- Intelligible speech and music reinforcement
- Class leading DSP based steering control (+/- 70 degrees)
- Densely spaced transducers to defeat the effects of aliasing
- Intuitive BeamEngineTM GUI
- Integrated DSP, network control and amplification
- Networkable with Tannoy VNETTM products
- Fully PA/VA compliant IP53 certified for water and dust protection
- AES Connectivity plus Input options for constant voltage systems and Dante digital audio networks
- Sentinel SM1 System Monitor and certification to IP53 standards
- All models use extruded aluminum enclosures
QFlex model line up:
From an electronics perspective, there are four basic versions:
Small to Medium Sized spaces can use an 8 channel master unit (contains audio, power, and network inputs) and if more control, SPL or Distance is required a 8 channel slave unit can be added.
Medium to Large spaces can be covered using a 16 channel master unit (contains audio,power, and network inputs) and additional 16 channel slave unit can be added to create an array of the appropriate size for the space ( up to a total of 48 channels per array). Multiple arrays may be needed.
The QFlex system you use depends on a number of criteria:
1. Required coverage/throw Distance
Effective coverage at a greater distance requires a larger column. Typically, as a rule of thumb, a QFlex 16 is effective over distances of up to 20 m (66 ft) and a QFlex 48 in excess of 80 m (260 ft).
2. Low Frequency Control
The longer the column, the more effective the control and steering at lower frequencies.
QFlex 16 is effective to 700 Hz and QFlex 48 to 200 Hz.
3. SPL Requirements
Larger QFlex arrays will produce higher SPL levels because there are more drivers and amplifier channels producing sound. Qflex is distinctive in that every transducer has its own dedicated amplifier channel. Tannoy’s recommends using it’s BeamEngine software to select the correct model for your application.
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