Ferrite additions to Flashline Monitors

Ferrite additions to Flashline Monitors

Published:

Turbosound has upped the number of available Flashline Monitors to six with a pair of ferrite driver models. The TFX122M-AN and TFX152M-AN join the existing four powered and switchable passive/bi-amp 12-inch and 15-inch neodymium wedges in the range. The new 12-inch and 15-inch additions are also slightly lower powered, featuring 1,100W of peak power from an integrated Class-D amplifier as opposed to the 1,400W from their neodymium siblings. A further difference can be found with the dome compression driver. For the new models these are in the form of 1-inch titanium tweeters, whereas the original four use 1.4-inch neodymium units.

Aside from this, the specifications are very similar. As with the rest of the range, both new models have a nominal dispersion of 60-degrees horizontal by 40-degrees vertical and feature DSP from fellow Music Group brand, Klark Teknik. The whole family of wedges have been designed to work individually without a controller so feature a user interface via LCD display or remote control via Turbosound’s PC Edit software, while connectivity is again via Music Group’s Ultranet digital audio network.

www.turbosound.com

Related Articles

ADAM raises a new flagship

Published:

Amphion heads out on the road

Published:

Dynaudio lays out the Evidence

Published:

Klang:fabrik adds Madi

Published:

Eve monitors Korean producer

Published:

ASIA

KRK updates V-Series

Published:

Mackie extends lows with ELP

Published:

UE Pro unveils a new flagship

Published:

Knowledge Centre

DWR presents MA Intermediate Training - Durban
Calendar
DWR presents MA Intermediate Training - Durban

to

Map 199 Percy Osborn Road, Morningside, Durban

more

Published:

WORLD

How to rig a Focus Venue stack

Take a first look at our upcoming modular Line Array - Focus Venue - and learn how to rig it. Learn more about Fohhn Beam Steering Technology: www.fohhn.com

more »


4K and Beyond: Technical Challenges and Opportunities - Atlona

pdf - PDF

Published:

WORLD

4K and Beyond: Technical Challenges and Opportunities - Atlona

When high-definition TVs (HD or 1080p) first entered the market, only three HDTV channels were available. Fast forward five years, the number of channels grew to 40. Today, over 20 years since the HD breakthrough, most streamed content is available …

more »


Our
Magazines

Subscribe to our magazines

If you would like to subscribe to one or more of our magazines please click on the SUBSCRIBE button to take you to our registration page.

Pro Audio Asia - July - August 2017
Pro Audio Asia
Pro Audio MEA - July - August 2017
Pro Audio MEA
Worship AVL - July - August 2017
Worship AVL