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The CUE FOUR is an ultra compact, low profile 3-way monitor built for the stage. It benefits from double 8″ neodymium woofer and 1.4″ coaxial compression driver, loaded by an asymmetrical 60° x 55° + 40° elliptical waveguide.
As an artist, what you’re looking for out of a stage monitor is volume, clarity, and feel, and the technology in this box provides all of this and more, mainly thanks to its powerful neodymium woofers and compression driver: feedback is extremely minimal, integrated hardware provides increased dispersion, and the low end frequency response is immense. This entirely unique loudspeaker technology offers a perfectly coherent wavefront with no hot spots in sight, resulting in precise directivity and uniform coverage, providing perfect time alignment between the components.
Due to the low crossover point the coaxial ring diaphragm driver ensures exceptional speech intelligibility and simultaneously high gain-before-feedback. The CUE FOUR can be operated either in 1-way passive or 2-way bi-amp mode. The advanced design aligns the acoustical centres of the transducers to produce a single point source. This unique loudspeaker technology provides a coherent wave front without hot spots. Precise directivity ensures uniform coverage with perfect time alignment between the components.
The reduction in physical size and weight as well as its elegant cable connection at the bottom of the cabinet make the CUE FOUR particularly useful in applications where visual restrictions in placement play their part. Thanks to the integrated feet, the dispersion angle can be increased by 5 degrees.
M6 threaded points complete the possibilities with optional accessories and allow placement in specific applications such as TV studios, theatres, cinemas, etc.
CUE FOUR has been designed to work exclusively with CODA Audio LINUS DSP Amplifiers with Loudspeaker Management as an integrated solution for DSP, amplification, network remote control, optimal performance, protection, as well as extensive possibilities for system tuning and monitoring.