IK Multimedia Announces ARC Promotion
IK Multimedia announced a limited time promotion. From the 1st January until February 28th 2009, ARC System will be available for the price of €379.99 ex VAT, with a crossgrade price of only €299.99 ex VAT.
In addition, users registering ARC system by January 31st 2009 will also receive one free software download of their choice as part of IK’s recently extended “Million Installations Celebration” promotion.
ARC System (Advanced Room Correction System) is a combination of a measurement microphone, measurement software, and a multi-platform plug-in that can be integrated with any DAW-based studio. Using Audyssey’s MultEQ™ technology, ARC is designed to correct the distortion caused by room acoustics and to improve how a studio sounds. ARC System workswith both Mac® and Windows® computers.
Price & Availability
Until 28th February 2009, ARC System can be purchased for an SRP of just €379.99 ex VAT. A crossgrade version for all IK registered users is also available at the reduced price of €299.99 (for savings of up to €160 off the usual prices, according to IK). ARC System is available from IK’s network of dealers and distributors, and the IK online store.
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