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Turbosound to launch contractor compacts at Plasa 2005

Turbosound is launching a new series of contractor products at PLASA 2005 (Stand No. CC1). The TCS Compact series is being launched initially as a five-model range, offering contractor-specific features that encompass installation, audio performance and aesthetics.
Designed to offer contractors a range of installation alternatives, the TCS Compact products can be supplied as standard in black-painted cabinets or with an all-over-white finish. They are available as weather-resistant variants and can also be ordered in custom colours to suit specific interior design and architectural requirements. The initial range comprises the TCS-081C, TCS-101C, TCS-121C and the TCS-151C, fitted with 8, 10, 12 and 15" LF drivers respectively, together with a single 15" TCS-115C bass cabinet.
The TCS Compact models have been designed to offer accurate pattern control, to ensure an installation's results can be as predictable as possible, and the products feature optimised passive crossovers incorporating high-frequency protection circuits. Available with optional line transformers, to ensure straightforward incorporation into 70v/100v line distributed installations, the loudspeakers can be fitted with a variety of rigging and mounting-bracket options, including OmniMount compatibility.
Turbosound's new contractor products will be shown alongside the Aspect series, in its large-scale touring and fixed-installation guises, with the configurations on show demonstrating Aspect's on-the-road arrayability and overall flexibility. Turbosound's high-efficiency Aspect loudspeakers have featured in a series of tours, events and festivals throughout this summer, including the UK's Glastonbury Festival and the International Festival of the Sea 2005, as well as the Roskilde Festival in Denmark.
Also on display at PLASA will be Turbosound's QLight digitally-powered systems, plus products from the TXD, TSB and TSW loudspeaker ranges.
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