Biamp debuts extraordinary Beamforming Venue Horn
Biamp has released the Community LVH-900 Beamforming Venue Horn at ISE 2020. The loudspeaker provides the highest output, widest bandwidth and most consistent coverage of any large format point source on the market.
The LVH-900 tailors the direction of each loudspeaker or array of to meet the sound requirements of any large venue it aims to fill.
“Excellent audio performance is essential for creating an extraordinary experience in large venues and stadiums, but it can be challenging and time-consuming to establish precise sound coverage in all seating areas with point source speakers, at least until now,” Biamp executive vice president of corporate development Joe Andrulis says.
“The Community LVH-900’s beamforming capabilities provide system designers with the flexibility to modify the coverage pattern of a single loudspeaker, or array of loudspeakers, without having to change out the physical loudspeaker.
“No other point source loudspeaker on the market achieves the level of performance, coverage, and array-ability we offer in the LVH-900.”
Designed for both music and speech reproduction and indoor and outdoor models, the LVH-900 is the solution for a range of large settings including arenas, theatres, stadiums and houses of worship among others.
The loudspeaker consists of four 12” drivers, three Biamp Community M200 midrange compression drivers and four 1.5” HF compression drivers. Using patent-pending techniques, all drivers integrate into a single tri-axial waveguide that fills the entire 36” by 31” face of the enclosure.