Genzler Amplification Introduces Their New BA12-3SLT Bass Array Cabinet

The BA410-3 is loaded with 10 separate cone drivers and is simply the most compact, powerful, detailed and articulate presentation of the BA concept in a single enclosure.
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GENZLER® AMPLIFICATION announces the addition of a new SLANTED version of their innovative Bass Array 12-3 bass cabinet design. The Bass Array design first introduced 2 years ago is now offered in a slanted model BA12-3 SLT, to compliment the current straight design. The slanted version further enhances all benefits of the BA design adding a new level of dispersion and projection, either when being used as a single enclosure or in combination with additional straight or slant cabinets. This offers multiple options to the player to configure their BA12-3 stack for the best coverage of the stage or performance venue.

The innovative Bass Array design blends the benefits of a 12” woofer in vented bass reflex design with the performance and pattern control of a 4 x 3” neodymium cone-driver line array element. The benefits of combining both loudspeaker platforms in an extremely compact speaker system are exponential for the player:

•Full, deep, low frequency response from the high efficiency 12” ported woofer.
•Smooth, seamless, clear and articulate midrange to high frequency transition across the audio spectrum.
•Broad horizontal dispersion far exceeding conventional woofer/tweeter combinations.

The new BA12-3-SLT model utilizes a 6-degree slanted baffle providing increased projection towards the player and the audience. This unique cabinet shape also further reduces internal standing waves, which translates into an even clearer tonal experience.

Features include:
•Neodymium 12” Woofer
•Four 3” Neodymium Paper Cone Speakers in a Separate Line Array Format
•Premium Light Plywood Construction
•Top-Mounted Recessed Bar Handle
•Heavy-Duty Vinyl Covering
•Both Speakon and ¼” Jacks
•350 Watts / 8 Ohms
•Light-weight @ 32 lbs

USA Price: $899.99
AVAILABLE: January 2018

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