Compact Line Array Launches at ISE Europe

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Compact Line Array Launches at ISE Europe

NEXO chose ISE Europe in February for the launch of the

GEO M10 line array

. The new high-output sound reinforcement system has been developed for long-throw theater and live music applications. The GEO M10 system is a powerful package and twice as powerful as its sister GEO M6 compact line array launched two years ago. While the M10 maintains a similar design, the larger M10 cabinet draws on structural and acoustic innovations first released in the groundbreaking NEXO STM Series modular line array, particularly the STM M28. There are two versions of the M10 cabinet, offering 12.5° and 25° of vertical dispersion. Both have 80°/120° horizontal dispersion which can be configured manually by removing the magnetic grill and adjusting the company’s innovative flange fixing system. The M10 enclosure has been named such for its single 10” neodymium LF driver, paired with a 1.4” HF titanium diaphragm HF driver. The 2-way passive module will deliver a frequency response of 59Hz-20kHz and nominal peak SPL of 131dB. There are several advantages to the use of a single 10” driver; a much lower frequency response from a 2-way cabinet; and the cabinet’s narrow profile and height provides for tighter inter-cabinet angles. “With the launch of the GEO M10, NEXO has produced a contemporary design using a single 10” driver, delivering an unprecedented ratio of LF response for this class of mid-size line array,” states Marc Lopez, director of marketing Commercial Audio Products, Yamaha Professional Audio. “The overall success of the GEO product line will ensure the M10 will follow suit in North America.”




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