ISE 2019: Outline introduces four new loudspeaker designs

New products include the Ki-Series, the MV1CX, which is the latest member of the Cinema Series, V10 and V15 kits, and the Monaco 215 CX
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Italian loudspeaker manufacturer Outline has launched four new loudspeakers at ISE, including the Ki-Series, the MV1CX, the V10, and V15 kits, and the Monaco 215 CX.

The first of the launch is the Ki-Series, an application-flexible compact loudspeaker designed for a variety of installed applications. Both models (the Ki-12 and Ki-10) use internal crossover networks which can maximise efficiency and cost-effectiveness, and have integral mounting points and high SPL capability. They also feature rotatable horns that can be adjusted without disassembling the device.

The MV1CX is the latest member of the Cinema Series family of Outline products. It has a slimline co-axial design, making it ideal as the main system component for smaller cinemas and may also be used as the centre speaker in L-C-R arrangements. It has a small footprint, showcasing side-located reflex ports to eliminate LF-induced screen vibration.

Outline’s V10 and V15 kits are designed for musicians, DJs, presenters, lecturers, entertainers and those who transport and operate their own audio equipment. Comprising either one or two powered subwoofers, which also contain the amplification and processing for the satellite speakers, these portable setups deliver up to 12kW of audio power.

Finally, the Monaco 215 CX contains two 15” LF transducers, one of which features a co-axially-loaded 3” diaphragm compression driver. This full-range enclosure can be driven either passively (by a single amplifier channel) or bi-amped. Ideal for a wide range of small to medium-sized sound reinforcement applications, it is also compatible with various models of Outline subwoofers if further LF extension is required.

Outline has also recently announced the availability of new software (1.8.2) and firmware (V.93) for its Newton processor and proprietary ‘Dashboard’ remote control software.

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