Nexo GEO CD18 Directional Sub-bass

NEXO R&D has used the advanced DSP power of the digital NX242 TDcontroller to develop an extremely compact and highly efficient method for controlling the dispersion of very large acoustical waves.

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The CD18 uses a pair of long excursion neodymium 18" drivers, two amplifier channels and two channels of DSP processing to generate a cardioid or super-cardioid pattern with up to -15dB of attenuation at the rear. Yet, the enclosure is no larger than is required for proper loading of the transducers.

CD18's deliver high-impact subbass energy to the audience while keeping very low frequencies away from open microphones and reflective/reverberant surfaces. The end result is a much more controlled and coherent foundation for the mix, as compared with conventional subwoofers.

Features

  • Unique directional sub-bass with cardioid or supercardioid pattern keeps sub-bass energy away from open microphones
  • 120┬░x 120┬░dispersion, usable output from 29 Hz to 180 Hz
  • Dual-ported 18" woofers fire in opposite directions and are driven in reverse polarity.
  • Requires NX241 Digital TDController and two amplifier channels: each woofer is processed individually
  • Internally braced Baltic Birch cabinet minimises in-band resonances
  • Available in structured black coating or dark grey carpet covering
  • Integrated flying system for use with curvedvertical tangent arrays of GEO T Series modules
  • Cabinets designed for stable gound stacking

Specifications with NX242 TDController

Frequency Response @-3dB[a]: 32 Hz - 80 Hz
Usable Range @-6dB[a]: 29 Hz - 180 Hz
Sensitivity 1W @ 1m[b]: 105dB SPL Nominal
Peak SPL @ 1m[b]: 145dB Peak
Dispersion[c]: Cardioid or supercardioid pattern over the entire useable bandwidth depending on the NX241 Digital TDController set up.(two channels of the NX241 are used for the process)
Directivity: Control is achieved through DSP algorithms in the NX242 Digital TDcontroller (two channels of the NX242 are used for the process)
Directivity Index[c]: Q=4.3, DI=6.3 dB and Q=5.3, DI=7.2 dB over the entire useable bandwidth for respectively cardioid and supercardioid mode
Crossover Frequencies: 80 Hz active through NX241 Digital TDController
Nominal Impedance 2 x 8Ω
Recommended Amplifiers: 2 amplifier channels are required for cardioid operation, each rated at 1500-3000-w into 4Ω per-ch. Up to 2 complete CD18s per channel may be connected to a 2-ch amplifier
Connectors 2 x NL4MP SPEAKON 4 pole (in & through)
Construction: Baltic birch ply finish with structured black coating. Dark grey carpet finish also available
Flying: Integral flying system
Net Weight: 116kg
  • [a] Response Curves and Data: Half-space Anechoic below 200Hz. Usable Range Data: Frequency Response Capability with TD crossover slopes removed.
  • [b] Sensitivity & Peak SPL: will depend on spectral distribution. Measured with band limited Pink Noise. Refers to the specified +/- 3dB range. Data are for Speaker + Processor + recommended amplifier combinations.
  • [c] Directivity Curves and Data 1/3 octave smoothed frequency response, normalized to On-Axis response. Data obtained by computer processing of off-axis response curves.
  • [d] Please refer to the GEO User Manual.

Nexo GEO CD18 Directional Sub-bass Dimension Diagram

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