StormAudio intros I.ISP 3D.16.12 Super AVR and 16-channel ISP 3D.32 Elite Reference preamp

posted on Monday, 6th February 2017 by Steve May

High-end  home cinema  ISE 2017 

[#pageName]

StormAudio, the hardware brand of Auro Technologies, has announced a new high-end AV receiver, the I.ISP 3D.16.12 (pictured above). Amplification is Class-D and rated at 12x200 Watts. It's equipped with 4-balanced XLR outputs for connection to an external amp. The I.ISP 3D.16.12 is equipped with a wide assortment of analog and digital inputsand retails for €13.990,00.

The so-called Super-AVR joins the brand’s 16-channel ISP 3D.32 ELITE Reference Edition preamp/processor (pictured below).  The brand will be holding live demonstrations of both, with content mastered in Auro-3D, Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, in conjunction with exhibit partner Triad Speakers. 

PA 16 ELITE - Back View

“We created a range of home theater components that deliver superb fidelity and incorporate unique advancements to make for easiest-possible dealer setup, expansion and servicing – and the industry experts have quickly taken notice. We are really excited to present this range at ISE,” says Yves Trélohan, StormAudio Senior Vice President.

StromAudio’s sound processors share the same GUI, modular platform and web-based remote-monitoring program. “This consistent GUI and platform make it easier to install and add channels, requiring significantly less training time,” adds Trélohan.

                    Also read
                    Mark Levinson debuts No.519 CD and file player
                    Arcam unveils AV860 Dolby Atmos DTS:X processor

In addition to the 16-channel ISP 3D.16 ELITE (€9.990,00), the brand offers the 32-channel ISP 3D.32 ELITE (available in Analogue or Digital, €13.990,00) and 32-channel ISP 3D.32 ELITE Reference Edition (€17.500,00).

StormAudio currently offers 8- and 16-channel amplifers to complement its processors. They employ an electronically-managed vent system for temperature control, making them suitable for rack-mounting. The amps can also be remotely monitored.

The line up comprises the 8-channel PA 8 ELITE (€5.990,00); higher-current 8-channel PA 8 ULTRA ELITE (€7.500,00) and 16-channel PA 16 ELITE (€8.990,00).

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and Ideal Home (amongst others).

Share this!

Have your say...

Sorry guests can't post comments.

Please Login if your an existing member or Register a new account.

Authors

Latest Posts

Loewe back from the brink with new premium products

Loewe back from the brink with new premium products

17

Jan

2020

posted by Steve May

High-end TV brand returns under Skytec ownership, targets IFA 2020

More...
.
OneAV partners with Monitor Audio and Aurora Lighting

OneAV partners with Monitor Audio and Aurora Lighting

17

Jan

2020

posted by David Slater

Free smart lighting training course announced

More...
.