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AMFS 1x2

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The most common and flexible truss module style in use is
the single module truss, for specific loudspeaker cabinets.
It is comprised of a single load rated steel frame.

The 1 X 2 configuration is a light weight low profile suspension
frame. Most truss modules take the overall shape of the top and
bottom of the loudspeaker and utilize the cabinet’s load rated
suspension points to secure itself to the cabinet. Typical profiles
include those that resemble the shape of a Roman numeral “5”
and that of an asymmetrical letter “I”.

Light Duty Truss Module

AMFS Series

The AMFS 1 X 2 modular loudspeaker rigging system is used for light-weight live-sound and touring applications where full clusters of loudspeakers can be set up and flown in just minutes. This method of connecting loudspeakers together provides the installer with a rapid assembly and disassembly process for setting up and aiming sound at any venue for performances at live shows, convention centers and touring applications.

At the heart of the AMFS system is its load rated truss module, which is built from rugged tubular steel alloy frames using certified weld processes then finished with a hardy, baked-on black textured powder coat. They are designed to anchor to the top and bottom of specific loudspeaker cabinets and serve as highly reliable suspension devices. When used with other components, such as connecting bars and stacking brackets, loudspeakers can be linked together in horizontal and vertical configurations.

Horizontal clustering is achieved through pre set angles connecting bars, which are available in 5° increments starting a 0°, all the way to 70°. Vertical stacking is accomplished through the system’s stacking bracket component.

Most loudspeaker rigs can be clustered two or more cabinets wide by up to four cabinets deep. Because these trusses and connecting bars can be joined via quick release pins, loudspeaker rigs can be assembled, aimed and flown in minutes. Just about any venue can be accommodated.

For a list of current designs click here

Material: Tubular steel alloy
Finish: Textured powder coat
Colors: Black
Working Load Limit: 300 lbs. (xx kg) max
Design Factor: 5:1 ratio
Pack Count: 1/carton (hardware included)

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The ShackleMount is the actual pick up mechanism, attached to the truss module(s) that provides a secure suspension point, as well as a tilt aiming. Most AMFS modules include a variety of front to back ShackleMount attach points that provide various down angles for vertical aiming.

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Shacklemount (extended):

In addition to selecting from the various attach points on the truss module for down tilt aiming, this component provides more down tilt options by allowing the suspension cable to attach further away from the cluster’s center of gravity.

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Connecting Bar:

AMFS truss modules are joined together horizontally using two AMFS aluminum alloy connecting bars, top and bottom and front and back, when speakers are tight-packed. Just one, top to bottom, when speakers are aimed away from each other, horizontally. They come available in 5 degree increments starting at zero and continue all the way to 70 degrees and affect the horizontal relationship between loudspeaker cabinets. Connecting bars insert inside truss module tube ends and connect with quick release locking pins.

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Stacking Bracket:

Stacking Brackets join loudspeakers vertically allowing the installer to rig (to the loudspeaker manufacturer’s specified limit) multiple tiers of loudspeakers. The stacking bracket locks the bottom of the upper loudspeaker cabinet’s truss module with the top of the lower speakers truss module by way of quick release locking pins or standard high-grade fasteners.