dBTechnologies’ INGENIA series reaches its full potential with RDNet-EH: a simple, easy-to-mount accessory able to add real-time-control capability to all models of INGENIA series. 

Ingenia RDNet-EH
Accessory handle with RD-net connection for Ingenia active speakers
INGENIA series represents quite a one-of-its-kind system in active speakers’ scenario: not a simple active speaker, not a column system, not a conventional line source system.
The INGENIA series consists of four models with a power ranging from 400W to 900W.
All models are designed to work individually, but they can also be coupled by simply turning one speaker upside down and placing it upon the other one.
Thanks to infrared technology, INGENIA detects the presence of a second speaker, and an onboard-configuration wizard automatically sets up the system in order to ensure the best coverage and acoustic coherence.
Users can easily control the system through an intuitive OLED display. In facts, behind the simple interface runs a cutting-edge processing which manages mix, coverage steering, EQ levels and input devices.

Now INGENIA’s advanced DSP runs even further by adding remote control capability to the system in use.
In facts, thanks to RDNet-EH, all Ingenia speakers can be remote-controlled via RDNet protocol and Aurora Net software, adding further versatility and ease of use to one of dBTechnologies’ more complete systems.

RDNet-EH substitute standard INGENIA’s handle and allows both control of a single-element system or a coupled-element system (two stacked Ingenias of the same model).
Users can easily unmount standard INGENIA lower handle by themselves and substitute it with RDNet-EH, which makes the system ready for RDNet connection.
This way, the PA manager easily optimizes the system’s EQ and enables digital steering functions, even to a flown or wall mounted system, adapting INGENIA PAs to the venue and application (speech, playback or live music) in use.


Aurora net is a control software solution developed by dBTechnologies to provide advanced control and monitoring for its professional audio systems. The solution is cross-platform native and replaces the manufacturer’s Network software, while offering additional functionality.

When connected via Ethernet, Aurora net facilitates detailed DSP control and manages digital audio using the Dante protocol. Its user interface has been laid out to provide complete control of a dBTechnologies PA system from a single screen, while each individual element is detailed using the zoom feature.

The manufacturer has also expanded its ES family with the ES 1203 column PA system. This is described as ‘a complete stereo sound system encompassing its predecessors’ versatility with striking SPLs’. A tri-amped digital active solution with 2,400W of power with Digipro G4 amp technology, it comprises two passive wooden tops and an active wooden subwoofer. ES 1203 also features a DSP interface, on-board five-channel mixer, Bluetooth audio receiver, input channel modes for mic, instrument or line, and can be configured for mono, stereo or double column applications.

And, to deliver ‘the perfect low-end extension of Vio arrays whenever a particularly long-throw is needed’, dBTechnologies has released the Vio S118 flyable active subwoofer, built with an 18-inch neodymium woofer. Its integrated flying hardware is designed specifically to be compatible with the Vio L210 and its cabinet includes a modular slot for network and digital audio expansion cards.

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