Whether it’s a bar, an AV installation, a church or a prestige nightclub
— the CDD Series has it covered.
CDD is the one-stop solution with six two-way full-range coaxial systems — from the micro CDD5 to the powerful CDD15 —which when complemented by high-performance SX Series subwoofers cover practically all install applications. With the CDD Weather Resistant (WR) and Marine (MAR) variants, those applications are extended even further.
Coaxial Differential Dispersion technology delivers more consistent audience coverage than systems with fixed dispersion X° x Y° horns — projecting more output to the rear of the audience to distribute sound evenly front-to-back, while having wide horizontal coverage close-up. This increased coverage area can reduce the speaker count in larger installations by up to 25% thereby significantly reducing total installation cost of a project.
Visually-appealing enclosure design is a signature of the CDD Series. The full-range enclosures can be used in either horizontal or vertical orientation, with rotation of the coaxial driver easily accomplished by removing the screw-free, protective grille. The curved shape of each full-range enclosure allows it to be discreetly mounted close to a wall or ceiling.
The enclosures are moulded from different materials for optimal performance and price efficiency. CDD5 is injected moulded ABS, with CDD6 through CDD10 moulded in rigid UPM Formi — a natural fibre composite material which combines stiffness with excellent internal damping properties. CDD12 and CDD15 are now moulded using birch plywood. All models feature sophisticated internal rib structures to reduce weight and increase rigidity, and for the CDD8 upwards, the speaker baffles are machined from birch ply. Finished in black (RAL90095) or white (RAL9016) as standard, the CDD series can be finished in any RAL colour to order.
When used with the DX4.0 controller or an iKON amplifier, there now enhanced DSP and FIR based pre-sets to deliver the absolute maximum performance and fidelity while limiter settings protect the integrity of the system.
In summary, architects are happy with the discreet design and often fewer speakers; system integrators are happy as they can provide exemplary coverage for spaces and competitive tenders that increases the number of jobs that can be won; and the quality of coverage and consistency not only delights the client but also their clientele. No wonder, CDD is the shape of things to come.