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ALTO Aviation Announces Roster of 2024 Goodies

New Cabin Management, Stereo Options on the Way for Handful of Bizjets

Alto Aviation announced their rundown of 1st-quarter additions to the lineup, offering familiar Cabin Audio and Management Systems for Embraer, Gulfstream, and Bombardier aircraft.

First up is the firm's 'exclusive' adapter bracket for the Public Announcement System aboard Embraer Phenom 100 and 300s. The new piece helps provide a "seamless replacement" for the older loudspeakers with newer, better Alto gear. The Phenom series can also be upgraded with their Bluetooth audio in tandem with the DA-130 and -135 amplifiers.

On the Gulfstream end, Alto offers an upgrade to the 200's older analog components with their DA 210 and 230DC digital amplifiers, retaining the original Loudspeaker configuration while improving performance all around. For those who want a complete cabin management upgrade, Alto's Cadence suite can also be installed.

For Bombardier Challenger operators, a similar analog-to-digital cabin audio upgrade takes the form of the ALTO Premium Digital Stereo in combination using the company's DA-210/230DC amplifiers. The Challengers too can avail themselves of the Cadence Cabin system. On that aircraft and the Gulfstream 200, Alto offers a particularly tuned "MySound" seat-centric audio tech. For discriminating audiophiles of any stripe, it should be a pretty hefty upgrade to the overall presentation and listenability of their sound system throughout the cabin (with a corresponding price, of course.)

"We are very excited to launch the Q1-2024 upgrade programs for Phenom, Gulfstream 200, and Challenger aircraft. Our customer-centric mission means always being there for all our customers, offering them customized solutions for their aircraft that ease technical installation while providing their passengers with the most outstanding listening experience and friendly cabin control." said Kevin Hayes, Alto Aviation VP of Sales & Marketing.

FMI: www.altoaviation.com

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