PL+S 2017: CODA Audio introduces Arrayable Point Source System

Sarah Sharples 5 April 2017
PL+S 2017: CODA Audio introduces Arrayable Point Source System

CODA Audio launched its new 3-way Arrayable Point Source System (APS) in Frankfurt. Combining the user-friendliness of a point source with the arrayability of a line array, APS is a revolutionary approach to reinforcement systems for medium-sized applications, the company says.

APS addresses the limitations of traditional point source systems by offering unprecedented flexibility and performance standards. The truth is that in many medium sized applications, point source solutions cannot provide enough sound pressure whilst a line array might be over-sized and expensive, says CODA Audio.

The main element of the system is the 2 x 10″ 3-way arrayable APS loudspeaker and completing the picture is the APS-SUB an 18″ high output compact subwoofer. Driven by CODA LINUS amplification, both APS and APS-SUB are easily ground-stacked or flown.

Prolight + Sound also saw CODA introduce its new T-RACK amplification products. Each T-RACK comprises 3 x LINUS14 – a 4-channel DSP, Network, Comparator and Amplifier.

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