Renowned for their remarkable sensitivity in the vocal range, the V10P will take
centre stage in show’s “pop up’ Studio Theatre (PBS). Accompanied by Y7s, V-SUBs,
E6s and E8s all powered by the flagship D80, whilst the V7P will take pride of place
on the d&b stand no. A54.
Live Performance Masterclasses will take place in the PBS, a unique opportunity for
aspiring technicians to get practical insights into the everyday challenges facing
production teams in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The Education and
Application Support team at d&b GB – always ready to go back to basics, or share
their latest experiments – will be offering sessions on choosing the right
loudspeakers and tuning a system using d&b ArrayCalc.
Meanwhile the d&b DS10 Audio network bridge will also make its ABTT debut on the
d&b stand. Released earlier this year, the DS10 is the first d&b device to be
positioned before the amplifiers in the signal chain. Designed specifically with the
d&b workflow in mind, each 1RU device can output up to sixteen Dante network
channels via AES3 and features an integrated 5-port switch, offering redundant
networks for the Dante protocol, as well as advanced networking modes.
Installation specific xS-Series will also feature on the stand and passive cardioid
columns of the xC-Series. These loudspeakers will be joined by 10D and 30D
installation amplifiers, specially tailored for permanent applications.
The d&b stand is an ideal opportunity for visitors to join the dots of the industry
trusted d&b Workflow; workstations will present the impressive prediction potential
of d&b ArrayCalc and its effortless integration with R1 Remote control software
along with the chance to take a tour of the far field noise emission modelling
software, d&b NoizCalc.
“ABTT is a great opportunity to see what’s happening across the theatre industry,’
commented Gianni Abruzzese, Commercial Manager at d&b GB. “Once again we’re
looking forward to offering our support and bringing people up to date with the d&b
solutions that matter most to them.’