Community has unveiled three new additions to its R Series loudspeaker range at this year’s ISE Show.
The company says that the two new full-range R-MAX models and R-MAX bass horn offer ‘consistent coverage patterns, smooth frequency response, and very high output levels’, making them ideally suited for sporting venues, race tracks, outdoor theatres, themed entertainment and water parks and high-level voice warning systems.
The 50 x 20 degree (H x V) R2-52MAX features dual 12-inch neodymium LF transducers, dual 2-inch exit MF drivers, and a high sensitivity 1-inch exit HF driver. Its maximum continuous output rating of 135 dB SPL (141 dB Peak) is the highest of any R2-MAX model.
The new R6-51MAX 50 x 10 degree (H x V) uses six 12-inch neodymium LF transducers, six high performance 2-inch exit MF drivers, and six high sensitivity 1-inch exit HF drivers to produce 144 dB (150 dB Peak) maximum continuous SPL over an operating range of 44Hz to 17.5kHz, projecting premium sound quality up to 40 percent further than the company’s R6-51BIAMP model. The new R6-BHMAX bass horn uses six high-power 12-inch LF transducers that provide extended LF response to supplement the R6-51MAX or other full-range R Series loudspeakers.
The R2-52MAX includes a powder-coated steel mounting bracket and all three R-MAX models are fully horn loaded – available with a variety of configure-to-order options, including custom colour.