TOA SR-H2L Type H Slim Line Speaker Array Short-Straight


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    SR-H2L - Overview

    TOA's Type H Ultra Slim Line Array Speakers offers clear sound, excellent directionality of focus on the listening area, and even distribution of sound over a wide range. These speakers are well-suited for venues with highly reflective interior surfaces such as conference centers, houses of worship and railway stations.

    TOA's Type H Line Arrays consists of four models in long and short throws with straight or curved variations: the shorter designs are the SR-H2L (straight), SR-H2S (curved); the longer designs are the SR-H3L (straight), SR-H3S (curve). The short models contain 9 vertically connected speaker units and the long models come with 16 speaker units. Both lengths provide high quality sound without the use of an equalizer.

    • Features:

      • Outstanding sound quality - Sync-Drive (technology keeps the audio in phase with its sources at the speakers to create an ideal linear sound source.
        Space/Energy Efficient Design - Configuration requires less input power to deliver required output.
        Adjustable sound coverage - Type A Series provides two speaker configurations designed for specific coverage characteristics, each having a different taper. The 5-degree taper is for effectively transmitting sound over distance while the 15-degree taper is optimized for excellent short range coverage.
        Simple maintenance - Maintenance and servicing are made easier on the Type H Series to suit it for permanent installations. All driver replacement is possible from the speaker's rear, a simple and speedy procedure.
        Five year warranty

    SR-H2L - Required Accessories

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