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Harman Rolls Out System Architect 2.1

Harman Professional recently launched its new System Architect 2.1 for HiQnet users worldwide. The upgrade allows System Architect to automate some of the more time consuming system design tasks based on the application's greater embedded understanding of how a user constructs a system.

Harman Professional recently launched its new System Architect 2.1 for HiQnet users worldwide. According to the company, the upgrade allows System Architect to automate some of the more time consuming system design tasks based on the application's greater embedded understanding of how a user constructs a system.

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System Architect 2.1 now allows more compatibility between HiQnet devices from Harman Professional's brands, such as Crown, JBL, dbx, AKG, and BSS Audio. The new version supports the Crown PIP-USP4/CN card and controls the AKG DMS 700 digital wireless system via the HUB 4000 Q. One-Click Setup via an AKG plug-in coordinates the frequency of the DMS 700 systems and calculates discrete, intermodulation-free frequencies.

The upgrades made to System Architect 2.1 support multiple like-devices within racks and arrays, and groups them into master panels, which are then made accessible from icons associated with the relevant racks or arrays. User-identified panels can also be assigned to racks, arrays, and areas.

"With this new upgrade to System Architect, Harman Professional offers its customers the ability to manage all the products within a HiQnet system with remarkable efficiency," said Adam Holladay, market manager, System Development and Integration Group, in a statement.

Additional new features include the ability to readdress devices directly in the venue, online and offline; the ability to reorder devices in racks and arrays by address; and a new region indicator control for use in advanced custom panel design. The user interface was also upgraded to include a file load progress bar and to provide enhancements to the Network Troubleshooter to better assist with solving network complications.



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