Community VLFSABW
Steered Array Bracket in White

OUR PART #  VLFSABW


Community's VLF Steered Array Bracket enables the construction of cardioid bass arrays, steered bass arrays, or vertical bass columns of VLF212 and VLF208 subwoofers, or combinations of both. Designated the VLF-SAB, it is intended for use only with Community’s VLF212 and VLF208 subwoofer systems, which share a common width of 21.75 inches.

The kit consists of two metal Array Brackets for connecting the VLF subwoofers together. Each single VLFSAB kit can connect a pair of VLF208 enclosures, a pair of VLF212 enclosures, or three VLF208 enclosures. Use multiple VLF-SAB kits to connect additional enclosures. All parts in the kit are engineered to provide a high margin of safety when used with VLF loudspeakers. The brackets are manufactured of steel and covered with a durable powder-coat finish. Each kit comes complete with twelve sets of M10 x 40mm hex bolts, lockwashers and flatwashers. Kits are available in either black or white to match the color of the enclosures.

No hardware is provided to mount the loudspeaker assembly. Such hardware must be supplied by the installer and should be sized and rated to safely handle the combined weight load of the enclosures and brackets. The installer is solely responsible for determining if all rigging components that are used to suspend the enclosures are adequately sized and rated, and if the structure they are suspended from is
capable of safely supporting the aggregate weight load.

Note: Danger: All rigging points on each enclosure must be fitted with either optional mounting hardware or they must remain sealed with the flat-head Allen screws that come installed in the enclosure. The flat-head Allen screws pass through the birch plywood panels and fasten to internal steel rigging brackets, thereby providing structural integrity. Without these Allen screws, the structural integrity of the plywood enclosure would rely solely on the adhesion of the glue joints, which over time could deteriorate. Therefore, all rigging fittings must have fasteners in place so that the enclosure may be safely ‘flown’ or suspended overhead. Additionally, if the rigging fittings are not sealed, air leaks will occur in the enclosure that will compromise the low frequency performance with distortion and reduced output.

Note: Warning: VLF rigging fittings are rated at a Working Load Limit of 150 lbs (68 kg) with a 15:1 safety margin. No single rigging fitting should ever be subjected to a load that is greater than 150 lbs. When multiple enclosures are suspended one above the other, it is the installer’s responsibility to insure that the combined weight load does not exceed the Working Load Limit on
any one rigging fitting. This is particularly important if the enclosures are angled steeply downward (or upward), as most or all of the weight may be supported by the rear (or front) points only. Failure to heed this warning could result in injury or death!

Community VLFSABW
Steered Array Bracket in White

OUR PART #  VLFSABW

Product Information:

Community's VLF Steered Array Bracket enables the construction of cardioid bass arrays, steered bass arrays, or vertical bass columns of VLF212 and VLF208 subwoofers, or combinations of both. Designated the VLF-SAB, it is intended for use only with Community’s VLF212 and VLF208 subwoofer systems, which share a common width of 21.75 inches.

The kit consists of two metal Array Brackets for connecting the VLF subwoofers together. Each single VLFSAB kit can connect a pair of VLF208 enclosures, a pair of VLF212 enclosures, or three VLF208 enclosures. Use multiple VLF-SAB kits to connect additional enclosures. All parts in the kit are engineered to provide a high margin of safety when used with VLF loudspeakers. The brackets are manufactured of steel and covered with a durable powder-coat finish. Each kit comes complete with twelve sets of M10 x 40mm hex bolts, lockwashers and flatwashers. Kits are available in either black or white to match the color of the enclosures.

No hardware is provided to mount the loudspeaker assembly. Such hardware must be supplied by the installer and should be sized and rated to safely handle the combined weight load of the enclosures and brackets. The installer is solely responsible for determining if all rigging components that are used to suspend the enclosures are adequately sized and rated, and if the structure they are suspended from is
capable of safely supporting the aggregate weight load.

Note: Danger: All rigging points on each enclosure must be fitted with either optional mounting hardware or they must remain sealed with the flat-head Allen screws that come installed in the enclosure. The flat-head Allen screws pass through the birch plywood panels and fasten to internal steel rigging brackets, thereby providing structural integrity. Without these Allen screws, the structural integrity of the plywood enclosure would rely solely on the adhesion of the glue joints, which over time could deteriorate. Therefore, all rigging fittings must have fasteners in place so that the enclosure may be safely ‘flown’ or suspended overhead. Additionally, if the rigging fittings are not sealed, air leaks will occur in the enclosure that will compromise the low frequency performance with distortion and reduced output.

Note: Warning: VLF rigging fittings are rated at a Working Load Limit of 150 lbs (68 kg) with a 15:1 safety margin. No single rigging fitting should ever be subjected to a load that is greater than 150 lbs. When multiple enclosures are suspended one above the other, it is the installer’s responsibility to insure that the combined weight load does not exceed the Working Load Limit on
any one rigging fitting. This is particularly important if the enclosures are angled steeply downward (or upward), as most or all of the weight may be supported by the rear (or front) points only. Failure to heed this warning could result in injury or death!

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