Tannoy QFlex rangeTannoy has announced advances and updates to QFlex digital beam steering loudspeaker array, bringing installers and integrators a greater level of functionality and available options for set-up commissioning.

Qflex now ships with onboard Voiced Steering Presets, allowing users to select between two Steering Files so that the system may be optimised to a changing acoustic environment using two complementary configurations. This could be used, for example, where a grand ballroom may be sub-divided into smaller conference rooms, or in large house of worship that serves both a full-size congregation and smaller audience zoning.

Tannoy has also announced a Gang-Loading feature, which makes it possible to load multiple steering files into a single QFlex column, with master and any associated slave devices updated automatically. Where a large scale QFlex network in a major transportation hub might have more than 200 QFlex devices, this functionality would save time during commissioning. With a similar focus on large-scale applications, the new VNet-Ethernet interface allows installers to use the Tannoy’s VNet network over Ethernet, making QFlex easier to deploy in very large scale or complex networks such as a railway station or airport terminal. In addition, an update to the VNet Software (podware) improves GUI and adding a new level of functionality and improved layout.

Another significant update will be released with the forthcoming integration of QFlex BeamEngine with Ease Focus, allowing modelling and set up to be achieved within the one programme.

To complement QFlex and other VNet enabled loudspeakers, Tannoy has announced a new range of subwoofers, VSXNet.

Available in 12.2BP, 15DR and 18DR variants, all VSXNet models are powered, network enabled subwoofers, designed to satisfy a specific requirement for applications where an installed VNet system needs to deliver more low-frequency response is required.

‘Having established QFlex as the solution of choice in major transportation hubs in the UK and abroad, Tannoy has used that experience and developed a range of important updates to address the specific needs of large scale network applications,’ says Tannoy Product Manager, Stuart Archibald. ‘These new developments add to an already extensive feature set and underline Tannoy’s ongoing commitment to be at the forefront of the steerable and architectural audio market. This superior innovation, unbeatable sonic clarity and overall user experience make QFlex the most compelling choice for any application where intelligibility in a reverberant space is a paramount concern.’

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