Known throughout the country for the outstanding quality of its concert performances across classical, folk, jazz and world music, the purpose-built 300-seat concert hall at Wiltshire Music Centre has recently undergone a major upgrade to its audio systems in partnership with Autograph Sales & Installations, who utilised IPD Series amplifiers in their system design.
Lab.gruppen has announced a range of optional accessories designed to enhance the utility and cost-effectiveness of LUCIA compact installation amplifiers.
Recently, when some of the University’s auditoriums needed audio systems, Klartext-Gruppe offered and installed a technically advanced system design, well within budget, that utilised Lab.gruppen’s new LUCIA amplifiers to great effect.
Lab.gruppen has announced the latest release of its IntelliDrive Controller software for its DSP-enabled 1U amplifier platform, IPD Series. This latest software release – Version 1.2.8 – sees a number of key improvements being delivered to the end user.
Martin Andersson is the Product Manager for Lab.gruppen. In this short video interview at our home in Kungsbacka, Sweden, we talk to Martin about IPD Series, our 1U amplifier platform that features analog and AES3 digital inputs, supercharged on-board DSP with a feature set and processing power rivalling high-priced standalone digital audio processors, and Ethernet-based networking for monitoring and control by a computer running the intuitive IntelliDrive Controller software. Watch the video here…
Klas Dalbjorn is the Product Research Manager for Lab.gruppen, based out of our headquarters in Kungsbacka, Sweden. We sat down with Klas recently to go over a series of frequently asked questions regarding our latest amplifier platform, LUCIA. Watch the video here…