DSM-48LAN and DSM-26LAN
are professional digital speaker management systems of high power capability with state-of-the-art DSP processors and digital converters.
These systems combine active crossover network, parametric equalizer, delay, RMS compressor and peak limiter in one unit. Thus, they are powerful tools in order to control every important feature necessary for a perfect speaker management in PA applications or for developing active speaker systems.
Features and settings can be adjusted individually for each input and output channel. This is easily done directly at the unit or via the intuitive graphic user interface which can be accessed via PC, MAC or iPad. The connection is established via USB, LAN or WLAN (connection to a router is required). The DSP software is compatible with the MEGA-DSP, DSM-26LAN, DSM-48LAN and STA-1000DSP.
Digital speaker management system
Input (data for each channel)
Output (data for each channel)
“For general indoor PA applications and smaller function rooms, the use of one DSM-26LAN may already be sufficient. However, it is also possible to combine several DSM-48LAN devices to create large-scale PA concepts. You can greatly benefit from an easy operation and with a well-structured control, it is almost intuitively to use. Thanks to the iOS app, it is also possible to optimise the sound directly in the audience area during your soundcheck. The features meet all expectations and more which has previously only been possible by far more expensive controllers.”
“Yet another impressive top-level product from the Bremen-based trading company. The controller DSM-48LAN from IMG Stage Line can certainly be recommended. ... it can be used for multi-way monitor applications and last but not least for unlimited high-end audio applications at home due to good mearsuring values.”
32-bit applications, including the current version of the DSP controller, are no longer supported under the MacOS version 10.15 (Catalina). The controller software is currently being updated for 64-bit MacOS Catalina. Users of older MacOS versions as well as Windows users are not affected by this change.
Apple's announcement will give you further information on the change to 64-bit technology.