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[Musikmesse] Fohhn Linea Focus

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Fohhn will preview its new Linea Focus systems at the Frankfurt Prolight + Sound / Musikmesse, Hall 8.0 Stand H63.

Designed for both mobile and fixed installation use, the systems feature a design in which the vertical sound dispersion characteristics of the speaker can be directed towards a specific area of the audience and remotely controlled in real time, without any need to mechanically alter the speaker’s position, according to the company.

Two new Linea Focus models, with heights of 3.50m (LFI-350) and 4.50m (LFI-450), will be on show for the first time. The top-of-the-range LFI-450 incorporates 32 high-performance speakers, 32 separate amplifiers and DSP processors. The speaker’s vertical sound inclination angle (-40°/+40°) and vertical beam width (0°-90°) can be adjusted in real time using the Fohhn Audio Soft (V3) control software.

This is designed to allow the speaker coverage to be adapted to any performance situation and specific audience areas to be targeted. Unwanted reflections from the floor, walls or ceiling can also be minimized, leading to dramatically improved speech intelligibility, Fohn says.

In addition to the new Linea Focus models, Fohhn presents several other groundbreaking products including the new Linea LX-500/501 line array systems. The speakers’ columns house the latest line array technology. Each LX-500/501 is equipped with four 6.5" neodymium speakers and four 1" compression drivers with Fohhn Waveguide.

Check out www.systemsworkshop.com for more details.
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