WORKs presentation of the Blueline Digital System at ISE 2013 is already in the past. As the company have kept listening to the sector and working on this system since it was launched, the Blueline Digital System presented at the trade show this year (stand 7-M176) includes performance improvements and new functionalities. To begin with, the latest version of BlueLine Digital System offers up to 64 stereo channels to distribute different audios with very low latency. Its plug&play system makes it easier for users to set up and control all the installation from one single point through the control panel which is really intuitive to use. Besides, it uses the OSC (Open Sound Control) protocol, so the whole system can be controlled by a tablet or a smartphone. Other new features are the alarm system and the paging, incorporated in the new products which the company is currently developing to complete and upgrade the BlueLine Digital System throughout 2014. The alarm system will enable to send instantaneously a pre-recorded message to every zone of the system, whereas the paging will substantially improve the functionality of this system, offering the possibility of sending a voice message to a particular zone or zones. It means an improvement because controllers of the system no longer will have to interrupt the audio of all the circuit but just that of the selected channels. Among other features of the system, such as remote control, the possibility of installing local wall panels or the PoE (Power Over Ethernet) Technology it is based on, it is worth underlining its modularity. BlueLine Digital brings the possibility of designing and building an audio distribution system that can be completely adapted to any specific needs thanks to its modules. This makes possible to avoid big investment at the beginning of the installation, being possible to add modules if needed.