By PSW Staff • January 31, 2010 The new Spectr Audio LS363M line array (larger image below) Unveiled at the 2010 Winter NAMM show, the new Spectr Audio LS636M is an excellent blend of independent chamber design and high-output drivers. It is outfitted two 6-inch woofers with 2-inch voice coils and a 3-inch compression driver mounted to a wide coverage waveguide. The high output and wide coverage of the LS636M means fewer elements are needed to accomplish the necessary SPL and coverage. The LS636M has three independent chambers for true three-way performance. The chambers are acoustically sealed, allowing each of the three driver sections to work without interference from the others. The hardware section of the LS636M can be adjusted by 10 degrees in 1-degree increments between elements and 5 degrees in 1-degree increments between element and subwoofer. Features: * 120-degree Horizontal Coverage * High-Efficiency Neodymium Drivers * 3 Independent Chambers * Rapid Change Cartridge * Ergonomic Flying Hardware * Ground Stackable up to 6 Elements * Compact and Light Design * Ultra High-Output Configuration Specifications: MF:1 x 6-inch Neo with 2-inch voice coil LF: 1 x 6-inch Neo with 2-inch voice coil HF: 1 x 3-inch Neo CD 1.4-inch throat Coverage (HxV): 120-degree x 10-degree Frequency Response: 78 Hz – 18 kHz Max SPL 1m: LF/MF: 126.8 dB HF: 135.8 dB Max long term SPL: LF/MF: 126.8 dB HF: 135.8 dB Sensitivity: LF/MF: 97 dB HF: 109 dB Nominal Power: LF/MF: 150 W HF: 150 W Continuous Power: LF/MF: 300 W HF: 300 W Nominal Impedance: LF/MF:8Ω HF:16Ω Internal Crossover/Biamp: Bi-amp or Tri-amp Connectors: Dual Neutrik NL4 Finish Options: GigArmor/Textured Paint Finish Colors: Black | White | Custom Hardware: Rigging Hardware w/ 10-degree increments Handles: 2 (1 on each side) Material: 18mm Calibrated Baltic Birch WxHxD (inch): 25 inches x 8.4 inches x 11.8 inches Net Weight: 44 pounds Spectr Audio 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 Your email address will not be published.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: Line Arrays Spectr Audio · 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!