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Martin Audio Launches MLA Touring System
Intended to deliver coverage and consistency not previously possible.
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Martin Audio will debut its MLA Multi-cellular Loudspeaker Array at InfoComm 2010.

The MLA delivers coverage and consistency previously not possible with traditional touring line arrays thanks to a breakthrough cellular array design.

Martin Audio R&D Director Jason Baird explains: “Our primary aim with MLA was to take the guesswork out of daily system design and enable the engineer’s mix to be delivered throughout an audience with a degree of precision, consistency and repeatability not possible with traditional line arrays.”

“Based on the amazingly consistent results we experienced right from ‘switch on’ during the system’s recent German tour, we are even more convinced that MLA is a game-changing product.”

The multi-cellular format has six individual cells in each enclosure, each with its own DSP and powering capability.

Each 24-enclosure array has 144 cells––too great a number to optimize manually or by ear. Martin Audio’s Display 2.0 system design software automatically calculates FIR DSP filters for each cell and a redundant-ring audio network (U-NET) downloads the settings into each array enclosure. Martin’s VU-NET software provides real time control and monitoring of the system.

MLA features an even frequency response and SPL over audience areas; a high system output (140dB peak, per cabinet @1m); Automatic optimization of array, both physically (splay angles) and electronically (DSP); Computer control and monitoring of the entire system, and total control of sound system balance for engineers and sound technicians.

Additional features include 90° x 7.5° dispersion; a compact size (1136mm wide x 372mm high x 675mm deep), one-box-fits-all (festivals to theaters) application range and a global voltage, power factor corrected power supply.

MLA’s compact size and high output allow it to be shipped using less space, offering considerable savings and reducing its carbon footprint.

The system also includes an MLX powered, flyable subwoofer capable of an unprecedented peak output of 150dB @ 1m, an MLD downfill cabinet and Merlin 4-in/10-out system controller and network hub. Audio input is via analog, AES3 or U-NET.

Martin Audio Website


Comment (1)
Posted by clement latimer  on  09/19/10  at  01:37 AM
So far matin audio has the best sound basing on the out put of its bass bims
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