Genelec Launches New AV Install Loudspeaker 4010 at ISE 2014

Genelec 4010At ISE 2014 Genelec is introducing the 4010, a brand new model in the 4000 Series of AV installation loudspeakers. Delegates visiting Stand 3-C90 will have the opportunity to hear a working demo of the new model and Genelec staff will be on hand to offer loudspeaker specification and technical advice for all types of audio installation.

The new 4010 delivers a big sound in a small package thanks to the class D amplifiers and proprietary drivers. The new model offers controlled directivity for acoustically challenging environments, while also featuring installation-friendly features including the Phoenix-type connectors, widely used in the AV industry. The model benefits from Genelec’s renowned mechanical and sonic reliability, and sustainable features in the form of energy efficiency with ISS, Class D amplifiers, and a recycled aluminium enclosure.

“With its compact size, the new 4010 loudspeaker extends the potential use of the 4000 Series into installations where smaller enclosure size is either required or desired,” says Lars-Olof Janflod, PR and Marketing Director at Genelec Oy. “The compact format 4010 is especially useful for discreet installation and seamless integration into interior design schemes – but there is no compromise on performance. This model delivers audio output to the same sonic standard as the 4040, the largest model in the Series.”

The Genelec 4000 Series loudspeakers are perfectly suited for music playback - whatever the chosen environment – to make them a natural choice for critical commercial installations. In addition the ISS feature, which ensures sustainable installations with switching on and off automatically, depending on the presence of the audio signal and energy efficient Class D Amplifier demonstrate how Genelec embed environmental thinking into product designs.

>>Genelec ISE 2014 Press kit available here<<

The official launch of the 4010 will be at 16.30, Wednesday 5th February on Stand 3-C90 at ISE 2014, RAI Amsterdam.