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Alcons Audio Adds New Loudspeakers to CRMS Series




The CRMS-SRIW/9090 is a wide dispersion reference main / screen system or compact surround system in immersive sound-for-picture applications. It can also be used as full-range sound system in any installed audio application, where a very high quality sound reproduction with inconspicuous in-wall or on-wall mounting is required.

Typical applications include sound system for auditoria, performing arts theatres, houses of worship, screening rooms, post-production facilities and dubbing stages, premium Home Cinemas and quality-conscious cinemas.

Featuring the multiple-patented Alcons pro-ribbon transducer technology, the CRMS-SRIW/9090 system combines an exceptional clarity and intelligibility with a high dynamic range, offering the most realistic sound reproduction possible.

The two-way passive-filtered CRMS-SRIW system consists of the RBN401 pro-ribbon driver for HF and a vented 8” mid-bass for LF reproduction; the HF section has an 800 W peak power input, enabling a 1:15 dynamic range with up to 90% less distortion from 1 kHz to beyond 20 kHz.

The CRMS-SRIW/9090 features a patented 90-degrees and patent-pending 90-degrees dispersion up to the highest frequencies. This offers a very wide and coherent direct-field coverage throughout the listening space, it also guarantees a consistent reflected diffuse-field response.

The Signal Integrity Sensing pre-wiring ensures complete cable/connector compensation between the CRMS-SRIW and the ALC amplified loudspeaker controller, the dedicated drive-engine; together with VHIR processing, SIS significantly increases response accuracy, deleting artefacts so common in traditional systems.

Philip “Dr. Phil” de Haan, head of Alcons Audio R&D: “on the heels of the development of the CRMSC in-wall with less than 4-in/10cm depth, larger applications demanded a higher output, but at the same time, also required a wide projection for near-field applications and for overhead or height-layer immersive sound systems. So the design brief was: more output, wider dispersion and a minimal mounting depth.”

Philip continues: “By utilizing the same transducer components throughout our different product lines, albeit with different form factors, this system feels equally at home in home-theatres and studios, as well as in performing arts theatres or houses of worship to name a few.”

The CRMS-SRIW also features an optional cloth grill and ACO Architect Color Option in 180+ RAL color schemes for easy, inconspicuous in-wall or on-wall mounting.

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