If you think of a theater as a body, then the booth is like the brain: components are controlled, signals are sent out, and data is received back for analysis and possible response. The smarter your booth audio system, the easier it is to run an efficient operation that keeps your business thriving. That’s why QSC integrated processing and monitoring units are at the top of their class.
Designed for digital
Once upon a time, booth audio functions — crossovers, booth monitor, routing, EQ, control, and monitoring — were each handled by separate devices connected via a complex web of wiring. QSC DCM Series Digital Cinema Monitors changed all that, vastly simplifying installation, setup, and operation by combining signal processing and monitoring into a single system with software configuration. QSC also developed QSContol.net™ and BASIS™, laying the foundation for networked systems offering CobraNet™ transport of digital audio and SNMP-enabled remote monitoring.
Our latest game-changer is the DXP Digital Expansion Processor line, part of a complete, integrated solution that brings out the full potential of D-Cinema soundtracks. Offering maximum control and efficiency for every aspect of the cinema audio chain, the QSC DCP and DXP are the ultimate digital processing machines. QSC is making the advantages of integrated processing accessible to theaters of every size and performance level.
The DCP Series processors provide the fullest integration and the most complete control available on the market today. DCM monitors offer advanced capabilities for non-QSC processors and, like DCP, optimize audio for the best possible performance when using our DCA amplifiers and DCS loudspeakers. Our DXP extends your reach with networkenabled connections to remote mounted DCA power amps.
The best business case
We focus on integrated processors not because it’s the coolest technology, but because it makes the most business sense for our customers. Selecting, wiring, configuring, and operating a collection of individual parts from multiple manufacturers, however good they may each be, is inherently inefficient compared to a centrally controlled, all-in-one environment that provides everything you need between your server and your amps. And in a tough competitive climate, maximizing efficiency is your surest strategy for long-term success.