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Butterfly Line Array System

Butterfly Line Array System
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132272
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Fair Condition Help
Lots of nicks and scratches, but works.
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48 Hours
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Europe
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Butterfly Line Array System
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Butterfly Array System consisting of the following:

16 x Butterfly tops

6 x  DBS 18-2 subs

11 x  Outline TNine power amps +  LAKE lm 26 processor all cased in 2 racks

2 x Fly Bars with accessories

All necessary cables included , system ready to go

Description

The C.D.H. 483 Hi-Pack is the Butterfly system's element for mid-low, mid and high frequency reproduction. Weighing just 34 kg. the cabinet has an unmistakable shape which brings to mind the butterfly from which it takes its name, thanks to the triangular opening in the upper and lower "sides". This original design solution favours the optimum coupling of array elements up to the highest frequencies, keeping the distance between the sources as short as possible and at the same time providing them with a continuous loading 'baffle'.

The high frequency section of the Butterfly system is equipped with a 3" (1.41" throat) compression driver coupled with a D.P.R.W.G. (Double Parabolic Reflective Wave Guide) device geometrically based entirely on precise mathematic calculations to take a circular planar (flat) wavefront emitted by the source at its input (e.g. that of a compression driver) and transforming it into a rectangular planar wavefront at its output, keeping signal paths identical from every emission point of the source. The rectangular planar wavefront thus obtained can be loaded by an appropriate horn or waveguide to ensure the necessary coverage.

Four high-efficiency 8" mid woofers: two band-pass loaded (110 ÷ 400Hz) and two reflex high-pass (110 ÷1250Hz) loaded by the sides of a waveguide with a 90° dispersion angle are connected in parallel without any type of passive crossover, so can both be powered using one amplifier.