Alcons Audio officially introduces the LR24
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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