Coda Audio will be exhibiting at this year’s PLASA Show in London Olympia. Visitors to stand S61 will be able to discuss their requirements with the team and learn about the full capabilities of Coda’s products.
Certain to be of great interest will be Coda’s recently launched brand new ultra-compact 2-way arrayable Point source N-APS. N-APS is the supercharged smaller sibling of Coda Audio’s ground breaking APS system.
Where APS addressed the limitations of traditional point source systems by delivering unprecedented performance standards, to deliver a range of functions in small to medium sized venues, N-APS places new patented technology into an even smaller box to offer incredible power to weight ratio and flexibility. For smaller venues or corporate events where, for example, the geometry of a space might be considered to make coverage awkward, N-APS provides an unobtrusive and ultra small yet powerful solution.
Thanks to the application of new and ingenious patented technologies, including N-APS unique RDC Driver (Ring Diaphragm Curved-wave-driver), Dynamic Air Cooling (DAC) and Instafit Magnetic Coupler, Coda Audio has once again introduced a ground-breaking product to the market that is sure to be a sound designer’s dream problem solver.
Complementing the launch of N-APS, Coda Audio also introduces N-SUB, a compact 15” high output subwoofer that reaches as low as 30Hz. Like N-APS, N-SUB benefits from DAC which allows it to reach high SPLs whilst staying completely cool.
These new products are further evidence of Coda Audio’s relentless drive to provide competitive, high-quality solutions to meet the practical and commercial challenges faced by audio professionals. PLASA 2019 will be Europe’s first chance to see N-APS, guaranteeing a busy few days for David Webster, Maggie Schaefer, Steve Norman and George Puttock on the Coda Audio stand.