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Coda unveils ultra-compact N-Ray at ISE

Coda unveils ultra-compact N-Ray at ISE

Coda unveils ultra-compact N-Ray at ISE

Coda Audio has launched N-Ray at ISE 2020, an ultra-compact three-way line array that integrates the benefits of AiRay technology into a more shallow and lightweight enclosure. N-RAY is part of Coda’s latest N-Series, a range of lightweight, compact systems intended to rival much larger and heavier speaker systems.

N-RAY incorporates the very latest in driver and system design technology, delivering twice the power handling and SPL, as well as significantly more low-frequency output, when compared to other systems. It delivers high-fidelity sound with a large dynamic range and extended low-frequency with unlimited flexibility, thanks to its variable horizontal dispersion.

Key to N-RAY’s efficiency is its 6-inch double diaphragm planar wave driver (DDP), dual 6.5-inch neodymium ultra-low distortion low-frequency cone drivers, N-RAY insta-fit magnetic coupler sums and Dynamic Airflow Cooling (DAC) technology. This reportedly ensures exceptionally high sound pressure and low power compression.

Offering a phase linearity similar to AiRAY, a 60Hz-22kHz (-6dB) frequency range and 1,000W power handling, N-RAY has a variable horizontal coverage of 90°, 120° or asymmetric 105°, a linear phase, variable vertical curving – 0°, 1°, 2°, 3° to 12° in 1° steps – and features an integrated three-point rigging system for flown or ground stacked arrays, compatible to SCN-F – 15-inch sensor controlled low-frequency extension.

The line array facilitates system integration with the manufacturer’s LINUS loudspeaker management amplifiers, while a hybrid multiplex/aluminium enclose with Polyurea coating provides durability and water protection.

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