[Musikmesse] Turbosound MI5 & MI8
Turbosound will bring new loudspeaker products to the market this year at Prolight+Sound / Musikmesse, to be held at the Frankfurt Messe from March 24 to 27, 2010.
Turbosound will introduce the Milan MI5 digitally self-powered 15" 2-way loudspeaker and matching Milan MI8 18" 1kW digitally powered subwoofer, together with a new multi-purpose Compact loudspeaker range equally suited to portable or fixed installation applications, according to the company, as well as the four-channel Class D RACK-DP50 withUSB or network-controlled DSP processing platform, on stand G40, Hall 8.0 with its German pro-audio distributor Mega Audio GmbH.
The Milan series incorporates proprietary technology found in Turbosound's concert touring products and is designed with musicians, DJs and small installs in mind. Milan features Class D amplifiers with DSP. Milan's two-channel onboard mixer is designed to accommodate a range of dynamic microphones and line level sources, and to provide a flexible platform from which to extend system capability without the need for external mixers.
For more information, visit www.turbosound.com.
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