12" Self Powered CONSTANT CURVATURE Array Element, ClassD 900W+300W, SMPS, DSP, HF 2x1,4" (2,5" VC), PRONETAX Remote control
AX1012A is a versatile constant curvature full-range element that
can be used to create both vertical and horizontal line source
arrays and also as a high-directivity point-source loudspeaker.
The 1.4” high frequency compression driver is coupled to a
constant curvature precision waveguide, which ensures a precise
control of mid-high frequencies both on horizontal and vertical
axis, for a perfect acoustic coupling between the enclosures that
form the array. The unique waveguide design produces vertical
line source directivity with a horizontal pattern that is maintained
down to approximately 800Hz. This allows to project clean music
and vocals evenly around the audience without hot-spots and
dead-spots. The sharp SPL off-axis rejection is used to avoid
reflecting surfaces in the enclosure coupling plane and perfectly
adjusts the acoustic coverage to the audience geometry.
The system designer or sound engineer can build true line source
horizontal or vertical arrays in 20° building blocks with seamless
integration between cabinets.
The tour-grade 15mm phenolic birch plywood cabinet is
provided with four integrated steels rails, to be used for coupling
the cabinets with the provided aluminium coupling bars.
A comprehensive set of accessories is available for creating
horizontal or vertical arrays, for ground-stacking the systems and also for pole mounting one or two units.
To extend the system’s low frequency response the AX1012A can be complemented by sub-woofers from the Axiom SW series such
as SW18A or SW1800A.
AX1012A is recommended for Indoor FOH (Left – Centre - Right systems), Medium-sized outdoor events or as a fill complement to large
Systems, Out-fills, In-fills or distributed fill applications in a wide range of venue.
|Soort luidsprekersysteem||Powered luidsprekersysteem|
|Systeem type||2 weg|
|Amp module vermogen||900W low / 300W high|
|SPL peak||134 dB|
|Frequency respons||65 Hz – 17 kHz (processed)|