Community Professional Loudspeakers is exhibiting at InfoComm 2019 (booth 6343) and showing two new major product lines.
The new L SERIES LVH-900 Beamforming Venue Horn, combined with Community’s proprietary room prediction software and Amplified Loudspeaker Controllers, precisely tailors the directivity of each loudspeaker, or array of loudspeakers, to meet the sound requirements in any application. Designed for exceptional performance in large venues, each LVH-900 consists of four 12-inch LF drivers, three Community M200 midrange compression drivers and four 1.5-inch HF compression drivers. Using patent-pending techniques, all drivers integrate into a single tri-axial waveguide that fills the entire 36″x31″ face of the enclosure, providing pattern control to below 200 Hz. The LVH-906 and LVH-909 offer 60 or 90 degrees of fixed horizontal dispersion, respectively, with each allowing vertical dispersion beamforming ranging from 60 to 20 degrees, in symmetric or asymmetric configurations.
The new ALC Amplified Loudspeaker Controllers are designed to provide all of the signal routing, zone switching, DSP processing, protective limiting, remote monitoring and ampliﬁcation functions needed between a mixer and the loudspeakers in virtually any small to medium-sized Community loudspeaker installation. A simple drag and drop user interface enables projects to be quickly created and the included Community loudspeaker library incorporates all the required pre-sets, including loudspeaker-optimized DSP processing and multi-stage protective limiting. Each ALC channel can directly drive 70V/100V distributed loudspeakers, low impedance loudspeakers from 2 ohms, or any mixed conﬁguration of low and high impedance output loads. The line includes the ALC-404D (four channels at 400 watts), the ALC-1604D (four channels at 1600 watts), and the ALC-3202D (two channels at 3200 watts).
Community’s InfoComm Microsite is here.