configured using ControlSpace Designer software and its signal processing modules, including automatic mic mixers, predictive feedback suppressors, room combiners, multiband graphic and parametric EQs, Bose loudspeaker libraries, signal generators, routers, mixers, AGCs, duckers, gates, compressors, source selectors and delays. Each processor also supports integration with industry-standard control systems, such as Crestron and AMX.
The processors are compatible with Bose’s three digital ControlCenter controllers: the CC-1D, CC-2D and CC-3D. They also work with the ControlSpace Remote app, which allows end-users to adjust volume, mute, tone and source selection from their mobile devices.