Crest Audio® Versarray™ 112 MK III Two-Way Passive Ribbon Line Array Module

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This speaker is unpowered, and requires a separate power amplifier.
Item No: 03617890
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Crest Audio® Versarray™ 112 MK III Two-Way Passive Ribbon Line Array Module
The Versarray 112 Mk III Passive Ribbon Tweeter Line Source Array speaker system consists of a 12" Neo Black Widow woofer combined with a Neodymium based RD 2.6 Mk III ribbon tweeter in a cabinet with a simple, quick, yet flexible rigging system. Designed to provide modular coverage of small to medium venues, and intended for use with the companion Versarray Mk III Sub models, the Versarray 112 Mk III offers excellent versatility with a very high performance capability. The two-way system consists of the following driver components: a 12" Black Widow Neo series woofer with Neodymium magnet structure. Capable of over 500 Watts of continuous power handling (AES Std 2-1984), the woofer can handle a lot of sheer power. The high frequencies are handled by two RD 2.6 Mk III ribbon tweeters utilizing a composite sandwich ribbon, a Neodymium magnet system, and a low distortion CLEAR FORM waveguide.
Designed to be used in conjunction with a compatible DSP based loudspeaker signal processor, such as a Peavey Digitool or MediaMatrix systems, with the Crest Audio factory settings in use, the Versarray 112 Mk III can perform to modern standards of excellence, and handily exceed the competitions audible performance.
The FlyQWIK fully articulated hardware rigging system provides for a classic straight line-array configuration, or a number of different angling options, providing easy aiming of the system. Angles between the array modules is adjustable from 0(o) (straight), to 15(o) in 2.5(o) increments. Total angle possible between two cabinets is 15(o).
Quick-lock pins are supplied with the rigging hardware to couple the Versarray 112 Mk III modules together and lock the angles between them into place, as well as for the rigging halo and fly bar configurations of a line array. The flexibility of the Versarray system allows the use of anywhere from 1 to 10 Versarray 112 Mk III modules in conjunction with Versarray 218 Mk III Subs. An optional special groundstack bracket set mounts to the Versarray 218 Mk III Sub, and allows up to three of the Versarray 112 Mk III 's to be mounted on top of the Versarray 218 Mk III Sub, and angled upward, for use on stage in a stadium seating situation.

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BONI TAKA from ITANAGAR, Arunachal Pradesh

Subject: Ribbons or compression drivers???
Discussion: Which of the two is better in sound quality and reliability??? How to repair the ribbons??? Read many reviews were the ribbons are dead often. How to maintain their lifespan? Peavey Response: Ribbons are definitely the best of all high frequency drivers. Clarity is awesome and so crisp. To repair a ribbon is another thing. If blown, you have two options. One is to replace the ribbon module, if possible. In some cases that isn't possible, so the other option requires replacing the ribbon itself, which is very tedious and time consuming. Maintenance is typical of all speakers. With the correct wattage, proper limiting and correct processor settings the ribbons should last you a long time.