It’s a monster
It’s a monster
The Monster tower can reach 142dB instantaneous maximum SPL
After stacking, Verity Audio’s Monster tower measures 2m tall. The stack consists of two asymmetric HF horns, two double 12-inch mid-bass Monster212s and two 21-inch ultra-bass Monster121Ss. UHF drivers can be added to increase power and fidelity. At a distance of 15m in a reverberant-free space, the tower can reach 142dB instantaneous maximum SPL. The tower has been designed for middle nearfield coverage, with a vertical axis of 20°, a lower vertical axis of 60° and a horizontal angle of 110°. The power output is 2,000W at 4Ω and the low-frequency limit reaches 25Hz. Also available is the Monster212-UHF that consists of a UHF horn compression driver and can be used to adjust the appropriate vertical projection angle according to the height of the installation.
The manufacturer has also launched the IWAC220P, a full-frequency vertical line array loudspeaker comprising two 10-inch LF neodymium drivers and two 1.73-inch HF neodymium compression drivers. Other features include a 120° x 10° (HxV) diffusion angle, 10 bands of PEQ, two Neutrik powerCON and DLR connectors, maximum output up to 138dB, 24-bit DSP and a birch plywood cabinet. Ideally paired with the SUB136TP, the speakers include a patented auto-locking mechanism that allows users to select angles while the speaker is on the ground.
The IWA220iP, meanwhile, is an i version of the product and has been specifically designed for fixed installations. Ideally matched with the SUB136P, the speaker is available is black and white.