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New L-Acoustics family

New L-Acoustics family
A15 Wide

New L-Acoustics family

A15 and A10 systems incorporate configurable L-Fins to adjust waveguide directivity

L-Acoustics has unveiled the Arcs A15 and A10 systems, and the companion sub KS21. Inspired by the manufacturer’s X Series, the A15 Focus, A15 Wide, A10 Focus and A10 Wide, as well as the subwoofer, incorporate bended wood technology and are described as lightweight and sturdy. Reportedly achieving a throw of up to 45m and a maximum output of 144dB, the speakers can be mounted on a pole, stacked or flown in a vertical or horizontal line source array. A15 and A10 systems incorporate configurable L-Fins to adjust waveguide directivity. They can be scaled to fit both large and small events, with the KS21, the company’s first 21-inch sub, extending the low-frequency bandwidth to 30Hz. For larger events, Arcs can be used as a fill or delay solution and a complement to larger K1 and K2 systems.

The A15 and A10 Focus and Wide enclosures were designed with LA4X capabilities and one-to-one ratios in mind. Each LA4X amplification channel pairs with one A15, one A10 or one KS21. The one-to-one ratio extends to the A15 and KS21, where one sub is recommended for each A15 enclosure. For the A10, the recommended loudspeaker-to-sub ratio is two-to-one. Arcs also functions with LA12X amplified controllers.

The A15 Focus, A15 Wide, A10 Focus and A10 Wide are passive, two-way systems with a maximum SPL of 144dB, 141dB, 139dB and 137dB, respectively. The bandwidth for the A15 Focus is 41Hz to 20kHz; for the A15 Wide it’s 42Hz to 20kHz; and for the A10 Focus and A10 Wide it’s 65Hz to 20kHz. All four have 70°/110° symmetrical or 90° asymmetrical L-Fins. The KS21 is a bass-reflex sub with a maximum SPL of 138dB.

The manufacturer has also announced updates to its Soundvision and LA Network Manager platforms. Soundvision 3.1.0 and LA Network Manager 2.7.0 feature advanced autosolver tools to improve system optimisation. The Soundvision update includes two new features to assist the system design process: Autosplay and Autofilter.

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