- Modular scalable LF column array system, for each size venue / application
- Tight driver arrangement for optimal array coupling
- All-Neodymium 12” drivers for excellent performance-to-weight ratio
- Height and design-matching with QR24 and QM24 systems
- SIS™ pre-wired for very high damping and further reduced distortion
- Shallow form factor and ACO™ color option for unobtrusive, “stealth” installation
The QB242 is a modular column bass system to be used in both permanent and (limited) portable applications. It is designed as the low-frequency extension (LFE) system to the QR24 line-source column system; However, it can be used as arrayable LFE system with any Alcons system.
The QB242 can be stacked or flown in multiples, making it an ideal building block to form bass arrays, for obtaining low frequency projection and throw control in acoustically challenging spaces. The controlled (cylindrical) projection of the QR24 can thus be extended down to the lower frequencies by enlarging the LFE array length through adding extra QB242 modules.
The 8 ohms system impedance, makes for a very efficient amplifier channel loading, when assembling arrays of multiple units.
The direct-radiating 12” Neodymium woofers are mounted in a vented chamber, with large bass reflex ports for excellent breathing capacity, increasing overall output while minimising port-compression.
The double baffle board and the combination of complex internal panel lay-out with the reflex-ports brings a rigid structure with a high enclosure stiffness from a weight-efficient package.
The integrated mounting hardware facilitates easy coupling with other QB242 or QR24/QM24 modules; The shallow form-factor, QR24-matching height and design and the Architect Color Option™, cater for a perfect integration.
The QB242 is powered and controlled by the ALC amplified loudspeaker controller; Through the integrated processing and feedback, the ALC offers QB242-specific drive processing with optimal response and long-term reliability. The integrated factory presets in the ALC drive processor offer gain, phase and filtering matching with all Alcons top systems.
Through the Signal Integrity Sensing (SIS™) pre-wiring, the cable-length and connector resistance between the QB242 and ALC is dynamically compensated (system damping factor 10.000), further reducing distortion, while increasing response accuracy.
Typical applications for the Q-systems include main system for theatre, PA system in “acoustically challenging rooms”, mobile long-throw sound system a.o.