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L-Acoustics to Unveil Syva Segment Source at ISE 2017
France – L-Acoustics has announced the launch of Syva, a new format, high power speaker system which features six medium-frequency and three high-frequency speakers in a sleek J-shaped progressive curvature format. The groundbreaking transducer arrangement called segment source (patent pending ) produces an H/V 140° x 26° (+5/-21°) directivity pattern that is optimised for exceptional surface coverage and 35 metres of throw.
Syva is an outstanding choice for corporate events, fashion and trade shows, as well as for sound reinforcement in amphitheatres and performing arts centres. The modern, sleek design will make it an attractive option for houses of worship as well as intimate settings such as home cinemas or lounge bars.
Syva can be accompanied by the Syva Low high power subwoofer or Syva Sub infra extension to achieve a 142dB max SPL. Its companion Syva Low enclosure features two K2-grade 12” drivers designed to provide low frequency contour and extended bandwidth down to 40Hz. Similarly Syva Sub features one KS28-grade 12” driver, to further extend the bandwidth of the system in the infrasound domain down to 27Hz. One LA4X amplified controller can drive up to four Syva enclosures.
Syva can be wall- or pole-mounted, as well as flown, or used alone with its baseplate. Alternatively, Syva can be rapidly mounted on top of Syva Low or Syva Sub using the AutoConnect plug-and-play audio and physical link. A RAL color program allows Syva to melt into any architecture.
“The introduction of Syva is a landmark for L-Acoustics,” says Stéphane Ecalle, director of marketing at L-Acoustics. “Syva is a new breed of sound system combining the benefits of line source technology with a plug-and-play approach, in a sleek design, tailor-made for places where elegance and discretion are paramount.”
The Syva system will be on display at the L-Acoustics booth #7-X220 at ISE in Amsterdam from 7th to 10th February and first orders are expected to be shipped in early June 2017.
2nd February 2017
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