StormAudio unveils its newest ISP Core 16, the newest addition to its acclaimed processors, during their online product launch conference. During the conference, StormAudio also announced the AoIP AES67 options for the ISP MK2 range.
ISP Core 16 is based on the award-winning StormAudio ISP MK2 platform. The preamplifier/processor gives consumers a more compact and accessible option delivering StormAudio’s signature functionality and performance. The product supports up to 16 channels with the power to decode all the latest immersive formats and most post-processing.
All functionalities can be easily accessed by extensive control options including iOS and Android remote control apps and all major home automation providers. The advanced color display on the front panel allows integrators to troubleshoot any HDMI and codec issues.
Their flagship sustainable ISP MK1 and MK2 platform is getting expanded with the addition of an AoIP AES67 option. The new module will make the processors compatible with the increasing demands for AoIP applications in other fields. The module supports up to 32 channel inputs and outputs.
Other features StormAudio announced include the StormRemote Mobile allowing end-users to easily control their ISP processors. StormXT engine works in conjunction with existing up-mixing algorithms to extract relevant audio signals from nearby speakers, redirecting them to unused speakers to make full use of all speakers.
More information will be released later this year. To keep up to date with new information, visit StormAudio’s website.
This Article was first published by AV Nation.