Compact Line-Array System
Line arrays have now become the preferred solution in the professional concert sound business. On account of their directivity, projection and low distortion, line arrays are considerably more suitable for providing high quality sound reinforcement to large listening areas — especially those extending widely in a horizontal plane — than classical systems with their narrow horizontal focus.
Conventional line arrays are large, heavy, expensive and extremely costly to set up. They are therefore seldom used for small to medium-sized applications despite their advantages in terms of sound quality.
The brand new DYNACORD COBRA compact line array systems COBRA 2 and COBRA 4 on the other hand are extremely compact, simple to set up and cost efficient. They therefore provide line array performance in the type of situations where conventional, large format line arrays can offer no economically viable solution.
The extremely wide horizontal directivity of the DYNACORD COBRA compact line array systems (due to their generation of cylindrical sound waves) means they can provide coverage to large audience areas without the comb-filter-like effects that impair the sound quality of conventional horizontal clusters.The shallow and precisely defined vertical directivity, free from strong vertical ‘side lobes’, avoids the undesired radiation of sound towards ceiling and floor areas, eliminating to a large extent the interference produced by reflections.
600 watts RMS / 1200 watts cont.program/ 8 ohms Passive 3-way fullrange / mid-high component of the COBRA-2 system. Capable of being flown. Equipped with a 15" Electro-Voice EVX155 speaker for the low frequency range, a coaxially arranged midrange line array consisting of four C 8 conical MF horns and a DH 2T titanium driver with a CD horn for the high frequency range.
600 watts RMS / 1200 watts cont.program/ 8 ohms Bass-reflex subwoofer armed with an Electro-Voice 18" EVX 180 B driver. Capable of being flown. Countersunk grooves for secure stacking and four ANCRA flying rails for flown sub-arrays are included.