WORK PRO AUDIO INTRODUCES SOUNDNUT
New Pendant Speaker For Installation Applications Launched at InfoComm 2018
AV equipment manufacturer WORK PRO AUDIO are unveiling the SoundNut range, a new series of stylish, high-powered pendant loudspeakers for installation applications at InfoComm 2018. The first product in the range, the SN8, a two-way 400W coaxial pendant speaker with an 8-inch bass driver, will be on display at WORK PRO AUDIO’s stand (#C722) during the show.
Like all forthcoming members of the SoundNut range, the SN8 is a high-resistance, high-powered installation speaker (8Ω, 400W, 125dB maximum SPL) designed to faithfully reproduce audio with a flat frequency response from 98 to 19kHz and uniform acoustic coverage across a wide, 90-degree area. The speaker itself features an innovative, frameless and screwless magnetic grille which can be detached in seconds for easy access to the drivers. The housing can also be custom-coloured to blend into its install environment as required, with a choice of colours available for its top section. Weighing just 8kg, 290mm in diameter and standing 365mm tall, the SN8 is a discreet, low-profile choice with the power and durability needed to deliver audio with maximum clarity and intelligibility in any install environment.
“Everyone wants powerful installation speakers, but they have to be as unobtrusive as possible — and, of course, deliver great sound too,” explains Juan Jose Vila, Chief Sales Officer at WORK PRO AUDIO. “Our design team has been working hard to produce the optimum combination, and the result is the new SoundNut range. Speakers that are small and discreet enough to pass for light fittings, especially with the custom-coloured housings — but sufficiently large to deliver the power, dispersion, frequency range and clarity required.
“The SN8 will be on display at InfoComm, but of course this is just the first product in the SoundNut range. We will be announcing further additions to the series in the near future.”
For more information, see www.workpro.es or come to stand C722 during InfoComm.