HPl 110 pasyvi kolonėlė - Digital Audio
A Closer Look
Functionality in the real world is what separates the HPI110 from the rest of the field.
Have a bad sounding venue space? You need the HPI110. One consistent problem in reproducing intelligible voice in a venue is the degrading effect of wall and ceiling reflections. When a listener hears more sound from the reflected (reverberant) field than the primary sound system, loss of speech intelligibility results. This location in the room is known as “beyond the critical distance”. The HPI system extends the “critical distance” by utilising a custom HF wave guide to direct the sound away from the walls and ceiling and into the listener area.
The HPI110 mid-high asymmetrical wave guide provides 60 degrees horizontal dispersion at the base of the flare and 30 degrees at the top. Vertical dispersion above the box is limited to 15 degrees. A large format HF driver allows for a relatively low cross-over frequency and this means more control over a wider frequency area.
The HPI110 is available in black (HPI110) or white (HPI110W) low sheen finish.
From Single Box to Array
To get the best from the HPI110 system, the QR rigging system allows installation from single box to three box arrays. The HPI110 speaker system has a very high “power to weight” ratio. An array of three HPI110 speakers has a combined weight of 47kg. An array of HPI110 speakers makes this one of the most light-weight, high powered systems in the world. This is particularly important if the system is to be installed in a heritage building or an existing space with strict weight restrictions for installed devices.
The rigging system is progressive with its “top spine hanging bracket” system for single speaker systems, QR2 wall bracket, QR3/4 for flown installations and a U bracket that can be direct wall or truss mounted.
To see the full range of available options check the HPI Rigging Reference page.