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globcon partnership brings control software platform to XTA and MC2

globcon partnership brings control software platform to XTA and MC2

globcon partnership brings control software platform to XTA and MC2

XTA and MC2 have announced a major collaboration with globcon alongside the launch of two new multichannel installation amplifiers. globcon is a global control software platform for the management of professional entertainment production equipment that already controls Direct.Out products. XTA, MC2 and globcon have partnered to produce a new software control module for XTA DPA and MC2 Delta DSP amplifiers that allows MC2 and XTA amps to be monitored and controlled along with Direct.Out products and the Rational Acoustics Smaart measurement system.

This will enable XTA and MC2 users the benefit of control via PCs and Macs, multiple window control and floating faders. The XTA/ MC2 grouping system gets a major upgrade as well, adding a cross point matrix for quick group assignment and group spill feature allowing an engineer to drill down quickly to individual members of groups.

Aside from the control software, MC2 Audio has launched two new amplifier models, the i-64 and i-68, aimed at satisfying the needs of contractors requiring quick rear-panel configuration of 70/100V line sources. Low impedance and bridging means the same models are able to cover subs in clubs, ceiling loudspeakers or high-end residential cinema requirements. They deliver scalable power with changes in load of 325W@8Ω, 650W@4Ω and 750W@ 2.7Ω, with 500W@100V and 600W@70V. The models have universal power supplies, barrier strip speaker outputs and phoenix-type analogue inputs, while integration is made possible with GPIO for control and monitoring by a third-party control system or simply a remote switch. Load monitoring, a Dante option and an auto-sleep mode complete the feature set.

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