The TL.118SS sub-bass system is available in both powered ($5,960) and non-powered ($3,560_ versions, and features WorxAudio’s TL1801SS 18-inch low-frequency transducer.
Built to truck-pack dimensions for easy transportation of multiple units, the TL.118SS uses a direct-radiating 18-inch, 2,000-watt cone driver in a tuned enclosure built from tour-tested, 21-ply Baltic Birch that is extensively braced for high cabinet rigidity. Combined with its 24mm thick baffle, this rugged, 1-inch-thick enclosure is coated with a weather-resistant, multilayered, catalyzed polyurethane finish (available in a variety of colors to match the environment) designed to withstand the rigors of the road. Protecting the drivers is a 14-guage, powder-coated, cloth-backed, perforated steel grille.
The TL.118SS can easily be integrated with other WorxAudio loudspeaker systems by adding the company’s TrueRig hardware for easy flying. Stand-alone, the TL.118SS can fly with the addition of WorxAudio Technologies’ TrueGrid rigging hardware. Additionally, the TL.118SS ships with EASE Focus aiming software for the TrueLine line array.
The company also announced the UltraMax M1-P ($3,980) full-range, high-power speaker system and stage monitor that features a 12-inch, 400W woofer and a 3-inch diaphragm with a 160W large-format high-frequency compression driver housed in a tuned port enclosure employing equal angles (for floor positioning), enabling them to be used as stereo pairs. Additionally, this loudspeaker system incorporates a pole cup for “speaker on a stick” general sound reinforcement applications, as well as L-track rigging hardware on both ends of the enclosure. This enables the UltraMax M1-P to use either a single- or double-post stud fitting in either end for flying the unit.
Power for the UltraMax M1-P is provided by WorxAudio Technologies’ PMD-1 digital power amp. Featuring 500W (LF) and 250W (HF), the PMD-1 incorporates twin digital program processors, an XLR transformer with isolated I/O and AC PowerCon switchgear I/O.