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Wharfedale Pro focuses on natural sound

Wharfedale Pro focuses on natural sound
GPL Series

Wharfedale Pro focuses on natural sound

The GPL Series from Wharfedale Pro is a range of 12 compact point source birch plywood cabinets including bass-reflex and band-pass subwoofers. Integrating coaxial drive units and an original waveguide horn design, the full-range models provide spherical or 80° x 40° (HQ models) dispersion options. The unique horn allows the high-frequency range to be addressed directly to the audience and the HQ models are equipped with a turntable constant directivity horn for more accurate asymmetrical coverage. Available in a black or white finish, the multiple mounting options include yoke brackets, while the rear panel features speakON compatible and barrier strip connections. FIR Preset libraries are also available for download.

The UK manufacturer has also refreshed its Sigma series of installation loudspeakers featuring rotatable HF waveguides. Enhancing their installation credentials, the nine Sigma-X enclosures feature speakON and barrier strip connections, mounting and rigging options and newly designed front grilles. Also available as a Hi-Z 70V/100V format, the Sigma-XV5 and XV9 columns feature HF compression drivers coupled to a mini-EVO-Fold waveguide utilised in the WLA-1 Hybrid Curvature Array system. EASE GLL files, FIR presets and system diagrams are available for download.

Designed primarily for mobile performers, the IS-48 is an active entertainment system that comprises three interlocking column elements and an 8-inch active subwoofer. In addition to hosting the internal amplification, the subwoofer powers the full-range column element and incorporates an internal mixer and media player module. Two of the column elements include LED lighting effects with four modes. The plug-and-play system incorporates SD card, USB and Bluetooth inputs together with an IR Remote control and TWS system pairing for wirelessly connecting two IS units for a full stereo system.

Providing four input and eight output channels, the SC-48 FIR Versadrive processor delivers routing and distribution for loudspeaker networks. Independent control of magnitude, EQ and phase optimisation is included with FIR filtering. Remote control editing is possible from a PC via USB connection, a D-sub connector (RS-232/RS-485) and an RJ45 interface by downloading the inclusive software.

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