WorxAudio Technologies TL.118SS, UltraMax M1-P

Oct 19, 2006 3:13 PM

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TL.118SS

The TL.118SS sub-bass system is available in both powered ($5,960) and non-powered ($3,560_ versions, and features WorxAudio’s TL1801SS 18-inch low-frequency transducer.

Built to truck-pack dimensions for easy transportation of multiple units, the TL.118SS uses a direct-radiating 18-inch, 2,000-watt cone driver in a tuned enclosure built from tour-tested, 21-ply Baltic Birch that is extensively braced for high cabinet rigidity. Combined with its 24mm thick baffle, this rugged, 1-inch-thick enclosure is coated with a weather-resistant, multilayered, catalyzed polyurethane finish (available in a variety of colors to match the environment) designed to withstand the rigors of the road. Protecting the drivers is a 14-guage, powder-coated, cloth-backed, perforated steel grille.

The TL.118SS can easily be integrated with other WorxAudio loudspeaker systems by adding the company’s TrueRig hardware for easy flying. Stand-alone, the TL.118SS can fly with the addition of WorxAudio Technologies’ TrueGrid rigging hardware. Additionally, the TL.118SS ships with EASE Focus aiming software for the TrueLine line array.

UltraMax M1-P

The company also announced the UltraMax M1-P ($3,980) full-range, high-power speaker system and stage monitor that features a 12-inch, 400W woofer and a 3-inch diaphragm with a 160W large-format high-frequency compression driver housed in a tuned port enclosure employing equal angles (for floor positioning), enabling them to be used as stereo pairs. Additionally, this loudspeaker system incorporates a pole cup for “speaker on a stick” general sound reinforcement applications, as well as L-track rigging hardware on both ends of the enclosure. This enables the UltraMax M1-P to use either a single- or double-post stud fitting in either end for flying the unit.

Power for the UltraMax M1-P is provided by WorxAudio Technologies’ PMD-1 digital power amp. Featuring 500W (LF) and 250W (HF), the PMD-1 incorporates twin digital program processors, an XLR transformer with isolated I/O and AC PowerCon switchgear I/O.

For additional information, visit www.worxaudio.com. For more new sound reinforcement products, visit mixonline.com/livesound/products/.






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