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Coda gains a sibling

Coda gains a sibling

Coda gains a sibling

The N-APS has been designed for smaller venues and corporate events

The N-APS is described by Coda Audio as the supercharged smaller sibling of the APS system and includes new patented technologies in an even smaller box. Whereas the APS arrayable point source was intended for small- and medium-sized venues, the N-APS has been designed for smaller venues and corporate events and is said to provide an unobtrusive solution with a high power-to-weight ratio.

The N-APS Instafit Magnetic Coupler sums the energy from all transducers to perform as a single source, without any phase destruction. The N-APS is phase-linear, which means there is no need to apply destructive processing when combining different elements in complex systems. Available in 60°, 90°, 120° or asymmetrical horizontal coverage, the N-APS also includes a Ring Diaphragm Curved wave driver to reduce distortion and allow more than one N-APS to work together as a single cabinet. Four aluminium shorting rings reportedly reduce induction variation, minimise intermodulation distortion and reduce thermal compression.

To complement the release of the N-APS, Coda has added the N-SUB, a compact 15-inch, high-output subwoofer weighing 28kg. It has a high power handling of 1,500W, a maximum SPL of 139dB (peak) and reaches lows of 30Hz. The sub comes with system integration with Linus DSP amplifiers and integrated one-pin rigging compatible with the N-APS for flyable or ground-stacked bass arrays. The N-SUB is equipped with a long excursion, 15-inch ultra-low distortion driver and a 4-inch voice coil to reportedly ensure ultra linear excursion at a consistent magnetic force.

Both products benefit from the manufacturer’s Dynamic Airflow Cooling technology. Aluminium vents are optimised to increase thermal capacity. The technology is also said to improve heat dissipation, increasing the power handling and the maximum sound pressure of the system.

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