Martin Audio W8LCI

Compact, Vertically Arrayable Three-Way Enclosure from£POA

The Martin Audio W8LCI is a compact line array enclosure designed to bring superb next-generation line array performance to concert, theatre and commercial events. It meets the need for a high power, high bass impact system that is versatile and scalable for a very wide range of applications in fixed installations.
Though compact in size, the W8LCI is a full-bandwidth system and may be used without subwoofers in many applications. Where additional low frequency extension is required, W8LCI may be complemented by the W8LS Line Array subwoofers, WLX horn and reflex loaded subwoofers, WSX horn loaded subwoofers, or WS218X Dual 18” (460mm) direct radiating subwoofers.

Features

  • Compact, high performance three-way line array enclosure
  • High power – maximum SPL 129dB continuous
  • 135dB peak (single unit)
  • Superior bass impact – all horn design
  • Wide bandwidth – 60Hz – 18kHz ± 3dB (single unit)
  • Very smooth off-axis response – useable out to 120º (-10dB)
  • ViewPoint™ array optimisation software
  • Loudspeaker management preset files for a wide variety of configurations
  • Compatible with WLX, WSX and WS218X

Applications

  • Theatre Sound Reinforcement
  • Fixed Installations

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