KLANG:technologies, now distributed in the US by Group One Limited, proudly announces the introduction of a new operating system, KOS V2.1, for its KLANG:fabrik and KLANG:vier. Immediately available for free download from www.klang.com/en/downloads, the latest firmware brings a host of new features and improvements to the company’s 3D in-ear monitor mixing systems.

“In addition to offering an increase of 50 percent more input channel processing capabilities, our new software supports snapshots and showfile exchange through KLANG:app, plus a new workflow for channel configuration making the system more flexible and even faster to work with,” says KLANG:technologies Founder and Chief Marketing Officer Pascal Dietrich. “Furthermore, the Dante switch configuration has been extended for better integration in complex network setups, ensuring highest stability, and AES67 support has been enabled for improved interoperability.”

KOS V2.1 improvements include:
• 50 percent increase in input channel count (KLANG:fabrik only)
• Various IO configurations, e.g. 24in/8mixes, 56in/3mixes, 12in/16mixes (KLANG:fabrik only)
• Major improvements for loading and storing show files and snapshots
• User independent relative Group Mixing
• ZeroConf IP address configuration for use without DHCP server
• Template names for faster channel labeling
• New Orbit view interface
• Bug fixes and improved stability

Furthermore, the Dante software boasts the following major updates as well:
• AES67 support
• Latest Audinate Brooklyn II release included
• Advance switch configuration (KLANG:fabrik / KLANG:vier) including Multicast (Dante Flows) filters
• Fixed IP address assignments

For more information on the new operating system, please visit www.klang.com.