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FBT Showcases New Mitus 206 LA Compact, Self-Powered Line Array At 2010 Winter NAMM

Can be configured using the new flyable Mitus 212 FSA active subwoofer or ground stacked on the Mitus 121 SA and 118 SA powered subwoofers

By PSW Staff January 31, 2010

The new FBT Mitus 206 LA line array

Showcased at the 2010 Winter NAMM show, the FBT Mitus 206 LA is a two-way, compact, self-powered line array system with extended performance in the mid and high frequencies.

Intended for small to medium sized applications, and with multiple cabinet line arrays to single pole-mounted loudspeakers, the Mitus 206 LA is equipped with 2 x 6.5-inch B&C neodymium woofers and a 1.4-inch-exit B&C neodymium compression driver mounted on a 100-degree (H) waveguide.

It also incorporates a class D amplifier design, with digital signal processing, that delivers 600 watts (RMS) to the LF and 300 watts (RMS) to the HF. A strong but light-weight switch mode power supply provides high reliability.

The Mitus 206 LA enclosure is constructed from high-impact polypropylene and incorporates integrated line array rigging hardware. The maximum vertical dispersion of each module is 10 degrees, depending on the number of elements combined in the array.

A rigid metal grille backed by a foam protects the transducers from wear.

It can be configured using the new flyable Mitus 212 FSA (2 x 12-inch) active subwoofer or ground stacked on the Mitus 121 SA (1 x 21-inch) and 118 SA (1 x 18-inch) powered subwoofers.

FBT Website


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