At InfoComm 2018, Martin Audio is introducing the TH Series, two high performance, all-horn, three-way systems in both a horizontally and vertically formatted package. They are designed to complement the styling of its best-selling CDD and BlacklineX Series and are ideal for nightclub and large-scale installs.
Martin Audio is introducing the TH Series, comprising two very high performance, all-horn, three-way systems in both a horizontally and vertically formatted package. They are designed to complement the styling of its best-selling CDD and BlacklineX Series and are ideal for nightclub and large-scale installs.
THH is configured in a horizontal format while THV is its vertical counterpart and the driver complement in both systems has been engineered for exemplary performance in all bands.
The Hybrid® low frequency section comprises a horn-loaded 15" (380mm)/4" (100mm) voice coil driver that is reflex-loaded to extend the LF output to below the natural horn cut-off point. The LF driver features a water-resistant cone and triple roll surround for increased excursion.
The mid-horn has a unique ‘phase-ball' loading device which maintains the constant directivity characteristics of the horn at the upper end of its range. It is driven by a 10" (250mm) midrange driver with an aluminium demodulating ring for improved high-mid clarity and reduced distortion when driven hard. The 70˚ x 40˚ HF section features a neodymium 1" (25mm) exit compression driver with a Kapton diaphragm for high sensitivity and extended HF performance.
The internal mid/ high passive crossover allows these three-way systems to be driven in a bi-amp configuration with the Martin Audio iK42 being the recommended amplifier partner, with the DX range of controllers also compatible.
Dom Harter, Managing Director of Martin Audio, commented, "TH Series is an important addition to our growing portfolio, offering a high-powered solution with modern styling that will help continue our market share gains in the install market."
TH Series will start shipping at the end of June 2018.