CODA Audio has launched its new ultra-compact 2-way Arrayable Point Source N-APS at this year’s InfoComm exhibition in Orlando.
The hi-fidelity N-APS is designed to deliver large dynamic range, increased flexibility and variable horizontal directivity for small to medium size venues.
N-APS is effectively the supercharged smaller sibling of CODA Audio’s APS system, and includes technologies such as the RDC Driver (Ring Diaphragm curved-wave-driver), Dynamic Air Cooling (DAC) and Instafit Magnetic Coupler. DAC technology dramatically improves heat dispersion, doubling the power handling and maximum SPL capability compared to a conventionally cooled system.
With a single quick release button, N-APS allows the user to easily change its unique Instafit Magnetic Coupler (available in 60°, 90°, 120°or asymmetrical horizontal coverage) enabling the required dispersion characteristics to be achieved without the use of any tools.
Complementing the launch of N-APS, CODA Audio also introduces N-SUB, a compact 15”high output subwoofer that reaches as low as 30Hz. Like N-APS, N-SUB benefits from DAC which allows it to reach high SPLs whilst staying completely cool.
CODA Audio can be found at InfoComm at Booth #7267 with demonstrations taking place in room #W232C.