LINE ARRAY LOUDSPEAKER SYSTEMS
SOUND QUALITY • UNEQUALLED VERSATILITY
The STLA/9 and STXLA/9 use advanced technology and application-driven
engineering to bring vertical arrays closer to the ultimate
reference point (reality) in demanding environments. Fully
integrated electro-acoustic systems with all elements optimized
deliver superior fidelity and coverage. Wherever the venue
is appropriate for a highpowered vertical array, a high-power
3-way STLA/9 or STXLA/9 line array is the logical choice for
demanding designers, operators and audiences.
STXLA/9 Line Array Loudspeaker Modules
The self-powered STLA/9 and the non-powered STXLA/9 are the
basic building blocks in the Renkus-Heinz STLA and STXLA Series
of line arrays. Their unique design allows arrays of all sizes
to be simply assembled and quickly installed safely and securely.
Co-Entrant Transducers & Isophasic Plane Wave
STLA and STXLA line array modules are based on the new CDT1.5
high output CoEntrant driver with an advanced 6.5" carbon
fiber cone and a unique neodymium HF driver with a 2.5"
voice coil and Titanium diaphragm. Two CDT1.5’s are
arranged vertically on individual Plane Wave Generator lenses
with Path Length Equalization Technology, both feeding a common
waveguide. This configuration maintains line array source
coupling through the mid/high crossover for improved directivity
in the vertical plane and a coherent wavefront throughout
the mid and high frequencies. The combination of a single
mid and high-frequency waveguide with closely spaced woofers
creates consistent horizontal coverage from 200 Hz to 18 kHz.
has developed unique technologies to optimize line array module
performance. The CDT1.5 is a co-entrant driver that integrates
a 6.5-inch carbon fiber cone and a 2.5 inch voice coil titanium
compression driver. The output of this high output wideband
point source is shaped by our Isophasic Plane Wave Generator
with Path Length Equalization Technology to approximate a
plane wave (less than 1/8 wavelength curvature).
Vertical arrays radiate a continuous midrange and high frequency
wavefront whose curvature is the same as that of the array.
This enables the designer to control dispersion over an extraordinarily
wide range – 250 Hz to 20 kHz – by varying the
curvature of the array. Horizontal dispersion is also important:
many line array modules produce a narrowing through the mid
range transition from the woofers to the high frequency section.
The unique design of the
STLA and STXLA modules avoids this by controlling horizontal
dispersion from 350 Hz – 20 kHz using a common horn
flare. This horn flare can be replaced in the field: 60°,
90° and 120° patterns are available to suit different
venues or different sections of the vertical array. Because
there is no separate midrange section, the horizontal spacing
between woofers is reduced so that dispersion is consistent
from 200 Hz through crossover.
• Virtually any application where outstanding sonic
performance is required and sound level and coverage needs
cannot be satisfied with a conventional horizontal loudspeaker
• Sound reinforcement systems in large Houses of Worship,
Performing Arts Centers, Sports Arenas, Theaters and other
• Portable "touring" sound systems for both
small and large concert venues
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