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Fulcrum Acoustic Debuts Two New Loudspeaker Series

Fulcrum’s CX1294 install loudspeakerFulcrum Acoustic, an audio technology company in the professional sound reinforcement market, today announced the availability of two new loudspeaker product lines: the TQ Install series and the Prophile series. The TQ Install series is a versatile family of loudspeakers intended to satisfy a broad range of installation needs. Prophile products are intended for high output, wide bandwidth music reinforcement/reproduction in architecturally sensitive spaces, where restricted ceiling height or sightline obstructions are a concern.

Both product lines harness the power of Temporal EQ (TQ) to provide exception sound quality. Using TQ methodology, advanced signal processing capabilities are folded into the design process from the very beginning. The result is a stunning array of products that offer dramatically improved fidelity, output, and pattern control in relatively small enclosures.

The CX/DX family is the first of the TQ Install series. Eight different products, all based on coaxial designs, provide 90 x 45 degrees or 60 x 45 degrees horn patterns and 12 inch or 15 inch woofers. A newly designed coaxial transducer/horn assembly, along with TQ™ processing, alleviates the problems previously associated with coaxial approaches.

The Prophile series provides high output, high fidelity solutions for the most discerning users. The horizontal enclosures allow for installation in facilities where quality of amplified music is important, but ceiling height is limited. Prophile series are carefully crafted to fit into highly finished architectural spaces without compromising aesthetics or sightlines.

For more information about these products, Temporal EQ, or Fulcrum’s new approach to coaxial systems, please visit http://www.fulcrum-acoustic.com.

About Fulcrum Acoustic
Founded in 2008, Fulcrum Acoustic seeks to advance the state-of-the-art for the professional sound reinforcement market. Fulcrum develops new methods that improve the performance of audio equipment by combining advanced signal processing techniques, never previously used in audio, with solid electro-acoustical design principles.

With Fulcrum, company founders David Gunness, Stephen Siegel, and Chris Alfiero continue to build on decades of combined professional expertise. Together, the principals have effected change and innovation for a variety of professional sound companies, including Electro-Voice (EV) and Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW). Through the course of many products and projects, they developed a shared vision for advanced DSP algorithms to achieve results not possible through electro-mechanical solutions alone.

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