Alcons Audio will preview two new products and its latest development ideas and studies at Prolight + Sound 2017.
The products being previewed are a wide-dispersion version of the LR28 larger format line array and an extension of the QR24 series, the company’s modular high output line source column.
In a development which will be of interest to larger live productions and festivals, the 110° horizontal dispersion LR28/110 is designed as an extension of the existing three-way, 80° dispersion LR28/80. Featuring the same faceprint downfill and components (two 14in woofers, four 6.5in midrange and a RBN1402rsr pro-ribbon driver) on a 110° waveguide, the LR28/110 is powered and controlled by four channels of the Sentinel10 amplified loudspeaker controller. Like the LR28/80, it has a rigging system that enables angle-setting on the cabinets without lifting the array, which is claimed to result in safer and faster set-up.
Alcons is also showing its new extension of the QR24 series modular high output line source column. Designed for acoustically challenging venues, the QR24 delivers high output and razor sharp dispersion control, without the need for active beam-steering.
Another highlight of Alcons presence at Prolight + Sound 2017 will be an off-site demonstration of the LR18 line array, RR12 point source array and QR24 taking place on Wednesday 5 April.
Alcons will also be showing a wider selection of its point source, point source array, line source column and line array solutions as well as new designs on the stand, with staff available to discuss the company’s solutions and answer any questions.
“We are looking forward to meeting our Pro-Ribbon Ambassadors and potential new customers from across the world at Prolight + Sound, which is always a very busy show for us,” said Alcons co-founder Tom Back. “Our off-site demonstration is always the opportunity for sound professionals to hear the many advantages of our pro-ribbon technology; A fully linear,1:15 dynamic response and crystal-clear reproduction with up to 90% less distortion at any SPL.”
Stand: B50, Hall 3