After touring in trade shows, the Alcons Audio LR24 three way line source is finally introduced with more details.
The new LR series flagship is a line source that can be vertically arrayed to reinforce sounds in large venues, arenas and more. The LR24 uses the Alcons Audio Pro-Ribbon technology for the high and medium frequencies and its patented RBN1402rsr tweeter, with its 14” voice coil and its isophasic cylindrical waveguide, can handle a power of 3000W peak.
The LR24 also hosts two 12” neodym woofers with carbon-reinforced cones and 4” voice coils in a bass reflex port with dual-spider suspensions, as well as four 6.5” neodymium mid speakers in a symmetrical setup.
The LR24 is designed to be exclusively amplified by 4 channels of the Sentinel amp/processor, HF and MF section pre-wiring, called SignalIntegritySensing, is specifically designed to ensure cable length and impedance compensation between the loudspeaker and the Sentinel.
The frequency response announced by Alcons for this model is 51Hz – 20kHz (-3dB) and the horizontal projection angle is 80°. The low frequencies can be reinforced with the LB24 subwoofer and its dual 12” woofers.
Technical details are expected soon at www.alconsaudio.com.
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