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Audac extends the message

Audac extends the message
ATEO2S

Audac extends the message

Audac enhances the ATEO2 click-and-play compact loudspeaker solution

Audac has further enhanced and developed the ATEO2 click-and-play compact loudspeaker solution. The ATEO2S wall models incorporate the ClickMount mounting system, which is specifically designed to simplify mounting the speakers in corners. With ClickMount technology, a speaker cabinet clicks onto its mounting bracket either horizontally or vertically via a 6.3mm jack connector. Following installation, the angle can be adjusted by using the bracket arm, allowing the 2-inch aluminium cone driver speaker to be inclined in any direction. Designed for various fixed indoor applications including residential environments, retail spaces and offices, the ATEO2S blends into its surroundings with the aim of creating a subtle but effective solution. Bundling both the speaker and mounting system together, a ceiling-mount bracket can be used where walls are not suitable. Housed in ABS and finished in either black or white, the 10W RMS model is available in 8Ω and 16Ω variants and both incorporate an internal self-resetting network for optimal overload protection.

Touchlink technology
Touchlink technology

Designed to create virtual zones by linking multiple TouchLink compatible devices with each other, the Belgian manufacturer has integrated TouchLink technology into the AMP203 Dante mini stereo amplifier. Within the Audac Touch 2 app, multiple devices or amplifier channels can be selected to operate as one zone. When they are virtually linked, all devices or amplifier channels with the same TouchLink assigned zone follow the same settings, including volume, input and muting. A wall panel physically connected to one of the linked devices can automatically control them all.

Additionally, a number of software updates are now available for download, including v1.13.1 for the MMP40 media player and recorder. The module can now support iTunes AAC M4A files and hosts a synchronised display and web folder order. The MTX professional modular audio system and MTX zone matrix have also been updated with a number of enhancements with respective v1.5.4 and v3.2 introductions.



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