ISE: APG to launch fixed install series
Thursday, 6 February 2020
apgAPG will officially launch its iX series
The Netherlands - APG will officially launch its iX series at ISE 2020 in Hall 3, stand B120. Comprising a full line of fixed installation speakers, and based on the successful coaxial concept, the new iX range is characterised by “a combination of uncompromising drivers and a non-diffraction acoustic baffling that allows pure point source directivity”. For some of the iX models, APG has created coaxial devices that strike a perfect physical alignment between low and hi transducers.
Scheduled to be shipping from April 2020, the iX Series is made up of five coaxial speaker models: iX5, iX6, iX8, iX12 and iX15; all of which are two acoustic way speakers loaded in bass-reflex for low-frequency extension. APG will also introduce at the show a future extension of the range with two unique models of pseudo-coaxial speakers – the iX2.5 and IX2.6 - optimised for vocal applications.
From an acoustic point of view, the iX range offers “stunning musicality down to low mid and even low frequencies and is characterised by an impressive SPL to size ratio and exceptional sound clarity”.
The speakers are suited to a variety of applications, including main FOH or distributed sound reinforcement (front-fill, out-fill, in-fill, under-balcony, delay lines) in all types of venues (theatres, concert venues, clubs, bars, restaurants, conference rooms, congress centers). It is also possible to combine iX speakers with APG’s popular Uniline and Uniline Compact systems.
All iX models have been ergonomically optimised to make them as compact as possible, with smart accessories for discrete installation, customisable colours and a weatherproof finish.
Gregory Dapsanse, sales & marketing director at APG, enthused: “This line has been tested extensively by APG users; we have already received a number of orders for spatialised sound applications, as well as from our Asian distributors in China and Korea. We are looking forward to introducing the iX range to the wider ISE crowd.”
(Jim Evans)

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