Posted in materials on July 21, 2015 9:01 am EDT

Community Releases BalancePoint Flyware for I Series Loudspeakers

Innovative flying hardware solution allows architects and system engineers to simplify complex array creation while maintaining a low profile.

Community Professional's new BalancePoint Flyware for the I Series family of loudspeakers.


 

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By Church Designer Staff

I Series is an innovative family of high-performance, arrayable loudspeakers with matching-height subwoofers from Community Professional. By combining I Series with Community’s exclusive BalancePoint Flyware, system designers can implement complex solutions for applications ranging from houses of worship to multi-purpose auditoriums, live theaters and other professional and commercial venues.

BalancePoint Flyware complements the appearance of I Series loudspeakers in black or white with a low-profile design that hugs the ceiling and eliminates unsightly aircraft cables.

BalancePoint Flyware is, according to the company, a highly versatile flying hardware system that makes it easy to create planar or isometric arrays and add rear, top or steered subwoofers. Individual loudspeakers may be precisely aimed and arrays can be quickly assembled in the shop or on-site. BalancePoint Flyware complements the appearance of I Series loudspeakers in black or white with a low-profile design that hugs the ceiling and eliminates unsightly aircraft cables.

Chris Barrow, Community’s director of product marketing, says, “I Series with its BalancePoint Flyware helps fulfill the vision of the system designer by making it easy to design and implement the ideal system for any venue. These products represent an important direction for Community, one where we strive to create a blend of function and aesthetics that can meet the technical needs of systems engineers while also pleasing architects and interior designers.”

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