C for cabinet: we chose wood rather than plastic for a better resonance.
A for acoustics: these speakers will give you the right level of sound if you play an instrument (guitar, keyboard, vocals, drums, etc.), and when set up in pairs you will also have a sound system that works for any size event.
B for coaxial boomer: it probably hasn’t escaped your notice that we have gone for coaxial technology, i.e. the tweeter inside the boomer will give a very pure and linear sound from low to high notes. The sound is as close to a studio sound as you can get.
100 for 100 watts RMS = CAB 100 for your instrument or smaller venues.
200 for 200 watts RMS = CAB 200 for venues where you need a higher volume
"We started out in the music business more than thirty years ago and at the time the professional sound equipment we worked with was heavy, bulky and expensive, but great on sound quality.
Then lighter professional systems appeared, and although the sound quality didn’t change, the price of the equipment was still out of reach for most people. JBL is one of the brands that comes to mind - they really understood what professionals needed.
And after that, well, everything went a little crazy.
We’ve had a stream of plastic products these last few years, each one as bad as the next, and the manufacturers expect us to believe that this new equipment is compact and affordable! Sound is what we know best. When events organisers have had to rely on this type of plastic equipment, we find it hard to listen to the results.
With Prodipe’s help we can give you the real McCoy all over again. Check out the CAB 100 and the CAB 200.”
Claude Salmiéri et Ludovic Lanen