- Ultra-compact, high-performance, fly ready line array subwoofer for front of house, side fill, or delay line use
- Dual 15” 4th order bandpass subwoofer design
- Ground-rumbling frequency response with frequency range that runs to 29 Hz
- Extremely high acoustic output with 133 db Max SPL for room filling lows
- High power handling (1200 W RMS / 2400 W Program / 3600 W Peak)
- Fly ready for use above an ELX82 stack or behind the array. Fly two subs together as part of any array with a 12:1 load factor
- Tour ready impact resistant 18 AWG perforated grille
- Void-free 18 mm Baltic Birch ply with a nearly indestructible DuraCoat finish
- Easy grip ergonomic handle design for hassle free handling
- Integrated and intuitive suspension hardware supports flexible ground stacking options
- High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
- Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany
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What’s a Line-Array?Although line array systems have been around for more than 50 years, they have only come into prominence over the past few years, mainly due to their use in large-scale concert venues. Vertical line-arrays are created by stacking or suspending identical loudspeaker cabinets so the LF (Low-Frequency) and HF (High-Frequency) drivers, are placed in exact vertical alignment with each other. This enables them to work together to send sound waves much further than a single driver could. The configuration is designed so that you end up with a column each of LF and HF drivers.
By using specially designed waveguides or horns, horizontal sound dispersion can be very wide, while keeping the vertical alignment extremely tight. The resulting sound is smoother, with much more even dispersion than that of traditional horn-loaded loudspeaker systems.