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Lake has announced the availability of version 5.3 of the Lake Controller software with accompanying new firmware for the Lab.gruppen PLM Series Powered Loudspeaker Management systems.

Version 5.3 supposedly brings several new features along with increased performance and stability, and can be used by all existing Dolby Lake Processor users as well as operators of PLM Series products.

The new Lake Controller software is designed to add functionality to set the profile for the PLM’s ISVPL (Inter-Sample Voltage Peak Limiter). The profile tunes the ISVPL limiter to be optimized for different frequency bands. By tailoring attack and release times for ISVPL, different frequency bands sonic performance can be increased, according to Lake. The Sub/LF profile adds punch and tightness to all sub and low frequency bands. The Sub/LF profile is recommended for all bands with a low pass of 300 Hz and below. The Universal profile is recommended for all other bands.

This release also adds BETA support for Dante in 48 kHz sampling frequency mode, providing PLM compatibility with other Dante 48 kHz products.

Lake Controller 5.3 includes LoadLibrary 2.0 which is updated with ISVPL profiles for all presets. Also new in this LoadLibrary version are added presets suitable for EAW MW15, JFL210 and KF737 as well as new fingerprints suitable for Adamson Y18 and JBL VRX932LA.  The fingerprints suitable for EAW SB1000, EAW MW12 and Adamson T21 have been updated.

Version 5.3 is available for download by registered users at http://www.labgruppen.com/support/software_firmware
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