Bosch's Communications Systems Division announced the release of IRIS-Net V2.1.1 software.
- Improved communication to RCM-810-equipped amplifiers (Electro-Voice CPS Series amplifiers (CPS2.4, CPS2.6, CPS2.9, CPS2.12, CPS4.5, CPS4.10, and CPS8.5) when connected directly to N8000 hardware.
- 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.
- 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.
For more information, check out www.boschcommunications.com.
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