The S10n is a 2-way, full range line array cabinet containing 2x ND10-LM Kevlar Neodymium drivers (2x 16 Ω) and an NH4TA2 1.5” exit compression driver (8 Ω). The critically optimized waveguide produces a slightly curved wavefront with a nominal dispersion pattern of 80° x 10° (H x V). The waveguide’s efficiency allows for increased vertical dispersion without sacrificing high frequency presence in the far field. Patent-pending Controlled Summation Technology further eliminates low-mid lobing normally associated with 2-way line source systems.
The cabinet construction uses marine grade birch plywood as well as aircraft grade steel and aluminum, and is equipped with two Speakon™ NL8 connectors. The rigging system incorporates the best aspects of previous advancements in our new SlideLock rigging technology.
The S10n is suited to a wide variety of applications. Its full range capability (60 Hz) at reasonable levels qualifies for applications where sub is not required. Increased vertical coverage (10°) enables the S10 to cover theaters, arenas and stadiums with reasonable speaker quantity. The S10n's narrower horizontal pattern allows for not only increased usability in reflective spaces, but also increases the long-throw capability of an S-Series package. Other target applications include dance clubs, medium size festivals, corporate events and contemporary churches.
|Frequency Range (+/-3 dB)||60 Hz - 18 kHz|
|Nominal Directivity (-6 dB) H x V||80° x 10°|
|Maximum Peak SPL**||141.3 dB|
|Components LF||2x ND10-LM 10" Neodymium Driver|
|Components HF||1x NH4TA2 4" Diaphragm / 1.5" Exit Compression Driver|
|Nominal Impedance LF||8 Ω|
|Nominal Impedance HF||8 Ω|
|Power Handling (AES / Peak) LF||2x 350 / 2x 1400 W|
|Power Handling (AES / Peak) HF||160 / 640 W|
Slidelock Rigging System
|Connection||2x Speakon™ NL8|
|Height Front (mm / in)||265 / 10.4|
|Height Back (mm / in)||178 / 7|
|Width (mm / in)||737 / 29|
|Depth (mm / in)||526 / 20.7|
|Weight (kg / lbs)||27 / 59.6|
**12 dB crest factor pink noise at 1m, free field, using specified processing and amplification