- Asymmetrical Horn;
- DSP: Digital Sound Processor;
- Multiband Limiter;
- Multifunctional Housing;
- PP Housing;
The high-frequency horn is narrower on top to bundle sound and throw it over greater distances.
It flares out at the bottom to achieve a wider pattern of throw.
(This compensates for high frequency loss as sound travels further from the source) and distributes the signal more uniformly across all audience areas.
They cut annoying wind noise by up to 50% and deliver enhanced, extremely tight and focused bass response.
for instance as a floor monitor, satellite speaker in combination with subwoofers or as a fullrange system on pole mounts.