APS stands for Arrayable Point Source, and is very much a ‘one for all’ box. It’s CODA’s most flexible three-way solution when it comes to medium size applications, and is a true hybrid of point source and line array.
Use APS as a single speaker, a stage fill, or create an entire main hang; and such is the level of its flexibility and scalability, users can achieve repeatable, superior results in small to medium size applications. So anything from DJ and small bands to dance clubs, live venues, theatres, Houses of Worship, and even small stadiums.
Sound designers often use several different loudspeaker systems to meet their challenges, or get the specific sonic results they’re after. Take theatre as an example: there are often so many dynamics and cues that audio coverage can quickly flip from super-wide to extremely focused, with varying SPLs. Using APS, the point source provides the flexible coverage, and hanging the boxes provides more SPL and dispersion options, so there is no need for multiple systems – APS has it all covered. It’s smart, it’s elegant, and it’s very simple.
Add to this the APS-SUB, which goes down to 28 Hz, and you have a fully integrated solution for DSP control, amplification, I/O audio routing, network remote control, and diagnostics.
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