Bose Augments Dante-Enabled ControlSpace Processor Line

At the ISE show in Amsterdam, Bose expanded its range of ControlSpace Dante products.

Bose is one of the most famous names in audio. In addition to its line of consumer audio products, also offers an extensive line of professional audio products.

At the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) show in Amsterdam, Bose announced several new product additions to its ControlSpace series.

Bose says the Dante-enabled line of products now includes the ESP-1600 engineered sound processor, EP22-D and EP40-D endpoints, and the WP22B-D and WP22BU-D wall plates, and the company says these new products are capable of handling a variety of installation scenarios to allow dealers to meet any number of client needs.

The ControlSpace ESP-1600 engineered sound processor extends the line of Bose fixed I/O with as many as 16 analog inputs and it incorporates a built-in ESPLink output that transmits eight digital audio channels to one or more of Bose’s PowerMatch amplifiers with Dante cards.

The new Dante endpoints are designed to complement the other ControlSpace ESP and PowerMatch products, and it points out that dealers can mix and match these products through its ControlSpace Designer software tools.

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