Turbosound Intros NuQ Loudspeakers

Old Lyme, CT (March 8, 2007)--Turbosound has introduced its NuQ systems of fully integrated, networkable sound reinforcement packages designed for portable professional audio applications.
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Old Lyme, CT (March 8, 2007)--Turbosound has introduced its NuQ systems of fully integrated, networkable sound reinforcement packages designed for portable professional audio applications.

They are offered either as digitally self-powered units or as discrete loudspeakers used in conjunction with optimized Turbosound controllers and power amplifiers. TurboDrive software gives real-time, intuitive control of Turbosound controllers and powered loudspeakers individually or over a network.

NuQ systems make use of advanced neodymium magnets, low-distortion, rotatable, high-frequency waveguides and pre-bent plywood construction. NuQ systems are offered in different sizes and output capability according to application, All 2-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.

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