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Biamp Systems Expands Vocia Product Line With Addition of Four New Small Amplifiers
Posted on Tuesday, April 24, 2012

April 19, 2012 — New Small Amplifiers Deliver High-Quality Audio and Flexible Installation Capabilities

BEAVERTON, Oregon — Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, today introduced four new small amplifiers as part of its Vocia networked public address and voice evacuation system product family. These new small amplifiers join the family of EN 54-16 certified amplifiers from Biamp, delivering high-quality audio while delivering more flexible installation capabilities.

"Our first commitment in developing Vocia was to ensure that it met the highest safety standards in the market," said, Graeme Harrison, Executive Vice President of Marketing, Biamp Systems. "We're expanding the Vocia line of amplifiers so that our customers are have a full range of amplifier options available."

Vocia provides distributors and consultants with a truly decentralized, networked paging system, and the flexibility to customize systems for facilities of all sizes. These small amplifiers are ideal for projects that have small spaces or require multiple small-zoned areas. 
 

Vocia has a decentralized, networked architecture that is less costly to install and maintain, and provides amplified functionality such as streamlined call prompt options and greater control, along with expanded programming and customization enhancements. Vocia features increase audio management flexibility during system updates so only the device affected by the system update will be muted, leaving the rest of the system online.