Typical Uses of the CoLine Loudspeaker System
Theater Sound Touring Sound, Touring Theater Sound, Theater Production, Theater Sound, Stage Sound, Church Sound Church Audio, Portable Sound, Conference Room Sound, Small Theater Sound, Performing Arts Sound System, Concert Hall Sound, Concert Hall Sound System, Musical Theater, regional Sound Companies, Local Sound Companies
Until the CoLine Loudspeaker System was available, Sound Reinforcement for these type of venues suffered from many deficiencies and problems. There really is no way with a typical loudspeaker system to prevent the listeners nearest the stage from experiencing excessive and potentially dangerous volume levels. Coverage to the rear of the hall floor usually requires the deployment of additional loudspeaker systems partway back. This eats up seats (revenue) and adds the hazard of stands and cables. Very wide coverage requires multiple splayed loudspeakers. This introduces the unavoidable problem of quality reducing interference caused by this approach. Also a horizontally splayed array has reduced horizontal coverage at lower frequencies due to the line array effect. This also makes it difficult, if not impossible to achieve a consistent response everywhere. The CoLine Loudspeaker System eliminates these problems in a very easy to deploy package. In addition, speaker, processing, and amplifier count are reduced. As a result, overall sound system cost (permanent or temporary) is reduced. Less labor, less time, less equipment, more accurate and even distribution of sound.
Portable or temporary setup time is also reduced because equalization time is reduced. In most cases equalization setup includes;1. flattening the response of the loudspeaker system, 2.adjusting for the compromises created by multiple cabinets, and 3.reducing system output in the frequency range where room reverberation is most excessive.
1. Since the CoLine Loudspeaker system is set for flat power response no time is required to "flatten" the loudspeaker system.
2. Since multiple speakers aren't required with a Coline Loudspeaker system, no time is required to "voice" the loudspeaker system for the interference induced compromises created by multiple speakers.
3. Since the CoLine does not energize the room very much, reducing sound reinforcement output in the range of the rooms maximum reverb time isn't typically required.
As a result of 1, 2 and 3, it should be clear that the CoLine Loudspeaker System reproduces exactly what it is given in a very controlled manner. Sound reproduction accuracy is improved because drastic equalization isn't required to correct for non-loudspeaker issues.
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