dbx by HARMAN Professional Introduces CX Series Loudspeaker Control Systems for China

HARMAN Professional Solutions, the global leader in audio, video, lighting and control, has introduced a dbx CX Series loudspeaker control systems for the Chinese market.

Ideal for rental companies, hospitality venues, houses of worship, touring artists and corporate A/V and education markets, the CX Series provides all of the processing necessary to get the most out of sound systems while ensuring safe, stable operation.

Full-featured, multichannel systems offer a comprehensive suite of digital tools. Each input and output channel features dedicated 6-band parametric EQ; limiter; compressor; delays; and Butterworth, Bessel, Linkwitz-Riley and 12/18/24/36 dB/octave filters while internal 96kHz/24-bit resolution with 32-bit floating-point processing ensures pristine audio quality.

The front-panel features include a bright, backlit LCD screen with intuitive editing controls for fast, easy deployment. Input and output channel LED indicators display system status at a glance; each channel includes level indicators and a dedicated mute button.

A USB port connects to a PC to provide access to a full-featured GUI for comprehensive control of all hardware parameters. Units are designed for fast deployment and simple operation, with 30 built-in presets and access to downloadable JBL loudspeaker presets.

“Touring artists and rental companies customise sound systems for a range of venues and spaces so they need a loudspeaker-management solution that meets diverse acoustic requirements while commercial facilities often share common system configurations in many spaces,” says Daryl Wong, HARMAN Director of Professional Product Development, China Division.

“With the CX Series, system designers can take advantage of the fidelity we’re famous for, in a family of intuitive, affordable loudspeaker management systems offering digital processing, routing and tuning to protect their equipment while delivering the best sound possible in any scenario.”