MSE Audio Now Shipping SoundTube STNet Pendent Speakers
New Additions are IP-Addressable and Dante-Enabled.
MSE Audio, parent company of SoundTube Entertainment, Soundsphere, dARTS, Phase Technology, Induction Dynamics, SolidDrive, and Rockustics, is now shipping STNet IP enabled Pendant speakers.
The first pendants in the industry with Dante capability, the IPD-RS62-EZ and IPD-RS82-EZ use SoundTube’s BroadBeam Ring high-frequency dispersion technology for clear, understandable messaging and music over a wide area, even off-axis from the speakers. The high-power IPD-HP82-EZ uses a BroadBeam HP compression driver with waveguide for use in rooms with extra high ceilings. Applications for STNet pendants include any facility with high or open ceilings, such as houses of worship, schools, hotels, meeting spaces, bars, and restaurants.
All speakers will be available in a black or white (paintable) finish. Hanging hardware is included.
They may be used with SoundTube’s ST-Net Switch, offering up to 40 watts PoE to each speaker, or with standard PoE or PoE+ switches. With digital signals plus power sent directly to the speakers via standard category cable, SoundTube’s STNet bi-amped pendant speakers are DSP managed with the crossover, time correction and EQ all done in the digital domain and because they are on the Dante platform they are interoperable with a host of other products worldwide.
“With the addition of pendant speakers to our line we now cover most installed audio applications with a Dante endpoint to endpoint solution,” said Laura Waldon, president for MSE Audio. “Our IPD Speaker Series now includes IP-addressable, Dante-enabled capability in in-ceiling, surface mount, and pendant form factors.”