Turbosound NuQ

The NuQ systems of fully integrated, networkable sound reinforcement packages are offered as digitally self-powered units or as discrete loudspeakers used with optimized Turbosound controllers and power amplifiers.
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The NuQ systems of fully integrated, networkable sound reinforcement packages are offered as digitally self-powered units or as discrete loudspeakers used with optimized Turbosound controllers and power amplifiers. TurboDrive software provides reliable real-time, intuitive control of Turbosound controllers and powered loudspeakers individually or over a network.

NuQ systems make exclusive use of advanced neodymium magnets, low-distortion rotatable high-frequency waveguides and pre-bent plywood construction. Early production units have already been extensively road-tested and proven by Britannia Row Productions with David Gilmour and The Fratellis.

NuQ systems are offered in different sizes and output capability according to application. The ultracompact, 8-inch, passive two-way NuQ-8 delivers 124dB max SPL, while the slightly larger 10-inch, passive two-way NuQ-10 clocks in at a 127dB max SPL. The larger 12-inch two-way NuQ-12 and 15-inch two-way NuQ-15 are both switchable active/passive cabinets delivering 133 dB and 135 dB, respectively.

All two-way enclosures feature wide-dispersion rotatable Converging Elliptical Waveguides for smooth and even room coverage, as well as symmetrically shaped quasi-trapezoidal cabinets that allow them to easily double as monitor wedges. Two complementary low-frequency cabinets provide sub-bass support: a compact 15-inch front-loaded bass enclosure and a powerful 18en-inch bandpass subwoofer. Both are equipped with flush handles, corner protectors and pole-mount sockets.

Digitally self-powered variants of all models are also available, offering fully integrated, optimally matched Class-D amplifier modules with 96kHz sample rates.

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