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Array Speaker Cabinet from VUE Audiotechnik belonging to the al-Class series

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Vue Audiotechnik will introduce at NAMM 2013 the new al-4 subcompact line array system, which includes speakers and a power amp.

The al-4 Line Array System is made up of the al-4 Acoustic Element, and the rack mount V4 Systems Engine, which provides amplification, DSP and system control for up to 8 elements. The system is sold in standard blocks, with eight al-4 Acoustic Elements and a single V4 Systems Engine comprising a single block. Multiple al-4 blocks can be combined to address larger applications.

Specifications of the al-4 speakers:

  • Fly up to 16 al-4 elements from a single flybar
  • 90° horizontal coverage angle per al-4 element
  • VUE-designed 1-inch exit neodymium compression driver with Truextent beryllium diaphragm
  • VUE-designed dual 4-inch Kevlar cone neodymium woofers
  • Birch plywood enclosure protected by a 12-step Dura-Coat LX finish
  • Integrated flying hardware
  • NL4 Input and Loop connections on rear for easy daisy-chaining of line array elements.
  • Each al-4 element is 18.9 × 5.5 × 10.3 inches (W x H x D) and 18 lbs

V4 Systems Engine

  • LF 1600W x 2 sine wave - HF 550W x 2 sine wave
  • 64-bit digital processing including EQ, time alignment, crossover management, and speaker protection
  • 118 dB of dynamic range
  • Input Delay up to 2 seconds per channel
  • LCD display for easy user interface
  • Mac or PC compatible software control
  • Maximum input level of +23dBu
  • Latency < 1ms
  • Dual XLR and AES/EBU inputs, with a pair of NL4 connectors for loudspeaker outputs
  • Front and Rear panel Ethernet Ports for networking and remote management 
  • Compact 2U rack-mount chassis

Visit www.vueaudio.com for more information.

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