Bosch Communications Systems IRIS-Net v2.x

IRIS-Net v2.x, Tuner from Bosch Communications Systems.

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IRIS-Net V2.1.1

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Bosch's Communications Systems Division announced the release of IRIS-Net V2.1.1 software.

It features additions such as two-, three-, four-, and five-way FIR-Drive DSP blocks for NetMax, while a newly added Scene Manager is designed to provide a new level of customization for control and recall of DSP parameters within NetMax. Also included are Additional User Controls and DSP Object Template Dialogs. Additionally, IRIS-Net V2.1.1 now provides up to 64 Control Layers.
Hardware updates
  • The Electro-Voice REV (UHF wireless microphone system) now also can be connected to the PC using an Electro-Voice N8000 System Controller as the interface.
Software Updates Electro-Voice N8000 Improvements and Additions:
  • DSP block-specific presets (Scenes) are now available in addition to existing global presets. Individual parameters of the DSP structure can be included or excluded from storage or recall.
  • Multi-way FIR Controllers are now available — two-, three-, four-, and five-way, both mono and stereo options are available.
  • Low-latency CobraNet options, including 2.26 mS and 1.13 mS options. vN8000 Superblock library can now be viewed and edited via the new Matrix -> Superblocks IRIS-Net menu.
  • New User Controls added.
  • New IIR and FIR Loudspeaker settings libraries and menu structure for all DSP devices.
  • Additional DSP Templates are now available for Groups and Pushbuttons Properties Menus.

Minimum System Requirements:
  • Processor: Intel Pentium III 1 GHz or equivalent (better is recommended)*
  • OS: Windows 2000, XP or Vista (32 Bit versions only, Vista users: see installation note)
  • RAM: 512 MB (more is recommended)
  • Hard Disk: 300 MB of free space
  • Video: 1024x768, High Color (16 Bit)
  • Network: Ethernet port and/or 1 USB port per 100 amplifiers
  • Intel-based Apple computers are only supported when running the specified Windows OS natively under Boot Camp. Virtualization, such as that offered by VMware or Parallels, is not officially supported.

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