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TOA SR-D8-M Steerable Line Array System

Estimated price for orientation: 8 242 $

Category: Toa

Features Variable beam line array speaker. • Small high-frequency tweeters. Digital power amplifier. • Built-in signal processor controls the number of beams. Vertical coverage area can be set and the sound directed only to required areas. • LAN connection permits PC controls using the supplied SR-D8 PC Software. CobraNet ensures high-quality sound transmission. Description Product Description The TOA SR-D8-M is a Steerable Line Array System which has integrated its line array and digital signal processing technologies and developed a now-generation line array speakers with digital beam steering. In addition to both analog and digital audio inputs, the innovative SR-D8-M 8st onboard digital amplifier coupled with enormous processing power to project well defined sound waves to targeted areas with greater precision than is possible with conventional speakers. This feature makes SR-D8-M suited for use in areas where structural or aesthetic considerations make it difficult to move the speakers to the ideal positions or when unwanted sound reflections and reverberation must be kept to a minimum. By digitally shape width and angle of the acoustic beam can SR-D8 direct the sound precisely to desired areas. Vertical beam width is adjustable in 1 ° increments within a range of 45 ° to the vertical angle of sound beams are adjustable from -45 ° to +45 ° in 1 ° steps. SR-D8-M can concentrate on audio put two separate areas simultaneously by splitting the beam into two with the individual settings of the width and the vertical angle for each beam. Beam splitting is especially effective when you want to simultaneously cover seating on both floors and balconies or sound reinforcement of deep space where it is desired to project more sound beams with different focal points and noise. SR-D8 can easily and quickly directed and controlled and monitored with related software. In a complete system, up to 4 stacks can be controlled, making it possible to build systems consisting of up to 16 speakers.