AtlasIED recently announced a significant equity stake in Germany-based loudspeaker manufacturer Aimline and has introduced new Aimline Series ALXD and ALXP digitally steerable and passive column array loudspeakers, both of which made their debut at the recent 2024 ISE Show in Barcelona.
Since its founding in 2015 in Warendorf, Germany, Aimline has launched a range of digitally steerable loudspeakers. Additionally, the company developed models that incorporate Power of Ethernet (PoE).
The ALXD Series comprises seven models offering digital beam steering and Dante audio networking as standard. The series includes the ALXD 4, 8, 24, 32, 40, and 48 models, and each is named based on the number of DSP channels/traducers included per model. Meanwhile, the ALXP Series of passive column arrays, including the ALXP 4, 8, 12, and 16 models, are designed to provide controlled dispersion in acoustically challenging environments. Both series can cascade vertically with the same model to build arrays of various lengths.
“As we explore ways to expand our portfolio with additional premium products, Aimline was one company whose products and technology stood out to us for their elegant design but also their excellent quality and performance,” says Matt Czyzewski, executive vice president of AtlasIED. “Our investment in Aimline allows us to immediately offer customers excellent quality steerable loudspeakers for use in a range of applications.”
The AtlasIED Aimline loudspeakers are expected to be available at the end of Q1 2024.