Portable PAs Technology Showcase
Feb 14, 2011 12:00 PM, By Mark Johnson
Behringer's Eurolive E1220A features a 12in. LF and a 1in. HF driver complement that provides a maximum SPL of 124dB and a frequency response of 60Hz to 20kHz. The cabinet profile allows for arraying, stacking, or use as a floor monitor.
The Bose L1 Model I incorporates 24 small drivers in a vertical enclosure and an amplified bass module. The system features a 4-channel mixer (two mic/line input channels and two line input channels). ToneMatch presets on channels 1 and 2 are optimized to match intended sound of specific instruments and microphones.
The Califone Power Pro PA919 offers wireless transmission to an unlimited number of companion speakers. It comes equipped with two integrated wireless mic receivers, a CD player, and a cassette recorder/player. Its frequency response is 45Hz to 18kHz.
Danley Sound Labs' SH 100 features 110-degrees-horizontal-by-110-degrees-vertical coverage and a frequency response of 50Hz to 24kHz. The maximum output of the 8in. coaxial driver is 126dB. A self-powered option is available. The weight of the unpowered version is 45lbs.
The DAS Audio DR-112A features a frequency response of 50Hz to 20kHz and a peak SPL of 128dB. High-frequency coverage is 90 degrees horizontal by 45 degrees vertical. The system comprises a 12in. LF driver and a 1.34in. HF compression driver with a Class D amplifier for the lows and a Class A/B amp for the highs. The unit weighs 43.5lbs.
The Cromo 12 from dB Technologies features a 90/70-degrees-horizontal-by-60-degrees-vertical asymmetric horn mounted to a 1in. exit compression driver. A 12in. driver handles the low frequencies. Its frequency response is 55Hz to 20kHz, and its maximum SPL is 126.5dB. It weighs 41lbs.
EAW's three-way KF394 NT features two 10in. LF cone drivers and one coaxial 1.4in. exit compression mid/high driver. Its peak SPL is 133dB with a frequency range of 64Hz to 20kHz. Its coverage is 90 degrees horizontal by 45 degrees vertical, and its weight is 68lbs.
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