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A narrow and slanted Vue

A narrow and slanted Vue

A narrow and slanted Vue

Vue Audiotechnik has extended its h-Class family with the introduction of the h-8N, a narrow dispersion sibling to the h-8, and the hm-108A precision slant stage monitor.

Both new models feature the manufacturer’s VueDrive electronics with DSP programmed specifically for each transducer/cabinet pairing, and built-in, dual-channel, Class-D amplification. They are each designed to maintain the same aesthetic look as their h-Class brothers and sisters, including grill and handle surrounds finished with the manufacturer’s signature two-part coat of transparent, candy-apple red over a black base.

The h-8N offers 60° of coverage. Its driver setup is identical to that of the h-8, with an 8-inch transducer and a neodymium compression driver that are complemented on the high frequencies with a response beyond 25kHz by a Truextent beryllium diaphragm at the system’s core.

Meanwhile, the hm-108A, which includes the same 8-inch transducer and beryllium-infused compression driver as the h-8 and h-8N, is designed for critical foldback applications such as in theatres and for reinforcing choirs.

The h-Class isn’t the only Vue family to welcome a new arrival, as the al-12 line array clan increases in size with the addition of the al-12SB flyable subwoofer. The al-12SB has been designed to deliver ‘well-defined, low-frequency reproduction to below 35Hz’. Its rigging options include the ability to be suspended above or behind al-12 cabinets in an assortment of configurations, such as cardioid arrangements, and as the base of a ground-stacked al-12 array. al-12SBs can also be deployed as a standalone sub array in a variety of flown or ground-stacked configurations.

Inside the al-12SB is a pair of specially designed 18-inch transducers and a large neodymium magnetic structure with 5-inch voice coils.

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