APG introduces Uniline-D at PL+S
Paris, France – Following a full year of careful research and field testing, French loudspeaker manufacturer, APG, is pleased to present the Uniline-D system at PL+S 2012. Originally launched at PL+S 2011 as the downfill element of APG's Uniline line array system, development of the UL210D has continued during the last twelve months to the point where it now constitutes a system in its own right. Uniline-D is a new line source system from APG that complements and enhances the "Uniline Solution", APG's pan-European network of Uniline owners/users.
As a stand-alone system, Uniline-D is ideal for wide dispersion, medium-throw applications including theatre, small to medium-sized concert halls, corporate work, TV studios and much more. Considerably lighter than the main Uniline enclosures, Uniline-D nevertheless features the same main components as Uniline for total compatibility with no loss of power in the listening field as well as constant horizontal directivity, high precision, perfect vertical acoustic coupling, and of course the characteristic APG sound that defines all APG systems.
Uniline-D offers a wealth of options for current Uniline owners: for example, the opportunity to enhance their existing system with additional UL210D enclosures for downfill purposes, which in turn may constitute an independent system for applications requiring less throw/wider coverage yet with the same constant directivity and unrivalled stereo imaging characteristics as the main system.
It also provides an excellent entry into the Uniline Solution for rental companies who are not quite ready to invest in the full Uniline system. By starting off with Uniline-D, they have a ready-made extremely versatile, high quality medium throw system that can easily be combined with UL115B and or TB subwoofers for applications requiring a bit more low end, before graduating progressively to the unique "3-in-1" modular long throw system with UL210, UL210D, UL115 and TB subs in whatever combination best suits their needs.