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CODA adds to its VCA family

CODA adds to its VCA family

CODA adds to its VCA family

CODA Audio has announced the launch of its CiRAY compact full-range, dual 10-inch line array system. As the third element of CODA’s VCA family, alongside the ViRAY (dual 8-inch) and the flagship AiRAY (dual 12-inch), the CiRAY has been developed by CODA to deliver “ultimate flexibility” for rental companies and provide a full spectrum of line array products for installation.

The CiRAY is an ultra-light, ultra-compact standalone system that can also seamlessly with its siblings to provide an optimum mix and match configuration and obtain “the best sonic and logistical outcomes” for a host live and installed applications. All VCA units include the manufacturer’s patented Dual Diaphragm Planar Wave Driver (DDP), Coupler technology and FS-FIR Filters, with the CiRAY also benefitting from the addition of CODA’s latest Dynamic Airflow Cooling (DAC).

From a setup point of view, a hang of 12 loudspeakers (2x6) can reportedly be set up in minutes by a single operator, with all cabinets set for their relative angles to drop into place once lifted. Three cabinets can be powered from one channel of CODA’s LINUS14 DSP amplifier, meaning that only one amplifier is required for a full hang of 12 using an industry-standard power amp cable.

The CiRAY uses the same unique Coupler technology as the rest of the VCA family, giving horizontal dispersion control down to 200Hz with coverage options of 60°, 90° and 120°. The speaker comes with CODA’s Quick Release grille and the ability to change horizontal dispersion instantly by means of the manufacturer’s proprietary Instafit Magnetic Couplers.

Compatible with the VCA family, the SC2-F dual 15-inch sensor-controlled, low-frequency extension overlaps the VCA line arrays in the 35–200Hz range. It can be strategically deployed either to increase the low-frequency impact and headroom of the system in a long-throw configuration or to provide an accurate cardioid dispersion pattern over the entire frequency range when flown behind the line array. Additionally, the SC2-F can be used in a beam split configuration.

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