Yamaha has announced an upgrade system to its Active Field Control (AFC) acoustic enhancement system. features significant upgrades in DSP processing and hardware. When combined with optimally placed microphones and loudspeakers, AFC4 operators can greatly enhance or create any acoustic environment, even in an outdoor or roofless venue.

Yamaha Active Field Control‘With our experience in designing numerous performance spaces, Yamaha has unique insights into the nature and behaviour of sound creation and acoustics,’ says Yamaha Professional Audio division Systems Design Engineer, Joe Rimstidt. ‘By combining our collective knowledge in these areas to develop the new AFC4 system, it is possible to create incredibly natural and immersive acoustic experiences for both audiences and performers. We look forward to the exciting possibilities that the future holds for the AFC4 acoustic enhancement system.’

Released in 1985, Active Field Control was developed in response to the growing number of facilities adopting a multi-purpose use strategy and designed to help venue operators broaden the types of acoustic performance configurations that they could offer. Providing a cost-effective and flexible alternative to more expensive and time-consuming physical renovations, AFC allows venue operators to quickly configure different acoustic characteristics for a space, without compromising its original sonic performance.

More: www.yamahaproaudio.com

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