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Funktion-One Unveils Vero VX

Funktion-One debuts new compact line array system three years in the making.

Dorking, UK (April 4, 2019)—Funktion-One has introduced its new Vero VX compact line array.

The Vero VX system comprises VX90 full-range vertical array elements, V124 or V221 bass enclosures, amp racks, fly bars, transport dollies, ground stack hardware, cabling and Projection predictive software.

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The VX90 is a 3-way vertical array element with four new company-designed Neodymium drivers in a horizontally symmetric configuration: two reflex loaded 12” mid bass drivers; one Axhead loaded wide bandwidth 8” cone midrange driver; and a single 1” compression driver on a proprietary isophase diffraction waveguide. The VX90 measures 1120 mm wide and 340 mm high; its usable bandwidth is 50 Hz to 20 kHz and horizontal dispersion is 90°.

The Vero VX system uses the company’s patented Lambda rigging system, based around rear tension rigging methods, enabling cabinets to be transported and flown as straight columns, then tensioned into pre-set angles once the complete array is suspended.

The Lambda system’s rotation axis allows alignment at vertical angles between 0-12.5°; there is a choice of fixed or movable point flying beams. The movable point beam incorporates motorized adjustment, enabling the inclination and declination of the entire array to be remotely set while flown from a single motor.

According to the company, up to eight Vero VX cabinets can be powered from a single amplifier. A 32-box system plus additional subwoofers can be powered by six amplifiers.

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