Powersoft has announced the M-force 301P01 transducer, which brings a series of additional features to the M-Force design for OEM partners

Powersoft M-force 301P01M-force is now available as the M-force 01 long-throw linear motor for infra sub applications and the M-force 02 short throw linear motor for high acceleration applications. With longer linear displacement, M-Force 01 is designed for direct radiation and band-pass applications, enabling manufacturers to keep cabinet sizes to a minimum. M-Force 02 is designed for reliability under extreme loads, such as band-pass applications and loaded horn configurations.

Based on a patented, moving magnet, linear motor structure, M-Force is engineered to exploit all available power from switch-mode amplifiers to deliver for optimum power handling, electromagnetic conversion, reliability and SPL. Generating linear movement with parallel moving magnets, M-Force outperforms the limitations of traditional moving coils.

M-Force 301P01 is engineered in a robust, factory assembled package, to simplify implementation. The motor is matched to the finest of tolerances to a purpose-built diaphragm, through a newly designed coupling and a lightweight chassis, also improving thermal dissipation. The need for an external spring has also been negated as magnetic spring action from linear movement is delivered by motor and magnets alone.

‘I’ve always considered power amplification, signal processing and transducer design in loudspeaker to be one single entity in the pursuit of performance,’ says Powersoft R&D Director, Claudio Lastrucci. ‘There’s no division between one domain and another because this would limit the evolution of the products to small changes that don’t add up.’ 

M-Force is configurable as a full system, comprised of M-Drive, which is conceived to drive reactive loads. M-Drive can be equipped with any Powersoft or third-party DSP system, and integrates Differential Pressure Control Sensor technology (DPC) used in both IPAL and M-Force systems.

DPC allows a differential pressure signal, acoustically obtained from the two sides of the moving loudspeaker membrane, to be fed to the amplifier just as any other electrical feedback signal, thus overcoming one of the greatest limitations to the achievement of outstanding acoustical performance. In turn, Powersoft’s Zero Latency DSP provides an innovative architecture that ensures an astonishing 10μs latency on the critical feedback paths allows analogue type feedback approach with the flexibility of a DSP core.

Each element of the M-Force system and OEM product from Powersoft is configurable with Armonía ProManager, allowing OEM manufacturersyto initialise the system so that it shows proprietary brand information in Armonía, including series and model name, image and the serial number of the product.

More: www.powersoft-audio.com

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