Since its official launch last April at Frankfurt’s Prolight + Sound, APG”s new series
of workhorse compact loudspeakers has conquered several key markets including
Germany, Asia and of course France.
APG’s first rental staging clients put the new UC206N (Narrow) and UC206W (Wide)
Uniline Compact loudspeakers to the test along with the versatile subs from the
With the introduction in July of the new dedicated UC115B sub, the series is now
Adopting the same approach as its Uniline “big brother’, the Uniline Compact allows
rental stagers to use the new UC range in any acoustical set up, whether flown or
on the ground.
The Uniline Compact is arguably the only 4-way active range in the market in such
a compact box. It’s also one of the only systems with two line array models offering
constant horizontal acoustic dispersion: 70° on the Narrow version to improve throw
distance as well as intelligibility, 105° on the Wide version to foster stereo image
even in near range and to ensure compatibility with WFS 3D sound.
The new coaxial Isotop motor confers impressive levels of intelligibility in particular
for the vocal bandwidth. Another advantage of the Uniline Compact range is an
impressive size to power ratio and an exceptional musicality down to the low
frequency range, even in wide mode.
Because of the high sonic performance, the UC range can replace all conventional
line arrays in 6.5’’ (17cm), 8’’ (20cm) and a wide range of system applications in
10’’ (25cm). With as little as two speakers in full range, the Uniline Compact can
cater for audiences of between 100 and 1,500 people and can be used as a
supporting sound system, stage lip, delay, balcony front fill, side fill, etc.
In just three months since its launch, the new Uniline Compact has been
successfully deployed for TV sets, concerts, jazz and rock festivals, corporate
events and musicals.
APG is now also offering its largest range of solutions to date with the external
digital processors (DMS range), Class-D amplifiers (SA range), the new DA15:4 and
DA50:4 DSP amplifiers, as well as the Dante enabled amplifiers (DMS48D, DA15:4D