Ecler Pro Audio Solutions



ECLER has a portfolio that perfectly adapts to the requirements of any of the seven vertical markets in which we are focused on: COMMERCIAL, HOSPITALITY, EDUCATION, CORPORATE, LEISURE, SPORTS & WELLNESS and finally HOUSES OF WORSHIP. In this section you will find projects that have been implemented with ECLER's solutions and products.




Our Indonesian distributor, FS Audio, headed by Ronaldy Wianto, made this outstanding instalation at an Indonesian company, located in Pluit (North Jakarta). 

The client needed a multimedia room, with inmersive technology home theater 7.2, meeting hall, karaoke, entertainment and live music hall. That supossed a challenge for Ronaldy and his team, who worked hard to measure the room acoustic response, programed and installed all the devices.

Ronaldy choose EclerNet Manager as the controller software to manage the spaces and devices, and then WPmSCREEN as a control touch panel. EclerNet have capability to control other video devices like projector, player or even lighting, electric curtain, etc...

For the 7.2 room, FS Audio used Ecler IC8 in ceiling speakers for the satellites, two main PA ARQIS112BK, one ARQIS205BK as a center loudspeaker and two ARQISSB15BK to deliver a good low frequency response. 

Behind the scenes, the MIMO1212SG digital matrix routed the audio signals and the powered digital audio manager NXA6-2000 was the team's choice to supply signals to the loudspeakers. 

Ronaldy says: " I'm very happy with the EclerNet Manager new features, specially with  "Button Net String", integrated in the last update. Congratulations to the development team, i believe you guys can upgrade the EclerNet in the near future to do a lot more interesting things"

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