AV Setups:

Speech reinforcement

Gage 60 main system and Gage 125 as delay

Speech reinforcement

Speech and Media playback

Adding Devor 40 subwoofers for low frequency reproduction

Speech and Media playback

Event capability

Adding another pair of Devor 40 subwoofers to match the output of the tops

Event capability

Up to 400 people:
large auditoriums, town hall spaces, canteens, social spaces

For speech reinforcement, a pair of Gage 60 and a pair of Gage 125 in delay will be able cover a typical auditorium of ca 400 people with high speech intelligibility.

For media playback, adding a pair of Devor 40 subwoofers will provide enough low frequency response for most scenarios combined with directional capabilities for longer venues.

For events, adding another pair of Devor 40 subwoofers will match the output of the tops and enable a high-output capability for social gatherings.

 

Gage 60

GAGE 60 is a powerful speaker with a very compact form factor. The dispersion is 100 degrees horizontally and 60 degrees vertically, which enables it to cover large rooms with a single unit on each side.

The small size consumes a minimum of visual space in front of the room and it’s acoustic design allows for integrating it into a wall.

The acoustic design also enables it with a very good microphone feedback resistance.

The frequency response og GAGE 60 rolls off at 60Hz, which is sufficiently deep to reproduce deep male voices.

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Gage 125

The Gage 125 is a 2-way high-performance pro audio speaker with a radial dispersion of 90 degrees. Mounted at a 45 degrees angle, parallel with a boundary, will minimize unwanted reflections due to its high directivity.

This makes it suitable and easy to install as a delay speaker with minimal visual impact.

The acoustic design also enables it with a very good microphone feedback resistance, which is practical for interactive scenarios.

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Devor 40

Devor 40 is a high performance horn loaded subwoofer system with two 8” studio-grade drivers. The horn loading mechanism enables high sensitivity, high impulse response, and a very low distortion level. It has a close to sub cardioid dispersion pattern all through its intended bandwidth. This allows the sound pressure to be directed towards the listening position, and minimizes the need for acoustical treatment, as less energy is reflected off surrounding surfaces.

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