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Wed, Oct 19, 2022

Alto Announces 25th Anniversary Edition of Soundstage

ew Seat-Centric Home Theater Provides Better In-Flight Sound Than Ever Before

Alto Aviation kicked off their exhibition at NBAA-BACE with their recently released 25th Anniversary Special Edition of their MySound Portfolio audio system. 

Business aviators looking for the pinnacle of in-flight entertainment can opt for Alto’s seat-centric 6.2 home theater equipment, allowing for accurate acoustic reproduction for any kind of music, cinema, or performance. Integration with Alto’s cabin control applications or line of fit-compatible Cadence keypads allows for simple, streamlined passenger control, allowing them to enjoy a spatially accurate listening experience throughout the home theater area. The 25th Anniversary Special Edition offers, in their words, a “powerful, clear, immersive sound…greater than the sum of the audiophile quality speakers and premium digital amplifiers that comprise it.”

With Alto’s proprietary signal processing, optimal cabin speaker placement, and precise audio tuning, every passenger gets to sit in the “sweet spot”. Twin Alto subwoofers produce a deep 40hz tone, providing additional low-end bass to fill out a variety of music, movies or games. Alto loads the suite with support for 3D digital surround sound, Class-D digital amplifier outputs, dynamic signal compensation, and their proprietary Sinewatch distortion elimination. The end result is one that always has plenty of headroom free of distortion, allowing for just the right level of volume without sound quality degradation. Alto takes their “Audiophile” label seriously, putting the work in to ensure it sounds just perfect, even at 40,000 feet. 

“Alto Soundstage 25th anniversary Special Edition is our way to thank all OEM and aftermarket customers for 25 years of selecting ALTO as their trusted partner for premium cabin audio systems,” said Steve Scarlata, VP of Engineering and R&D. “Our system is truly unrivaled, achieving over 105 dB, equivalent to a rock concert, using less amplifier power; this is accomplished by using proprietary, highly efficient, and light loudspeaker and amplifier technologies. All the energy produces clear, distortion-free audio with no wasted power and heavy components. The focus is on the sound output, not the power input. It’s the ultimate cinematic experience for Business aircraft, truly love at first sound.”

FMI: www.altoaviation.com

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