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Alcons introduces ultra-slim pro-ribbon CR1 AV sound system

Alcons introduces the ultra-slim pro-ribbon CR1 AV sound systemThe CR1 is an ultra-compact 3-way sound system, designed to provide medium output, high quality cinema and A/V sound reproduction. It is recommended for cinema theatres, screening rooms, board-rooms, dubbing stages, as well as surround sound recording and Home Theatres / residential sound systems.

The ultra-shallow enclosure design of only 18cm/7-in. provides for very flexible mounting in even the smallest spaces behind the screen. It can be stacked, wall-mounted, or even flown, with a weight of only 29,8 Kg / 65.6lb.

Featuring a 4? pro-ribbon driver for HF, a Neodymium 6.5? vented mid-range driver and Neodymium 12? side-vented woofer, the system’s frequency response is 45Hz – 20.000Hz (-3dB) with a dynamic range of up to 128dB.

Alcons’ proprietary and multiple-patented RBN401 pro-ribbon driver offers non-compressed sound reproduction from 1.000Hz. to 20.000Hz; With a peak power handling of 800W, the RBN401 delivers crystal clear sound reproduction with digital-media dynamics.
Alcons’ proprietary and patented “Real-90? horizontal dispersion widens the stereo experience for far left and right seated audience substantially.

The HF section is mounted on a swivel bracket for adjustable precise projection. The dimensions of the waveguide of the HF section have been kept minimal to combine projection control with a reduced effect of screen reflection (sound bouncing back from the screen into the waveguide).

The CR1 is completely passive-filtered with a system impedance of 4 ohms; This offers economic powering from only one channel of ALC2 amplified loudspeaker controller. The relatively low impedance is enabled by the ALC’s Signal Integrity Sensing™ circuit; This dynamic circuit actively compensates the impedance effects of long speaker cables. SIS™ also further reduces (filter) distortion.

For full system performance, the CR1 is designed to be used in combination with an ALC amplifier/controller. Driven by the ALC, the CR1 delivers maximum sound quality with significantly increased headroom under dedicated equalisation and inaudible (power and excursion) protection (SDP circuit).

More information can be found on www.alconsaudio.com or www.digitalcinemaready.com

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