Sensors: Speaker orientation, pole sensor, power amp temperature, power supply,
I noticed this in the spec sheet and since we where talking poles here I thought I would ask...
A "Pole Sensor™ "
patented vodka (especially Wyborova) detector (all rights reserved) that operates by automatically locating anyone with a family name that ends in the suffix "ski" or "sky".
The StageSource "Pole Mount Sensor"
is a slightly less valuable system that Line 6 includes with their StageSource speakers. While being totally useless
for locating top quality beverages, it does
automatically modify the spectral characteristics of the audio from L2 and L3 systems to compensate for the acoustic effects of elevating the enclosures.
In some rooms with high natural reverb, it can be very useful useful to install the L3 high (3 to 4 m above the floor level) AND with a vertical angle directing the sound to the floor (and audience) and not towards the front wall. What type of "pole" and anchors could be adapted to L3?...
You've once again raised good points, Pierre ...and the short answer, as silverhead pointed out earlier in this conversation, is that the pole socket (sometimes called a "speaker hat") built into StageSource speakers will accommodate the "riser" in any stand that is of the"regular" or "larger standard" 35-36mm diameter, subject to his typically wise warning
...Just make sure they are rated for the weight.
Speaking of which, König & Meyer rate their ingenious tilt adapters http://produkte.k-m....CONNECTOR-black
, so they are obviously ideal for the smaller StageSource L2s, ...but I dare say that the very slight 1.1kg "overload" imposed by the larger L3 systems should be well within the "margin for error" that's in K&M's typically conservative ratings.