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Alcons introduces Cinemarray sound system

March 19, 2014

Alcons Audio is introducing Cinemarray™, a new, fully scalable cinema sound system designed to meet all requirements of current and future digital-cinema sound formats and content.

The modular design of Cinemarray gives it unlimited scalability. The adjustable inter-cabinet splay angles offer precise projection control, to direct the sound so that the audience in front and the audience in the back have exactly the same sound experience.

By implementing line-source technology throughout the entire system, the normal (-6dB step) reduction of SPL coverage from front to rear is reduced, dramatically improving the cinema experience for the audience further away from the screen.

The driver arrangement of the CRA30 consists of a triple RBN401 pro-ribbon HF driver array, three vented 6.5” mid-range drivers and two vented 15” woofers with low power-compression 4” voice-coil design.

The absence of a “compression threshold” creates the same tonal balance from the lowest to the highest sound-pressure level, while the patented “Real-90” horizontal dispersion of the RBN401 ensures a wide stereo experience throughout the auditorium.

Cinemarray systems have already been installed in CinemaxX in Mannheim, Germany; Oslokino Colosseum in Olso, Norway, and EYE Filminstitute and Pathé Tuschinksi in Amsterdam, Netherlands. More information may be found at www.cinemarray.com.


Alcons introduces Cinemarray sound system

March 19, 2014

Alcons Audio is introducing Cinemarray™, a new, fully scalable cinema sound system designed to meet all requirements of current and future digital-cinema sound formats and content.

The modular design of Cinemarray gives it unlimited scalability. The adjustable inter-cabinet splay angles offer precise projection control, to direct the sound so that the audience in front and the audience in the back have exactly the same sound experience.

By implementing line-source technology throughout the entire system, the normal (-6dB step) reduction of SPL coverage from front to rear is reduced, dramatically improving the cinema experience for the audience further away from the screen.

The driver arrangement of the CRA30 consists of a triple RBN401 pro-ribbon HF driver array, three vented 6.5” mid-range drivers and two vented 15” woofers with low power-compression 4” voice-coil design.

The absence of a “compression threshold” creates the same tonal balance from the lowest to the highest sound-pressure level, while the patented “Real-90” horizontal dispersion of the RBN401 ensures a wide stereo experience throughout the auditorium.

Cinemarray systems have already been installed in CinemaxX in Mannheim, Germany; Oslokino Colosseum in Olso, Norway, and EYE Filminstitute and Pathé Tuschinksi in Amsterdam, Netherlands. More information may be found at www.cinemarray.com.

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