Turbosound Premiers Flex Array Sound Reinforcement System
Turbosound has debuted its new Flex Array, a medium-scale, professional sound reinforcement system that combines elements of the company’s patented point-source system with line-array technology in an effort to create in a one-box-fits-all loudspeaker product suitable for a variety of venue types.
The Flex Array system has been designed from the ground up, resulting from a three-year development cycle closely related to the development of the Polyhorn, and utilizes Turbosound’s patent-pending Dendritic horn. The new component claims to produce a line-source element with directional qualities, together with clarity and definition. All neodymium drive units ensure that weight is kept to a minimum for trucking and handling.
Flex Array is fully arrayable with flywear integrated into the box for rapid setup with no external parts, or can be used with external yokes and brackets for semi-permanent and fixed installations. By changing the orientation of the cabinet, one enclosure type is capable of being used in either line-array or point-source configurations. The ability to rotate the mid/high waveguide within the enclosure gives additional flexibility of use. The band-pass, low-frequency cabinet utilizes a neodymium 18-inch drive unit and can either be flown with mid/highs, or ground-stacked. Digitally self-powered versions with integrated lightweight Class D amplifier modules are also available, which targets Flex Array products for the corporate market as well as for live-sound applications.
More information on the Turbosound New Flex Array SR System.