Tannoy announces steerable range

AUTHOR: Inavate

Tannoy recently previewed their new Q-Flex series of self powered, digitally steerable loudspeaker arrays and the range will be fully launched and demonstrated at Infocomm in Las Vegas in June.

By focusing the acoustical output in the target directions where it is needed Tannoy’s new speaker line up is designed specifically to overcome intelligibility problems associated with highly reverberant surroundings. QFlex will satisfy a host of audio installation requirements such as airports and other transportation hubs, shopping malls, conference facilities, museums, houses of worship and many other locations with problematic acoustics.

With state of the art algorithms (patent applied for) and dense physical spacing of transducers to defeat the effects of aliasing, Tannoy QFlex is the first product of its kind to realize full range beamsteering capabilities, producing class leading performance for both vocal and music applications.

Now a part of the Vnet range of products, this architecturally pleasing system from Tannoy integrates cutting edge DSP, network control and amplification to provide class leading steering control (+/- 70 degrees) for extremely intelligible speech and music reinforcement. An exceptionally intuitive GUI provides the installer a very straight forward and logical method of system design and optimisation.

Booth #C3857