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Stage Monitor

Live Event Stage Monitoring

Solutions for Stage Monitoring

CODA Audio Cue Series stage monitors are ultra-low profile enclosures, that deliver extremely high SPL whilst being extremely resistant to feedback, owing to their exceptionally even frequency response. There are three models in the range, all featuring triaxial design and engineered without compromise to provide a true one point source. From the stage to the TV studio, Cue Series delivers exceptional performance, as discreetly as possible.


Application Products

Client Testimonial...

“CODA Audio? No other company can keep up at the moment.”

Christian Heckmair, Harmonic Sound

Client Testimonial...

"This was our first installation of CODA Audio N-RAY. It was chosen for its fantastic ratio of size to performance, while its ability to provide asymmetrical coverage helped us overcome reflections from the Centre’s walls. The client is very happy indeed with the new system which comfortably meets all the venue’s requirements with headroom to spare."

Marcin Zimny - Commercial Director, Tommex

Client Testimonial...

“I selected the CODA Audio N-RAY not only for its sound quality but also its light weight and small size. The ability to accurately control the coverage angle was especially important - the ability to adjust the angles even by 1° can make a really noticeable difference!”

Mr Ma Xin

Client Testimonial...

"From a technical point of view, we were definitely able to create the space we had aimed for - using the Space Hub control software and the plugin was straightforward and the network setup easily done - pretty much plug and play."

Matthias Dietrich, System Engineer and Sales Representative at Schallwerk.

Client Testimonial...

“The job would have been extremely difficult without CODA’s technology. It took me some time and a very careful approach to make my decisions, but with CODA’s System Optimiser, I was confident that my predictions would be accurate. As well as the main system, we used some delays to increase coverage without getting louder.”

Mathias Sawicz, Hellroad Audio Engineering