In collaboration with RKS Design, Line 6 has revealed StageSource L3t loudspeaker as one of their professional audio systems. This device is built on a powerful new technology platform to enable a single enclosure provides the ultimate performance in multiple live sound functions. If you are a musician, you’ll probably want to get up, close and personal with this flexible loudspeaker as it features 6 Smart Speaker modes to optimize acoustics for a variety of performance scenarios. In this way, any musicians can quickly and easily achieve great sound on stage, all they need to do is to focus on their performance.
The challenge for RKS Design team would be to help Line 6 to realize their vision into reality and develop a strategic design solution to make StageSource stand-out in an already crowded category. These designers needed to do extensive research to develop visual engagement that complete user experience, while at the same time appealing to different type of musicians who work in different environment. The result is StageSource L3t loudspeaker.
“Our new powered speakers were designed to meet the performance needs of all musicians and sound great in every scenario, from solo performances in a coffee shop through to full-on rock shows,” says Simon Jones, vice president of new market development at Line 6.
StageSource L3t loudspeaker delivers 1,400 watts of balanced, crisp and articulate audio through its 10-inch woofers and 1-inch exit compression driver. This combination offers you a powerful 132 dB maximum SPL. A precision-engineered 100×50 degree constant-directivity waveguide delivers consistent coverage throughout its entire frequency range and optimal dispersal throughout the audience area, wide enough for solo use yet controlled enough for arrayed pairs. The narrow vertical pattern ensures minimal energy is reflected off the ceilings and floors.
StageSource L3t loudspeaker brings you a smarter way to have live sound experience in which the live rig is a complete intelligent eco-system.
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