ADAPTive Systems Level 1 Test
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This is a multiple choice test where each question may have multiple correct answers.
How do ADAPTive Systems make changes in coverage?
Changing splay angles between cabinets
Using digital delay and FIR processing via software control and presets
Small motors that physically aim the orientation of the drivers
What acoustic benefits does digital steering have over mechanically tilted arrays?
It reduces destructive reflections and room excitation
It will help increase intelligibility and sound quality
It increases destructive reflections and room excitation
What unique differences do ADAPTive systems have over traditional line arrays?
Arrays hang straight with no splay angles
Multiple columns may be attached together to expand horizontal coverage
Discrete control (amp & DSP) for every driver in the system
How do ADAPTive Systems help with height restrictions and sight line issues?
Driver density allows for similar output and coverage with less boxes vs a traditional line array
Straight hangs take up less space when flown
ADAPTive arrays can be flown at virtually any height and still achieve good coverage below the arrays
What is the horizontal coverage of each ADAPTive array module?
ANYA and ANNA both array in 90° segments
ANYA arrays in 45° segments, Anna in 60° segments
ANYA arrays in 60° segments, Anna in 90° segments
Which accurately describes ANYA’s subsystem configuration?
2x LF drivers, 8x MF drivers, 16x HF drivers
2x LF drivers, 6x MF drivers, 14x HF drivers
2x LF drivers, 8x MF drivers, 14x HF drivers
Which accurately describes ANNA’s subsystem configuration?
2x LF drivers, 4x MF drivers, 8x HF drivers
2x LF drivers, 4x MF drivers, 6x HF driver
2x LF drivers, 6x MF drivers, 10x HF drivers
What is the difference in woofer size between ANNA & ANYA?
ANNA utilizes two 10” woofers, ANYA utilizes two 15” woofers
ANNA utilizes two 12” woofers, ANYA utilizes two 15” woofers
ANNA utilizes two 10” woofers, ANYA utilizes two 12” woofers
Concentric Summation Array (CSA) Technology is primary used …
To minimize the interference presented to the high frequency devices by the mid frequency devices
As a way hold the Radial Phase Plug in place
To increase output from the MF
Why are ANYA/ANNA bass apertures offset several inches wider than the transducer spacing?
To improve vertical coverage of the LF
To make low frequency sources further apart acoustically than they are physically
To transition effectively to the pattern control of the midrange
What is the purpose of the IR Sensors on each ADAPTive Module?
Each cabinet knows its relative position in the array
The array is processed and controlled as a single unit, not individual modules
Eliminates the possibility of user error
How do ADAPTive arrays improve stereo imaging?
Multicolumn arrays uniquely create a uniform SPL from a single array over a wide audience
Each program channel source provides a single discrete event without multiple late arrivals
Consistent tonal response is attained from a single source
With an OTTO subwoofer array, it's possible ...
To adapt coverage and amount of cardioid rejection
To either adapt coverage or amount of cardioid rejection
To only choose different levels of cardioid rejection
What benefits increase as ADAPTive array length increases?
How does the ADAPTive Algorithm assign cells to a designated coverage area?
The cells are distributed evenly throughout the venue space
As distance increases, more cells are allocated to the rear
More cells are assigned to the front of the audience area, gradually decreasing towards the rear
Using System Health, is it possible to heal around a fault and recalculate the coverage?
What platform is ADAPTive using to process digital audio
What unique benefit do Adaptive systems offer to help with noise control?
Ability to focus every driver’s energy into a single small area reducing relative SPL outside the desired coverage
Straight arrays are less likely to be perceived as loud, so noise mitigation authorities won’t notice
Adaptive systems won’t get as loud as traditional arrays
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