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Constant curvature from Axiom

Constant curvature from Axiom

Constant curvature from Axiom

The AX1012 system is capable of maintaining directivity (at –6dB) all the way down to 950Hz

Axiom Pro Audio has released its first constant curvature array system that can be deployed as an individual, point source system or in horizontal or vertical array configurations. The array element is available in the AX1012A version with 900W + 300W Class-D biamplification on board, or the passive AX1012P version, each capable of delivering up to 134dB SPL (at 1m). The enclosure is equipped with a single 12-inch woofer with a 3-inch voice coil for the low end of the frequency spectrum, while a 1.4-inch compression driver with a 2.4-inch voice coil handles the high end. The driver is coupled with a proprietary Seamless Transition Waveguide with a nominal dispersion of 20° along the short axis of the enclosure and 100° on its long axis. The on-board amplification of the AX1012A incorporates a Core module based on a Sharc DSP. With internal 40-bit/96kHz processing and 24-bit AD/DA converters, it offers a dynamic range greater than 110dB. The passive AX1012P has been designed as a solution for permanent installations, where control-room centralisation is a key factor, or for users who wish to supplement larger systems that already have standardised amp racks.

The AX1012 system is capable of maintaining directivity (at –6dB) all the way down to 950Hz; according to the manufacturer, this makes it an ideal choice for fill coverage where precision is key to avoid interference with the main system or other fills. The Seamless Transition Waveguide is designed to couple the emissions of multiple AX1012 enclosures with a reported zero interference in the perceptible frequency bandwidth. A horizontal suspension bar – used together with horizontal coupling bars – allows multiple AX1012 elements to be flown together horizontally from a single rigging point. A single type of vertical flying bar can be employed to suspend multiple units as main systems for smaller venues, centre-fills for larger stages, stage side-fills, out-fills or under-balcony delay coverage. Two of these flying bars can be attached at either end of an array to create even, downward-firing clusters. The rigging possibilities of this third dimension are said to allow coverage of entire stages for dancers, or for sections of arena floors.



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