L 41 is a system that was designed to deal with acoustically demanding objects. Column speaker layout provides high vertical control and asymmetrical directs the sound exactly where it supposed to be. Compact enclosure equipped with flying points and speaker stand with adjustable angle combined with smooth design makes L 41 a very universal tool for providing sound reinforcement.
Wide operating frequency range of 65 Hz to 20 kHz combined with high maximum SPL of 132 dB makes it usable event on small concerts when working with additional subwoofer section. L 41 is a good solution for installations as well as for rental companies. Speaker stand socket allow to bend the system up or down using 7 available positions in range from -13,5° to +13,5° .
High dispersion control limits unwanted reflections from ceiling and floor. Construction is using the same idea as a line array system just in a small scale. This way the sound can reach further from the source with smaller SPL decrease. Enclosure made of high grade durable plywood is covered with Poliurea – material with high resistance to impact and scratched.
|Model||L 41 600 ND|
|Frequency range||65 Hz - 20 kHz|
|AES Power||800 W|
|SPL 1 W / 1 m||97 dB|
|Components||LF: 4 x 6” / 1,75” HF: 1" / 1,75”|
|Suspension||(Optional) Suspension points|
|Connectors||2 x Neutrik NL4MP|
|Enclosure|| High grade plywood,
speaker stand socket with adjustable angle
|Finish|| Poliurea, Front covered
with steel grill and foam
|Dimensions||910 x 190 x 220[mm]|
High quality transducers with neodymium magnet allows to reduce overall weight of the construction with no compromise on sound quality. This way the loudspeakers are very easy to move and transport, for improved user’s comfort.
Asymmetrical horns are a solution that provides better dispersion control over listening area. Horn horizontal dispersion depends on the distance from the loudspeaker and angle at which the horn is placed.
With constant directivity horns, the same angle is being applied to both – near and far field. If the angle is correct when radiating toward the closest rows, the beam gets very wide for end rows. This may cause a lot of reflections in arenas.
Therefore asymmetrical horns, provide wide dispersion when radiating toward near field and narrow dispersion when radiating toward end rows. This way the width of the beam changes a lot less then with standard horns and it keeps the sound where is should be.