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SoundTube Entertainment® Releases Line Array Speakers in White

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SoundTube Entertainment has released the LA880i-II and LA808i-II line array speakers in white with an updated aluminum casing. The new array aesthetic was initially introduced in 2021.

SoundTube LA880i-II’s proprietary LAPS (Line Array-Point Source) 3-way design provides a very short near-field extent and hearty far-field performance to create clear and concise sound. The LA880i-II maintains a more consistent ratio of array height to radiated wavelength with frequency tapering of low and mid-frequency passbands, ensuring a stable vertical beamwidth that outperforms many other single box line arrays. Measuring only 7.91″ x 40.87″ x 11.99″, the LA880i-II achieves superb coverage in an aluminum enclosure. It features eight 4.5-inch woofers, eight 2-inch midrange drivers, and one 2.5-inch planar magnetic ribbon high-frequency tweeter for an incredibly smooth high-frequency response. This high-performance speaker is not your typical line array column.

“Our commercial and pro-AV customers needing public announcement and sound reinforcement solutions have been asking for a white version of our line array speakers. The trim and sleek look of the new extruded aluminum cabinet will make a beautiful addition for contemporary spaces,” said Michael Sipe, vice president of sales. “The LA880i-II and LA808i-II line array speakers are perfect for applications requiring well-defined audio for large groups in the corporate, classroom and higher ed, theater, music, and spoken word

SoundTube’s LA808i-II is designed to extend low-frequency vertical directivity from 500Hz to 200Hz when added to the LA880i-IIline array which eliminates reverberation issues and makes low-frequency audio clearer. Identical in size to the LA880i-II, it can be used only in conjunction with the LA880i-II line array either placed directly above or below it.

The LA880i-II and LA808i-II line array speakers are now available to ship in both black and white.

To learn more about SoundTube and MSE Audio, please visit mseaudio.com.


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