Further developments to Tannoy's growing range of installation loudspeakers have resulted in two new in-ceiling models using proprietary point source drive unit technologies within a highly versatile and flexible 'eyeball' enclosure.
NEW IN -CEILING SPEAKERS FROM TANNOY
Further developments to Tannoy's growing range of installation loudspeakers have resulted in two new in -ceiling models using proprietary point source drive unit technologies within a highly versatile and flexible 'eyeball' enclosure. The CMS401e uses a 100mm (4.00") mineral loaded polypropylene ICT™ (inductive coupling technology) drive unit. The CMS401 DCe uses a high powered and wide bandwidth 100mm (4.00") Dual Concentric™ driver which combines a multi fibre paper pulp LF cone and a titanium domed HF unit with a neodymium magnet system. Perfect for this type of application, both point source driver systems generate a spherical wave front unaffected by energy loss at the crossover frequency in either vertical or horizontal planes. Manufactured from UV / weather resistant UL94V -0 ABS material, the injection moulded pod can be swivelled 25° in any direction within its ceiling mounting ring allowing precise targeting of the sound towards the desired area of coverage. The cleverly designed clamping system facilitates fast, simple and cost effective installation and adjustment. Once the exact angle of the 'eyeball' is established the unit can be clamped securely to permanently maintain that position. However, if required, further readjustment of the system is also possible. In addition to low impedance operation, each unit includes a premium quality Tannoy THP30 multi -tap transformer for distributed -line systems. The versatility of the CMS401 speakers will satisfy a wide assortment of foreground music or paging system applications such as retail environments, office buildings, airports and hotels through to home theatre or residential multi -room stereo systems.