Tannoy Eyris iDP DC1 Slave Speaker
The core technologies of UK loudspeaker manufacturer, Tannoy, have recently been updated. The result is a fully re-engineered Dual Concentric™ drive unit and an improved, ultra high performance SuperTweeter™, which is a key component within Tannoy’s long-term development programme of WideBand™ technology.
Tannoy’s highly experienced engineering team also have direct access to leading edge digital and electronic technologies due to its partnership with the TC Group of companies. The amalgamation of these core strengths has led to the development of Tannoy iDP™ (Interactive Digital Programming) Technology and its first application in the Eyris loudspeaker range.
Eyris iDP™ loudspeakers offer perfect matching to the listening environment through its built-in room equalisation capability. Each loudspeaker can be individually optimised, taking into account its exact position within the room relative to the room boundary, and its own performance relative to the acoustic properties of the room. The primary features include:
•On-board digital processing and networking capability
•On-board bi-amplification with 300 Watts RMS to LF and 300 Watts RMS to HF
•Advanced technology software package for professional system installation
•Comprehensive user control of key functions and retrieval of installer pre-set parameters
•Compatibility with market-leading automated control systems – e.g. Crestron / AMX
•Dual Concentric™ and WideBand™ technologies
•Elegant, high rigidity cabinet design in a choice of three real wood finishes; sycamore, American walnut or black ash.
Providing the Eyris models with their natural voicing platform, the iDP™ system facilitates factory calibration of the bandwidth response of the individual speakers to within extremely tight tolerances, exceeding even the current exacting standards of the Pro monitoring industry.
Using the supplied installer software package, the installer is able to build on the factory defined voicing platform by optimising the system to the acoustics of the installation environment. Tannoy iDP™ digital processing allows exact acoustic profiling of each speaker in the system, optimising its performance relative to its location, whether that be in free space, close to wall, corner placement or in-wall. A system controller can then be configured with a range of bespoke pre-sets, personalised for the end user.
Eyris iDP™ will be available as a complete home theatre package for professional installation. In its basic 5.1 configuration, the system comprises four active Eyris iDP™ DC3 floor standing loudspeakers and a DCC centre channel. Also included is a powerful 1.5 Kilowatt subwoofer with two side firing, 12” aluminium-coned drive units, and onboard iDP™ engine. The system, however, can be configured in any combination and number of DC3s, DCCs and subwoofers.
Summarising the bespoke nature of the Eyris iDP™ system, Graham Hendry, Tannoy’s Professional Engineering Director explained, “In a theatre, an installer would not just get the speakers out of the box, hang them around the auditorium and expect them to perform at their best. The installer would need to measure the performance of each speaker relative to its position and function within the theatre. For the first time ever, Eyris iDP™ allows the consumer to experience this same precise level of optimisation in their own living room.”
Increasingly, customers expect exceptional sound to accompany recent major advances in vision products. The highly versatile Tannoy Eyris iDP™ uniquely offers a complete solution in that it can be tailored precisely to the end users listening environment and personal audio preferences.
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