Line Array Meter Modules are pictured on the right. Each Ribbon line array is a one meter high building
block that can be easily assembled into long columns. A three high rig is approximately 10 ft. in length and
will "throw"a long way with pattern control to lower frequencies. This column approach is often a much more
economical way to build arrays when compared to typical curvilinear systems. Typical line array enclosures have expensive
multi-position flying hardware, require multiple in-out cabling and use up a lot of amplifiers. In many cases your paying
a lot more for features that you don't need.
The CGN6685 is a 2-way loudspeaker with six 6.5"woofers
(opt. Neo6.5"), and five 8" Push-Pull Neodymium Ribbons in an ultra light weight composite enclosure.
They are available in Black or White finish with internal Flying / mounting hardware
A Neo version of
the CGN6685 with video shielded, high output Neo6.5" woofers , is also available. It weighs only
New* Now You can also order
a wooden cabinet version of the CGN6685. (18-ply. Baltic Birch ) Black,White or
Birch raw finish. 40.5" H x 10.5" W x 7.37" D This version has more flypoints (12), rear
inputs (dual Speakons) and a wrap around metal grill. It's designed to work flawlessly on the road and in permanent
installations. A small package with high output sound that's incredibly light weight , Only
37.5 lbs. (17 kgs)
We strive to make our ribbon
arrays as durable as as possible. We now offer a ribbon protection network that prevents DC current (clipping amp) from
reaching the driver. Limiting is automatic. A solid state regulation circuit controls the power input
to the speaker and turns levels down only when necessary. Now that's one less thing to worry about.
A picture of the new CGN1800 sub compact is located on the last page- (ribbons loudspeakers)
It's an 18" subwoofer with the right dimensions that's loaded with a high power 18" woofer.
Subs designed to be bass blocks that fit into places where space is at a premium.
This site has 5 pages & was last updated May -02-2013
To learn more about ribbons and line arrays go to www.ribbonlinearray.com This site contains a wide veriety of links and papers that discuss Line Array theory. It's all about
the physics and practical considerations that are fundamental to good designs.
is one of our websites that has more information about Neodymium loudspeakers
AES link below will lead to a number of papers about ribbons.