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Atlas Sound Now Shipping 3-Way Dual 12-Inch AH Series Stadium Horns
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Atlas Sound has announced that three new 3-way stadium horn models in the AH Series are now shipping.

The AH Series is designed to provide high-output, full-range paging and musical reproduction at sports complexes, campuses, and other venues.

All three new models, as with the rest of the AH Series, offer weather resistant construction, including UV-resistant molded fiberglass enclosure and a three-stage, corrosion resistant steel mesh filter system that prevents weather and unwanted pests from damaging internal parts.

The 3-way design of the new models all include dual 12-inch woofers, a 1.5-inch-exit compression midrange driver and a 1-inch-exit high frequency driver.  A specially designed crossover provides frequency division and extensive driver protection for each band pass.

All models offer 8-ohm impedance and can be easily bi-amped (LF/MF+HF) by removing an exterior jumper for use with high-powered systems where greater system control and protection is required.

More information on the new models:

40- x 20-degree dispersion
100 Hz—17 kHz frequency response
750 watts RMS power

65- x 65-degree dispersion
100 Hz—17 kHz frequency response
750 watts RMS power

90- x 40-degree dispersion
100 Hz—17 kHz
750 watts RMS power

Atlas Sound

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