Photo - (From left) Ng Thai Lim, Senior Technical Application Engineer; Ivan Tay, Product Marketing Manager; and Steve Ong, Business Development Executive of Robert Bosch Sdn Bhd.
Bosch Security Systems latest range of digital sound systems, which have been recently introduced in Malaysia, offer more control to users including wireless control via an iPad or iPhone app.
Future-proof technology has helped to deliver more flexibility, features and performance from the flexible PLENA matrix digital sound system and ZLX portable powered loudspeakers, said Jacky Chuan Teck Wei, general manager of the security division at Robert Bosch in Malaysia.
"The new PLENA matrix Digital Sound System shows Bosch's innovative strength as it combines engineering precision with cost effective future-proof invention for optimum acoustic performance," he said. "Specially designed for versatility, the PLENA matrix system enables users to control audio settings and volume levels wirelessly via an iOS app."
"Users can simply walk into a particular zone and confidently mix and select inputs while controlling output levels," he said. "The heart and soul of the PLENA matrix system, which is the 8-channel DSP Matrix processor, also provides complete control over audio configurations and signal processing."
"Innovative design and economic advantages also go hand in hand with the PLENA matrix system, such as its Class D power amplifiers which feature an Auto Standby mode that is activated by Bosch motion sensors in output zones that are unoccupied," he said. "This helps to generate cost savings of up to 80 percent as compared to standard amplifiers, and reduces overall power consumption presenting a significantly lowered impact to the environment."
"In addition, whether used on its own or with a sub-woofer, the ZLX powered loudspeakers provide crisp, clean highs and tight, deep lows for large spaces to ensure you are heard loudly and clearly. The compact and versatile power ZLX model make EVs legendary sound quality and rugged reliability more accessible than ever before," he said.
Bosch, which has been present in Malaysia since 1923, has offices located in Selangor, Perak and Penang. In Malaysia, Bosch is active in the areas of automotive aftermarket, power tools, security systems, drive and control, packaging technology, solar energy and thermal energy.
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