Trinnov to release NOVA
Trinnov Audio have announced the upcoming release of NOVA, a new hardware room-correction solution being launched at this year’s NAMM show that aims to deliver many of the benefits of their highly-regarded ST2 PRO, D-MON and MC-PRO in smaller, more cost-effective package.
The company’s existing pro audio correction systems are based around custom PCs running Linux, and are housed within a 2U enclosure. NOVA is more compact, occupying 1U of rack space, and instead utilises an ARM processor which is capable of carrying out Trinnov’s room-correction and optimisation processing on up to six channels of audio, as well as handling bass management duties.
In addition to it’s correction capability, NOVA also boasts a comprehensive set of monitoring control facilities, and can also be used to carry out tasks such as speaker switching, as well as providing cue mix functionality and being able to create downmixes. By using Audinate’s Dante Virtual Soundcard software, it is also possible to use NOVA as an audio interface to provide direct DAW-to-monitoring system integration.
Full Spec TBC
Trinnov Audio will be releasing the full product specification for NOVA next week ahead of the NAMM show, we’ll update this story with the details as soon as they become available.
“NOVA will be introduced in the year of our 20th anniversary. This new platform enables us to address a wider market with more cost-effective solutions for stereo and small surround applications, and ultimately to support our continued growth as a business. We developed it with the same commitment to performance and sustainability as the previous platform. This includes the ability to develop and maintain the same software across both hardware platforms” – Arnaud Laborie, Trinnov Audio CEO and co-founder.
Pricing & Availability
NOVA is expected to be shipping by June 2023, with pricing yet to be announced.