Portland, OR – June 2020… Rose City Sound has added a Fulcrum Acoustic FL283T Cardioid Line Array system to their production inventory. The FL283T is Fulcrum’s touring version of their FL283 Line Array module and first loudspeaker to utilize their patented Passive Cardioid Technology™.
Rose City Sound has been a longtime user of Fulcrum Acoustic, relying on the DX series, FA28 dual 8” coaxial loudspeakers, and the TS221 dual 21” subwoofers. Their stock of 16 FA12 loudspeakers are used as main speakers or stage monitors due to their compact size, high output, pole mount and dual stage monitor angles. Rose City had already experienced Fulcrum’s Passive Cardioid Technology™ with their previously acquired CSP118 Portable Subcardioid Subwoofers. The FL283T line array system (purchased along with FA22 dual 12” coaxial loudspeakers and TS215 dual 15” subwoofers) was a natural next step when they were looking to expand their inventory.
Many line array systems struggle with excessive low frequency rear radiation, which can result in loss of clarity. Fulcrum Acoustic’s patented Passive Cardioid Technology™ dramatically reduces rear radiation, thereby improving system performance for both the audience and performers alike. Eric Iverson (VP, Rose City Sound) test drove an FL283T system at several events. His experience confirmed that the FL283T was the correct solution for Rose City.
Eric reports, “We’re excited to have the FL283T in our catalogue. The clarity and fidelity of the system is quite good. The rigging system makes handling a breeze. All of our Fulcrum Acoustic gear is received well by artists and audiences; we know that our know line array system will be, too.”