Bose to demo Freespace Configurator at InfoComm

First public showing of the new web application
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Bose Professional will be holding a technology demonstration of its FreeSpace Configurator web application at InfoComm MEA 2014,

The web-based interface allows sound system designers to easily and quickly draft a sound system design for retail, restaurant or other hospitality environments. System designs may be up to two zones, and include surface or flush-mount loudspeakers, amplifiers, processing, required bracketry and other accessories.

As a result of market feedback from sound designers, system integrators and dealers, a software development team set out to develop a tool that would not require prior knowledge of Bose product options or acoustical design, but still enable a sound system designer or integrator to create a comprehensive solution for a retail or restaurant end user.

The tool begins with entering the room dimensions, to ensure that the right products are designed into the space, instead of pre-selecting products.

A designer can then quickly create a design with all core audio components in a clear interface that assists presenting a complete system to clients. The tool includes features exclusive to Bose, such as the inclusion of two-zone capability, surface-mount speakers and all system components.

This technology demonstration marks the first public showing of the FreeSpace Configurator web application, which is expected to be formally launched by December 2014.

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