WorxAudio TrueLine M80X1-P Syracuse NY

Many peope in Syracuse have used WorxAudio TrueLine M80X1-P. This is an individual line array module that can be used in multiples to create the correctly proportioned line array cluster to meet the size of the venue.

Salina Electronics Supply Company
(315) 422-2336
991 Canal St
Syracuse, NY
 
Dykes Radio & Television Service
(315) 475-1957
905 S Salina St
Syracuse, NY
 
Rent A Center
(315) 425-7566
344 N Salina St
Syracuse, NY
 
Integrated Services Company
(315) 454-9040
308 E Molloy Rd
Syracuse, NY
 
Jac Electronic Systems
(315) 278-2729
117 E Brighton Ave
Syracuse, NY
 
Arcom Labs
(315) 422-1230
185 Ainsley Dr
Syracuse, NY
 
Down to Earth Electronics Incorporated
(315) 445-2770
2606 Erie Blvd E
Syracuse, NY
 
Swift Instrumentation
(315) 463-0554
Po Box 643
Syracuse, NY
 
Right Choice Sales & Leasing
(315) 475-4906
600 N State St
Syracuse, NY
 
Geddes TV Sales & Service
(315) 487-3305
1015 State Fair Blvd
Syracuse, NY
 

WorxAudio TrueLine M80X1-P

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Source: Pro AV MAGAZINE
Publication date: January 23, 2009

By Paul Boone

Paul Boone is president of Boone Audio and Video, Burlington N.C. The company is a design/build firm specializing in the house of worship market. It also handles projects in education and corporate arenas.

MY PICK: WorxAudio Technologies TrueLine M80X1-P self-powered install line array

PRICING: $3,250

WHAT I LIKE ABOUT IT: This is an individual line array module that can be used in multiples to create the correctly proportioned line array cluster to meet the size of the venue. This loudspeaker system provides broad, controlled 160-degree horizontal dispersion throughout a full frequency range extending from 60 Hz to 20 kHz. The loudspeaker is self-powered and features fully captive rigging hardware that is controlled in 1-degree increments for precise aiming. This makes the system easy to setup and install.

WHAT I WOULD CHANGE: This loudspeaker would benefit from the inclusion of a digital input that could interface with the latest generation of digital mixing consoles for the purpose of having a cleaner, more streamlined interface that avoids unnecessary A/D and D/A conversions. Further, a software interface for use with a laptop computer would enable our engineers to check system calibration and test components.

> Paul Boone

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