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Powersoft Unveils M-Force

Powersoft will showcase its newest product, the M-Force linear motor, at InfoComm 2013 in Orlando, FL in June.

Orlando, FL (May 21, 2013)—Powersoft will showcase its newest product, the M-Force linear motor, at InfoComm 2013 in Orlando, FL in June.

The M-Force is designed to specifically for loudspeaker manufacturers and is powered by Powersoft proprietary Switch Mode amplification. It integrates with other Powersoft technologies such as Differential Pressure Control and subwoofers using IPAL technology.

“The approach to converting a signal from electrical to acoustic has not been fundamentally changed since the beginning of acoustic design,” commented Powersoft’s R&D Director Claudio Lastrucci. “With M-Force, we have created an alternative method of acoustic transduction, by combining the latest technologies in the domains of power amplification, magnetic materials and advanced real-time digital signal processing. The result is a device that considerably improves the electrical to acoustic conversion efficiency at a system level, allowing the true exploitation of the native qualities of switch mode amplification.”

M-Force is currently being tested in the field in collaboration with loudspeaker manufacturers and live sound engineers. The goal is to offer a “system oriented” package for selected loudspeaker manufacturers to produce low frequency performance: a shift from the traditional moving coil and cone.

M-Force reportedly requires less power from the amplifier to produce higher sound pressure levels (SPL) with extremely low levels of distortion, compared to other conventional transducers. M-Force is said to be a push-pull engine where the magnetic field interacts in a linear fashion to provide a controlled force to the moving elements. The high motor strength yields to a controlled sound and negligible power compression at the highest sound levels. The displacement capabilities allow an increase in SPL in relation to the size ratio of the cabinet design.