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Amate turns to point source

Amate turns to point source

Amate turns to point source

Amate Audio develops the X102FD

The X102FD has been developed by Amate Audio to offer a powerful and highly efficient point source alternative to line arrays, particularly in medium- and smaller-sized environments. The V-shaped geometry cabinet features a symmetrical dual 10-inch LF driver arrangement with a 3-inch titanium diaphragm, 1.4-inch neodymium HF driver and an aluminium rotatable horn. With an Active+ integrated power and DSP control platform producing 3,000W of two-way amplification, the X102FD is capable of 136dB SPL continuous output.

Partnered with the X218WF sub-bass, the X102FD offers customers a ready phase-aligned, full-range, plug-and-play sound system that will “deliver a lot of power without the need move a lot of weight”. In terms of costs, manpower and time-scale efficiencies, Amate believes that it is far ahead of any line array solution for venues and events of up to 1,000 people.

The X102FD can be deployed both vertically and horizontally due to its rotatable horn with a simple “no tools required” pull, turn and release mechanism. In vertical FOH applications, the horn provides 80° x 60° (HxV) dispersion (in its default position). In the horizontal plane – for applications such as front fills within a large-scale line array system, or close to the ceiling hanging in an auditorium – quick rotation of the horn maintains the same dispersion. Likewise, 60° x 80° (HxV) coverage can be obtained in either plane. Active+ also provides Dante audio networking on the X102FD via the two rear-panel Ethernet ports.



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