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HARMAN’S BSS Audio today introduced control and monitoring
for additional Crown amplifiers with the release of HiQnet London Architect™ v3.06. 
This latest release of the popular configuration, control and monitoring software
for the Soundweb™ London family of networked signal processors now provides control
and monitoring for select parameters of the Crown CTs 4200/8200, Macro-Tech i,and
CTs amplifiers with USP4-CN PIP Module.
HARMAN HiQnet™, the connectivity and control protocol, has long facilitated tight
integration between BSS Audio and Crown networked system components. The latest
additions within HiQnet London Architect v3.06 complement existing support of the
Crown PIP modules and complete support for control and monitoring of the CTs family
of amplifiers.

Iain Gregory, Market Manager for Installed Sound at HARMAN Signal Processing stated,
“The inclusion of the Crown PIP modules within HiQnet London Architect was
originally a demonstration of the simple and straightforward integration of HARMAN
networked system components, facilitated through the use of a common connectivity
and control protocol, HARMAN HiQnet.”

In fact, the time- and cost-saving benefits realized through this demonstration of
integration within larger Soundweb London installations were so significant that
contractors and system integrators have frequently asked BSS Audio if similar
support could be provided for newer system components from the Crown amplifier
family.

Marc Kellom, Marketing Director for Crown stated “HARMAN has deployed more networked
audio nodes than anyone in the business, and integrating additional Crown networked
amplifiers into the London Architect software platform makes perfect sense – it
gives our customers even more flexibility in how they approach audio system
designs.”

The Soundweb London family of signal processors and Crown amplifiers provide the
building blocks of the perfectly tailored system solution.

HARMAN HiQnet® is the world's first connectivity and control protocol that
integrates all product categories in the signal chain for professional audio systems
of all types, size, and applications. HARMAN HiQnet no longer requires the user to
manage multiple disparate operating systems or be responsible for programming
individual signal processors, speaker controllers, wireless microphone systems, and
mixing consoles. HiQnet was developed by engineers from across HARMAN’s Professional
Division and is coordinated by the System Development and Integration Group (SDIG),
a team of dedicated systems specialists based in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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