Visit NAMM HALL E, stand number 1142 and experience the future of music.

The Revolution is a self-powered, pocket-sized spatial audio mixing machine. Whether your gig is at the local coffee shop or Madison Square Gardens, the Revolution provides the greatest sound experience.

The Revolution has been specifically designed and built for live performance; simply plug-in, turn it on and play – choosing either MAX-Wide Mix, Quadraphonic or Octaphonic.
There is no latency; the signals are perfectly aligned for live listening over earbuds, headphones, and powered loudspeakers (connected by cable or FM Wireless).

Octophon Revolution is manufactured in the US boasting a stylish sculpted shell; CNC precision machined from a solid aluminum billet and using hard-anodized colors, the device is built to withstand any drops, spills or overloading that might occur during a gig.

Packed with many features. In absence of power as a standalone, the Revolution offers up to 7 hours of live play – and even longer, when powered via USB. Each individual input is localized spatially in the multi-channel output mix with zero additional delays.

The performance can be experienced in MAX-Wide Mix (no Codec required). Simply connect the externally powered loudspeakers and the audio space grows into Quadraphonic or Octaphonic. Need more expansion? The AI connector cascades multiple Revolution Mix Machines expanding the number of input channels whilst automatically maintaining signal alignment with no additional delays. There’s no programming needed, just connect them together – the Revolution is all about the music, the tech support is built-in.

Audio Instrument’s launch of the Octaphon Revolution at NAMM 2020 brings two other exciting opportunities: with the ‘play and pay program’ and first 50 units limited-edition nickel finish (first come, first serve). Audio Instruments is reserving the nickel finish exclusively for all future product launches, a hint to the shining galactic product range that is to be in the future.

Chief Marketing Officer for Audi Instruments Kenny Whild says:

“NAMM 2020 is the obvious event for Revolution and we’re very excited to be taking part. Although our global shipping officially commences in March 2020, we just couldn’t wait. The limited-edition nickel version of Revolution is exclusively offered to those who attend NAMM and will be the first units shipped.

Music brings joy to all – whether you create and listen or just dance along – and by leveraging professional DSP, design, development Revolution will bring a new dimension to this. This unique product makes sound of a professional quality affordable – particularly through our ‘Play and Pay’ program.”

Explaining, in short, the social philosophy behind the US audio tech business, Kenny goes on to say, “We want more music to be made and shared. It’s about the music and the people.”