By PSW Staff • January 31, 2010 The ISP Technolgies HDL 3112 line array At the 2010 Winter NAMM show, ISP Technologies highlighted the recently released HDL 3112, a three-way, small-format, self-powered line array system incorporating three high-frequency drivers with neodymium magnets and 1.75-inch non-metallic diaphragms that deliver a smooth, pleasant high-frequency signature. A large-format mid-range compression driver covers the upper MF band, eliminating the “cone breakup” of typical cone drivers, enhancing clarity and dynamics. A single 12-inch neodymium driver handles LF, with all three sections driven by proprietary high current DCAT amplification (800 watts RMS total power). The HDL 3112 is an 8-degree vertical box for long throw applications and is also available in a 15-degree near-field downfill cabinet. By using a larger woofer and a taller box than typical 2 x 8 boxes, a longer line is formed from an equal number of boxes, resulting in better LF and low mid pattern control. The HDL 3112 crosses over at 700 Hz from the woofer cones to the mid-range compression driver. The result is more consistent mid-range over wider angles, better pattern control, better projection, and far greater clarity on the voice and instruments. In addition, the boxes are carefully designed with the aid of ISP’s proprietary LINESIM simulation program to enhance smooth response at all frequencies and listening positions. HDL 3112 Data (Per Box) LF Driver: 1 x 12 inch, very high sensitivity, neo magnet, flex loaded MF Driver: 1 x 3 inch compression, very low moving mass, horn loaded, poly diaphragms Coverage: 8 V x 110 H Splay Angles: 15 V x 110 H TBD Frequency Response: 68 Hz (4 boxes) to 17 kHz Construction: Baltic birch plywood Dimensions: 30 inches W x 14.1 inches H x 20.6 inches D Weight: 85 pounds Amplifier: 800 Watts RMS, 3 channels, high current DCAT, fan cooled Power Required: 5 Amps x 120 VAC Crossover: Outboard digital processor required which is capable of 3-way crossover Rigging: 16 boxes @ 7:1 safety factor, aluminum alloy ISP Technologies Website Comments Have something to say about this PSW content? Leave a comment! Cancel reply Scroll past the ”Post Comment” button below to view any existing comments. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Tagged with: Compact ISP Line Arrays · all topics Subscribe to Live Sound International Subscribe to Live Sound International magazine. Stay up-to-date, get the latest pro audio news, products and resources each month with Live Sound. Subscribe Today!