Combining elements of line array theory with virtual point source technology in one product, Turbosound’s (Demo Room W203B) Flex Array offers the possibility to adapt the same loudspeaker
Turbosound’s Flex Array features new powered options system to a wide range of venue types and audience sizes with minimal rental inventory. Turbosound is now shipping the Flex Array including powered and unpowered options.
The Flex Array’s new TFA- 600HDP compact trapezoidal digitally self-powered and networkable three-way mid/high enclosure is designed for line array or virtual point touring fixed applications. Featuring one-inch neodymium HF driver on a Dendritic device, a 6.5-inch high-mid driver on a Polyhorn device, and two Turboloaded 10-inch LMF drivers, the TFA-600HDP includes an integrated Class D amplification and DSP module with network capability. Bass is covered by the new TFA-600LDP is a horn-loaded single 18-inch low frequency cabinet also designed for flown and ground stacked applications.
“We have worked hard to ensure that our product range continues to reflect the needs of the market,” adds Turbosound’s managing director Simon Blackwood, “and this is borne out by how well Flex Array has already been received. The combination of our brand new line array technology alongside Turbosound’s proven virtual point source experience provides an incredibly versatile, one-box-fits-all product that is ideal for a huge variety of applications.”
Flex Array is a medium-scale professional sound reinforcement system that combines elements of Turbosound’s patented virtual point source system with well proven line array technology, resulting in a truly versatile loudspeaker product adaptable to a huge variety of venue types. Its rotatable mid/high section provides the key to rapid conversion from line array to point source mode, while two fully integrated rigging systems cater for both vertical and horizontal flown orientations with virtually no external parts.