Costa Mesa, CA (May 4, 2020)—QSC has shipped two new loudspeakers in its AcousticDesign and AcousticCoverage lines, respectively: the AD-P.HALO, an integrated SUB/SAT pendant loudspeaker system, and the AC-C2T-LP, a low-profile ceiling-mount full range loudspeaker.
The AD-P.HALO features an integrated 6.5” subwoofer and four 2.75” transducers in a single pendant-mount enclosure, and is intended for atmospheric use, such as in high-end retail or hospitality. At 200 watts RMS, the AD-P.HALO shares sonic characteristics with the rest of the AcousticDesign Series, allowing integrators to seamlessly mix-and-match enclosures types, including ceiling-mount, pendant-mount and surface-mount form factors, within in the same installation.
Meanwhile, the AC-C2T-LP is a low-profile, ceiling-mounted 2.75″ full-range loudspeaker, designed for installations with tighter space requirements or where lower ceiling heights are more common. Featuring a 95 mm installation depth, it is intended for uses where voice-reinforced coverage is a primary concern, including conference rooms and background music (BGM) applications.
The diameter of the AC-C2T-LP matches the AC-C6T, a 6.5″ 2-way system loudspeaker, and it also offers a 170° conical coverage, reducing the number of loudspeakers required for consistent coverage in low-ceiling applications.
When combined with Q-SYS network amplifiers, QSC processing amplifiers or MP-M Series mixers, both the AD-P.HALO and AC-C2T-LP loudspeakers are said to take full advantage of Intrinsic Correction, a QSC proprietary voicing algorithm that helps reduce the set up time and tuning process.
“These two new loudspeakers answer some real pain points integrators experience with excessive loudspeaker assembly time and flexibility to accommodate the needs of virtually any installation,” says Travis Nie, product manager, Installed Loudspeakers, QSC. “Both the AD-P.HALO and AC-C2T-LP are unique loudspeaker options in their class and deliver the overall musicality to produce the rich sonic timbre needed for background music or voice-reinforced atmospheres.”
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