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Bosch Communications Systems Announces The Availability Of New IRIS-Net V2.0
IRIS-Net V2.0 brings EV's FIR-Drive technology to the fore. FIR-Drive combines transducer development, FIR processing, and optimized DSP protection algorithms
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One of the control screens for new Bosch IRIS-Net V2.0 (Take our Photo Gallery tour to see more of the capabilities of IRISNet, including configurations from ongoing concerts and tours.)

Product Tour - New Bosch IRIS-Net V2.0 Software (9 photos)
A look at new Bosch IRIS-Net V2.0, a unified software package supporting DSP design, device control, custom user interface creation, and system integration
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Bosch Communications Systems has just announced the release of IRIS-Net V2.0, a unified software package supporting DSP design, device control, custom user interface creation, and system integration spanning multiple Bosch Communications Systems brands.

IRIS-Net V2.0 continues to expand IRIS-Net’s array of features by adding new devices such as Electro-Voice REV wireless microphones.

IRIS-Net V2.0 also brings EV’s FIR-Drive technology to the fore. FIR-Drive combines transducer development, FIR processing, and optimized DSP protection algorithms to create a holistic approach to system development.

IRIS-Net V2.0 provides additional FIR-Drive controllers, a new peak anticipation limiter, and brand-new loudspeaker settings for EV concert sound products.

The latest version of IRIS-Net also includes the following features and additions:

Software Additions and Enhancements
Enhanced software installation process for improved compatibility with Windows Vista. Selection of brands and/or devices possible via new Device Options dialog (Dialog is automatically shown when IRIS-Net is started the first time).

Support of .PNG and .JPEG file formats for use in Controls, User Controls and project graphics.

A completely restructured Help System now formatted as a User Manual in PDF format. Modified Object List for easier use and navigation.

NetMax Additions and Enhancements
DSP block FIR Controller (mono and stereo version) containing complete DSP structure of an RCM-26 output channel. Use of all current RCM-26 speaker settings is possible.

The Electro-Voice N8000 System Controller now also supports the following remote amplifiers when using the RCM-810 remote control module: Electro-Voice CPS series amplifiers (CPS2.4, CPS2.6, CPS2.9, CPS2.12, CPS4.5, CPS4.10 and CPS8.5) DSP block Loudspeaker Controller now uses Peak Anticipation Limiter instead of RCM Limiter.

Password protection of DSP blocks possible via context menu. Non-Administrator users are no longer able to edit the DSP structure.

Other Hardware Additions and Enhancements
New device Electro-Voice REV (UHF wireless microphone system) is available (Currently the REV receivers can only be connected to the PC using a UCC1). Peak Anticipation limiter available for RCM-26 amplifiers (firmware update of RCM-26 to version V1.13 required), fully compatible with existing speaker settings.

New Loudspeaker Settings (including FIR filter settings) and files for Electro-Voice and Dynacord loudspeakers (check directory “Speaker Settings/Electro-Voice” or “Speaker Settings/Dynacord” for details).

IRIS-Net V2.0 is currently available for download at http://irisnet.electrovoice.com


System Requirements
Processor: Intel Pentium III 1 GHz or equivalent (more is recommended)
OS: Windows 2000, XP, or Vista (32-bit versions only)
RAM: 512 MB (more is recommended)
Hard Disk: 300MB of free space
Video: 1024x768, High Color (16-bit)
Network: Ethernet port and/or 1 USB port per 100 amplifiers

Bosch Communications Website

 



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