Peavey Commercial Audio claims that its MediaMatrix Claro meeting and conference processor can be configured by novice users with ease, and it’ll be hoping to prove its point at ISE 2017.

According to Peavy, Claro uses a DSP engine and software that has been engineered with simplicity and flexibility in mind. It says that novice users are capable of configuring complex audio path routing, dynamic processing and expanded control with no manual required.

Installers will be able to put those claims to the test at ISE 2017, with the Claro meeting and conference processor set to be on display on the company’s stand. It features 12 balanced microphone/line level inputs with eight line outputs, plus a telephony POTS RJ-11 connection.

Control and configuration of Claro can be done from any smart device or computer using a web browser supporting HTML-5 over a local network or from the new MediaMatrix nTouch-180 and kiosk-180 controller touchscreens.

Additionally, Claro’s back panel features multiple connection ports for interfacing and controlling third party devices such as motorised projection screens, data projectors, presentation monitors plus lighting and HVAC control. Users also benefit from 12 DLIO (Digital Logic Input / Output) connections, RS-485 and RS-232 ports plus built-in GBit network switch for external control and future expansion.

James Kennedy, operations manager for Peavey Commercial Audio EMEA, notes: “Claro has been designed and crafted with ease of use in mind for installers and end-users alike. Claro is a fixed and compiled engine which doesn’t rely on the conventional software approach, instead Claro serves up web pages for intuitive control and configuration accessible from a web browser. We believe this approach will simplify the installation process saving our customers valuable time and money.”

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