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QSC Unveils New MD Series Loudspeakers

Thursday January 01, 2004
Comprising eight models suited for use in a wide variety of installed sound applications ranging from houses of worship and indoor sports venues to hotels, casinos, and nightclubs, the new MD (ModularDesign) Series loudspeakers from QSC are now shipping...
QSC Unveils New MD Series Loudspeakers

May 30, 2004

Comprising eight models suited for use in a wide variety of installed sound applications ranging from houses of worship and indoor sports venues to hotels, casinos, and nightclubs, the new MD (ModularDesign) Series loudspeakers from QSC are now shipping.

Designed as a comprehensive line of arrayable components, the MD Series provides system integrators and design consultants with choices from among six full-range, two-way devices offering three coverage patterns (60° x 40°, 90° x 40°, or 120° x 40°) and either 12 or 15-inch LF transducers. The product group additionally incorporates two low frequency enclosures equipped with 15 and 18-inch drivers respectively.

To facilitate both vertical and horizontal use, the full-range cabinets within the MD Series are outfitted with rotatable high frequency sections. All models share the same trapezoidal multi-ply birch cabinets and rigging points. Given this common form factor, the task of creating full-range or combined full-range/LF clusters now becomes virtually effortless, as each of the enclosures incorporates 30-degree angles to better facilitate tight packing with minimal overlap, all while providing uniform coverage in any multiple of 60 degrees up to a full 360 degrees.

The full-range MD Series models also offer switchable biamp or passive operation. Every model within the line additionally comes finished in black or white and with its own protective steel grille.

For more information, visit their web site at www.qscaudio.com

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