Meet HAL, an expert in room combining, paging and distributed audio systems. This groundbreaking architecture is dimensions beyond any other solution. The Rane HAL2 Multiprocessor easily guides even novice users through what used to be complex tasks in just minutes. No intricate matrix mixing or presets are required for room combining and paging. No virtual wiring required to distribute pages and background music to multiple zones.
Seamlessly interface HAL to your application with a broad variety of peripheral devices including smart Digital Remotes DR4 and Digital Remote DR5, Remote Audio Devices (RADs) RAD17 Microphone RAD and RAD24 Amplifier RAD, portable and in-rack automixers, audio I/O and control logic expansion devices, IR2 Infrared Wall Sensors, ambient sensing mics, small remote amplifiers, and an advanced Paging Station.
In addition, the HAL Multiprocessor and Halogen software check the status, location, CAT 5 wiring integrity, and that audio is flowing in all peripheral devices, so you know your system is properly connected and ready to go.
HAL is more than just another DSP drag-and-drop system. It has revolutionized system design and installation.
Three HAL Multiprocessors provide various audio I/O and control options for both large and small installations.
HAL2 supports 18 in x 18 out audio, of which 2 x 2 come from AES3 on XLR connections.
Halogen software includes Ethernet control support for third-party control systems. Standard TCP/IP set and get ASCII text messages control levels, selectors, presets and toggle actions within Halogen. Since the same Halogen software code runs on both Windows® and within HAL hardware, third-party control developers can test all their code using only the Halogen Windows software. Use only software to test your control systems software code and buy the hardware only when the install date arrives. Well-documented example programs for AMX, Crestron and Stardraw Control ease programming headaches.