NEXO R&D has used the advanced DSP power of the digital NX242 TDcontroller to develop an extremely compact and highly efficient method for controlling the dispersion of very large acoustical waves. The CD18 uses a pair of long excursion neodymium 18″ drivers, two amplifier channels and two channels of DSP processing to generate a cardioid or super-cardioid pattern with up to -15dB of attenuation at the rear. Yet, the enclosure is no larger than is required for proper loading of the transducers. CD18’s deliver high-impact subbass energy to the audience while keeping very low frequencies away from open microphones and reflective/reverberant surfaces. The end result is a much more controlled and coherent foundation for the mix, as compared with conventional subwoofers.
- Unique directional sub-bass with cardioid or supercardioid pattern keeps sub-bass energy away from open microphones
- 120°x 120°dispersion, usable output from 29 Hz to 180 Hz
- Dual-ported 18″ woofers fire in opposite directions and are driven in reverse polarity.
- Requires NX241 Digital TDController and two amplifier channels: each woofer is processed individually
- Internally braced Baltic Birch cabinet minimises in-band resonances
- Available in structured black coating or dark grey carpet covering
- Integrated flying system for use with curvedvertical tangent arrays of GEO T Series modules
- Cabinets designed for stable gound stacking