Powersoft had many reasons to reflect on a comprehensively successful outing at
this year’s Frankfurt Prolight+Sound earlier this month.

On the booth they provided a first showcase for their new MiniMod 4 and LiteMod
4HC the latest in their market-leading range of power modules, which have become
the engines for so many active OEM loudspeaker systems over the years.

These new releases attracted interest from both new and existing OEM partners,
who expressed a strong desire to adopt the new modules in their upcoming

With the impending release of the latest version of Armonia Pro Audio Suite, the
daily training sessions proved extremely popular. These focused on the latest
implementations, and in particular the new Powersoft Interactive Tuning, and the
many attendees were all impressed with the Smaart plugin within the Armonia

Meanwhile, Powersoft’s M-Force technology continues to create increased
awareness, as a result of which the company has launched a dedicated website
http://mforce.powersoft.it. This features the logos of brands who have designed
loudspeaker enclosures around M-Force solutions that are ready for shipment. Other
brands will be added to the website when their products are ready.

Away from the shop floor the inaugural Mondo*dr Awards saw Parc Olympique
Lyonnais, constructed as a host venue for Euro 2016 at a cost of £340m, pick up the
award for Best Sporting Venue. Not only is it one of the most energy-efficient billed
as France’s first “connected’ 2.0 stadium, it is arguably the most advanced facility
in Europe. And the entire stadium PA system is driven by Powersoft Ottocanali 8-
channel amplifiers.

And on the subject of awards, rAVe Publications – the AV news organisation that
reports on the HomeAV, ProAV, Rental and Staging, Education and Digital Signage
Industries – has awarded the new Quattrocanali best amplifier product at the recent
ISE Show in Amsterdam.