The M.LINE™ High Mobility Line Array Series is a high performance, high fidelity sound reinforcement system which has been designed to facilitate quick and painless set-ups and tear-downs. M.LINE™ line array modules are available in three models; two full range modules, and one low frequency module. Both full range modules are identical, except each generates a different horizontal coverage pattern; the M120 features a 120° pattern. (while the M90 delivers 90° horizontal coverage pattern)
What makes the M.LINE™ series unique, is that even though each full range module features a different horizontal coverage pattern, each M.LINE™ module is engineered to operate in tangent with any other M.LINE™ module, when deployed within the same “line array” column. Both modules can be combined in the same column to create seamless vertical coverage, (as determined by the size and curvature of the array) because both modules have been designed to couple acoustically and form a single, undisrupted wavefront regardless of which horizontal patterns are chosen. Because sound designers can “mix and match” horizontal dispersion patterns within the same array, coverage zones can be easily defined and highly targeted, maintaining a perfectly coherent vertical coverage pattern and highly consistent sound from the nearest listening position to the back of the room.
Finally, the M.LINE™ series features a price point which is competitive enough to allow rental and touring companies to realistically make the transition from traditional loudspeaker clusters to a line array technology without jeopardizing their ability to compete.
The M120 is a 2-way high/mid system line array module in a computer optimized enclosure. The M120 utilizes a 3-way biamplified complement of twin 8.8” cone drivers and a 1” exit extended high frequency compression driver. The enclosure is constructed of durable 12-ply void-free birch laminate, dadoed for strength and durability. All M.LINE™ Modules ship with an advanced integrated rigging system with all necessary rigging hardware self-contined to the enclosure. This system allows an arrayto be flown quickly and easily, or in the case where rigging is not approriate, this same rigging system allows the cells to form ground stack arrays. Perforated steel is employed for frontal protection of the loud speaker complement. An integrated castor board package is included to aid transport.