Behringer has announced the availability of several new products. The new XENYX Q Series USB mixers come in configurations ranging from five to 24 inputs, and feature Behringer’s XENYX microphone preamp. Sound shaping for any input signal is provided by ‘British’ EQs, while select models feature switchable phantom power plus dedicated wireless-ready integration for Behringer’s upcoming ULM Series digital wireless microphones. Other features include built in USB/audio interfaces, one knob mono channel compressors and Klark Teknik FX engines.
The company is also now shipping its Eurolive B115D and B115MP3 active two-way loudspeakers. The new systems feature an integrated dual-channel mixer with two-band EQ, built-in sound processor and 1000 Watts of Class-D bi-amplification. They have a unique enclosure design that allows them to be pole-mounted, stacked, or placed horizontally for floor monitor wedge applications. A dedicated USB-style 3.0 input provides integration with Behringer’s upcoming Ultralink Series wireless microphones. Both speakers have custom-engineered 15-inch long-excursion LF drivers and a 1.35-inch aluminium diaphragm compression driver. The B115MP3 has a fully addressable embedded MP3 player.
Finally, now available for download is the Eurocom AX Series Amplifier Control Software. AX Remote Connect V1.1 allows integrators to set up, control and monitor all Eurocom AX Series DSP models with a local PC, via the front panel USB connector or remotely over a network via the rear panel Ethernet port. A front panel LCD display also allows set up and adjustments directly at the amplifier, without the need for a PC. AX Remote Connect V1.1 also allows full access to the AX Series onboard test section, which includes pink noise, white noise and a fixed/sweeping sine wave generator.