Complete with a new larger tweeter and more powerful amplifier, the 4040A active loudspeaker is designed to deliver a high level of clarity and SPL (Sound pressure Level) in the most demanding speech amplification projects. This performance combines with other features developed with systems integrators in mind; no rack mounted amplifier required, low heat load generation for fan free cooling, full circuit protection, to deliver the premier active loudspeaker solution on the market.
Launched at Integrated Systems Europe
2011 in Amsterdam, Genelec took the new 4040A, a new model in their 4000 Series range of active 2-way loudspeakers, to InfoComm
11. The new loudspeaker, in common with the existing models in the range (the 4020A and 4030A), is designed for the professional installation market, while incorporating new features for use in applications such as larger conference rooms and auditoria.
“We’ve been delighted with the reception the 4000 Series has received from the systems integration community since its launch,” says Terho Savolainen, Marketing Manager, Genelec Oy. “The excellent response we’ve had confirms our belief that many in the sector are looking to achieve audio excellence in their installations. This new model builds on the strengths of the existing products in the range and adds features that extend the reach of the product to meet the demands of larger and more complex installations.”
Integrators working on demanding speech amplification projects should appreciate the amount of SPL and clarity the 4040A is designed for. Genelec has optimized performance in medium scale speech amplification projects. Special attention has also been given to minimizing microphone feedback wherever possible; thanks to a controlled directivity pattern more gain can be achieved before microphone feedback becomes an issue. Alongside the speech amplification benefits the 4040A is also a powerful active loudspeaker that is suited to music playback- whatever the chosen environment. The larger tweeter produces powerful, pitch perfect reproduction at the highest frequencies.