Legacy Double Helix Array loudspeaker
The Double Helix Array loudspeaker from Legacy is capable of producing high SPL levels while maintaining a controlled radiation pattern.

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The Legacy Audio Double Helix Array speaker incorporates a compression horn tweeter along with four midrange drivers and four woofers to create a frequency response of 42Hz to 20kHz with the aid of a processor.
November 02, 2012 By CI Staff

Legacy Audio has earned a loyal following of users in the consumer audiophile crowd, but it also has many years of experience designing loudspeakers for the commercial market.

The Skinny: Not too long ago the company announced its latest commercial product: the new Double Helix Array loudspeaker.

The Specs: The Double Helix Array is designed to fill a variety of rooms with sound, and the company says the speaker’s design which features four stacked cells is engineered to reproduce high sound pressure levels (SPLs) while maintaining a controlled radiation pattern via DSP technologies. The speaker utilizes a four-way design that includes internal amplification for mid-bass and its dipolar woofer arrays, and in total the unit incorporates four 6.5-inch midrange drivers, four dipolar mid-woofers and a compression horn tweeter. Legacy says the speaker can be mounted in a variety of ways and it provides a frequency response of 42Hz to 20kHz.

Solutions:  Legacy Audio says the Double Helix Array loudspeaker can be used for theater, club and auditorium audio system installations.

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