Fishman Amplification’s first appearance at InfoComm for the 2009 show in Orlando saw the company unveil the new Solo Performance System, which weighs less than 25 pounds and provides a versatile all-in-one portable P.A.
The Solo Performance System is based on a compact line array loudspeaker design that provides wide horizontal dispersion and deeper sound penetration than traditional point source systems and amplifiers.
With this system, solo performers can project their presentations with a full, wide sound (150-degree horizontal, 40-degree vertical dispersion).
It comes with a digital (Class D) power amplifier capable of producing 220 watts (115 dB SPL Max @ 1 meter), the system features six 4-inch ultra-high excursion drivers, a 1-inch soft dome neodymium tweeter, and servo power amp implementation that eliminate the need for subwoofers. Frequency response is specified at 80 Hz – 20 kHz.
Designed to be carried in one hand and provide instant set up, the Solo Performance System features two XLR and quarter-inch input channels with three-band EQ, phantom power and high-quality preamps that accept a wide range of input sources—from acoustic instruments to microphones and line level sources.
Each channel also offers independent reverb level, effect loop, mp3 inputs, and phase and notch filters to fight feedback.
Other useful features include four digital reverb effects; Monitor Input/Output for onstage ensemble monitoring, an Auxiliary stereo input with level control; Balanced XLR D.I. outputs for both channels, plus main mix; a set-break Mute button and universal voltage for worldwide operation.
The Solo Performance System ships complete with a padded carry bag and stand.
(Be sure to visit PSW’s 2009 InfoComm New Product Gallery.)