Nexo launches GEO M12 line array
Nexo has debuted its GEO M12 line array system at the NAMM Show in Anaheim. It is the top-of-the-line addition to the GEO M family of sound reinforcement systems by the French manufacturer.
Launched together with the MSUB18 companion sub-bass cabinet, the GEO M12 is aimed primarily at the mid-size rental company, although its suitable for users in corporate presentation, live performance venues and houses of worships.
The GEO M12 takes its place at the upper end of NEXO’s current line-up of line array designs, the new head of a family that includes the GEO M10 and GEO M6 mid-size and compact systems.
GEO M12 is more powerful than NEXO’s earlier 12-in line array cabinet, the GEO S12, which remains in the catalogue.
The M12 line array module, which contains a premium 12-in Neodymium LF driver paired with 1.4-in titanium diaphragm HF driver, is offered with two vertical dispersions, the 10° GEO M1210 and the 20° GEO M1220. Horizontal directivity is 80° by default for both modules, but, by adding an optional Configurable Directivity Device (the NEXO-patented CDDä), it can be changed in seconds to 120°, using a magnetic fixing system.
The M12 modules are 370mm x 700mm x 446mm, and weigh 34kg. The two-way module will deliver a frequency response of 50Hz-20kHz with nominal peak SPL of 140dB.