Cardioid Dipolar Subbass
- Unique directional subbass with hypercardioid pattern keeps subbass energy away from open microphones
- 120° x 120° dispersion, usable output from 39Hz to 250Hz
- Dual-ported 12” woofers fire in opposite directions and are wired in reverse polarity
- Requires NX242 Digital TDcontroller and two amplifier channels: Each woofer is processed separately
- Internally braced Baltic birch cabinet minimizes in-band resonances
- Available in dark grey carpet covering or textured black paint
- Integrated flying system for use with curved vertical GEO S Series tangent arrays
- Cabinets designed for stable ground stacking
The compact CD12 exhibits innovative control of long wavelength LF energy. The CD12 applies microphone design techniques “in reverse” to produce a hyper-cardioid pattern from twin 12-inch horizontally-opposed woofers.
Sophisticated DSP algorithms, from the NX242 TDcontroller are applied individually to both dual-ported woofers, to produce high-impact forward gain, and +12dB rear attenuation. This means CD12 directs subbass energy towards the audience, and away from open microphones and reverberant surfaces, especially the rear wall.