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PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2019 1:27 am 
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Saw this on Facebook a few minutes ago and figured I'd share it with everyone. We don't know what it's called at the moment, but it can go from 400 watts all the way to to 4800 watts like the original Quadren series. We knew that ASC was developing something a couple years ago when they posted some CAD drawings on their page. It is a super compact omnidirectional speaker array basically. I don't know if this is a replacement for the I-Force and E-Class lineup. It looks like ASC is wanting to really compete with Sentry for the smallest, most powerful electronic siren. Personally I would have rather them make a bigger omnidirectional siren with the guts of the T-135 AC/DC, but it's good to see new sirens on the market. I'm keen on what drives this siren. It looks like the Sentry VR with 200 watt speakers instead of 120 watt ones.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2019 1:36 am 
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Looks like they could be on to something here. Easy accessibility to drivers, very lightweight, compact, and modular. You could almost treat it like a Quadren and install it on walls and in corners of factories. They go up to 4800W as well. An omni T-135 would've been cool though.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2019 2:52 am 
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This is pretty neat, looks like they literally took midrange horns meant for in concert speakers and stuck them in a box. I had an idea for a similar system a few years ago that I had posted here, I wonder if they got some "inspiration" from it. :P

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