Buy Directional Speaker Model A - Focusonics™

Focusonics™ Model A

1,100  Excl. VAT

Focusonics™ Model A is a directional speaker that focuses and constrains sound to a narrow beam that can reach tens of meters away from the speaker. In the beam the listener is immersed in music or speech while just steps away no sound can be heard. The Focusonics™ speaker in the sound world is much like a laser in the light world.

The Focusonics™ speaker is ideal where sound reproduction needs to be localized to a certain area while quiet is maintained elsewhere. Model A is suited for operation over larger distances, typically 3-15 metres, than Model B. In addition, it is a more powerful version than Model B resulting in larger volume of reproduced sound. Therefore, it is ideal for attracting peoples’ attention from the distance in innovative marketing solutions, targeted public address systems or large venues such as tradeshows and exhibitions. For shorter distance operation, for example, when the speaker is installed in the ceiling above the person’s head Model B is a more suitable alternative.

If the sound beam of the Focusonics™ speaker is directed to a surface, such as an LCD display, the sound will seem to emanate from the display itself rather than the speaker. This feature can be used to create virtual sound effects, for example creating an illusion of the presence of birds in office spaces by playing bird songs and allowing the sound beam to reflect from various surfaces.

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Power Supply 230VAC 50Hz 40W
120VAC 60Hz 40W
Audio source Audio line-in
Bluetooth 4.1
Weight Speaker: 2.4 kg
Amplifier/control unit: 0.7 kg
Total package: 3.9 kg
Dimensions Speaker: 430 × 430 × 19 mm
Amplifier/control unit: 153 x 153 x 48 mm
Package contents Speaker
Amplifier/control unit
Power supply cable
Audio jack cable
4 screws for VESA mounting
(Stand not included)
User manual Download
Frequency response at 2m distance

Frequency response at 2m distance


Beam profiles measured at different frequencies

Beam profiles measured at different frequencies


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