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Axiom unveils high-output stage monitor

Axiom unveils high-output stage monitor

Axiom unveils high-output stage monitor

The CXL12A is a coaxial stage monitor designed specifically for live sound, although the compact, low-profile enclosure also makes it suitable for theatre, TV, corporate and HOW applications. The monitor combines a high-performance coaxial transducer, a carefully designed cabinet and “powerful electronics” to provide very high SPL before feedback.

The transducer’s coaxial design is said to offer a stable acoustical pattern in both the horizontal and vertical axes. The compact, single magnet neodymium motor reduces the delay between the two sources to help eliminate time and phase problems, and promotes high performance with a consistent weight reduction.

The high-frequency range is reproduced by a low-distortion compression driver equipped with a 1.7-inch aluminium voice coil and polyimide diaphragm. The custom-designed horn provides a controlled dispersion of 50° x 70° (HxV), allowing consistent off-axis coverage.

The 12-inch woofer employed in the reproduction of the low-frequency range is equipped with a 2.5-inch voice coil. Thanks to a special treatment process that makes the cone water repellent, the CXL12A is able to perform in adverse weather conditions and is therefore suitable for outdoor use.

The reduced size of the Baltic birch cabinet and the reduced weight are said to make the cabinet easy to transport and position onstage. A convenient dual-angle pole holder allows the CXL12A to be mounted on a standard speaker stand for it to be used as a multipurpose FOH loudspeaker. The cabinet can be positioned with two different angles to the floor (35° and 50°) so it can be placed at differing distances from the musicians according to the size of the stage and the kind of monitoring needed.

System processing is based on the Core LT DSP platform designed by Proel’s R&D laboratories, featuring high-performance signal processing and high-definition 24-bit converters. The Core LT DSP makes it possible to set an optimal time alignment for the crossover filter resulting in a linear phase response. The correct acoustic filtering has been achieved using the Constant Power Crossover technique that, thanks to a particular phase relation, is said to result in a very smooth transition between LF and HF and an even dispersion in the crossover region.



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