Born to Fly

Most conventional cinema “screen channel” loudspeakers are designed to sit on a platform behind the cinema screen. The low frequency (LF) enclosure is made of heavy MDF panels to offer the best low frequency performance for the lowest cost. The horn section is supported by metal brackets and is mounted to the top of the LF … Lire la suite

Consultant Courier: Dynamic Pairing is Awesome!

Applications: Higher Ed, Corporate, Hospitality In today’s built environments, it’s common to find spaces that serve multiple types of functions. In any given day of the week, the room could be arranged in a “U shape” for a large board meeting, then rearranged in a classroom style for training, and by week’s end, it’s been … Lire la suite

The Power of Multiple Woofers

In a previous blog about loudspeaker sensitivity, we looked at two readily available woofers to see how different specifications and construction techniques resulted in different amounts of low frequency output capability.  For this discussion, we will take a single woofer design and see how using 1, 2 or 4 woofers affects total output capability.  Doubling … Lire la suite

Easy Access Touchless Control

In this time of COVID-19, it’s wise to avoid touching any surface that others are also likely to be touching without first sanitizing it.  Better still, avoid touching that surface at all; but this would seem to present a problem for touchscreen control devices, like the TSC Series controllers in our Q-SYS Ecosystem.  But wait! … Lire la suite