Key Features

  • WLA-210X
  • Dual 10" LF drivers
  • 3" Neodymium HF compression driver
  • 138dB Max SPL
  • Birch plywood construction
  • Integral, side plate adjustable rigging system
  • WLA-210XSUB
  • Dual 15" LF drivers
  • 145dB Max SPL
  • 18mm birch plywood construction

The system
The new WLA-210X line array system keeps the same design philosophies as the acclaimed WLA-25 and WLA-28 systems from Wharfedale Pro. Portable, powerful and versatile line array solutions which are ideal for both touring and fixed installation applications.

Each WLA-210X element uses a pair of custom 10” Wharfedale Pro high-power low-frequency drivers, while the high frequencies are handled by a premium 3.0” titanium diaphragm, neodymium magnet compression driver coupled to a 100° x 10° waveguide.

The waveguide exit extends nearly to the top and bottom of the enclosure to create a continuous acoustical source - resulting in greatly reduced destructive interaction within the array.

The WLA-210X element also features Passive and Bi-amp modes which allows for complete system control. The bi-amp feature enables the system designer to select the best amplification for each driver component within the array. Such control, when used with external signal processing such as the Wharfedale Pro Versadrive series, gives the engineer the ultimate in system fine tuning. This, in turn, leads to the best audio output.

The WLA-210XSUB features dual 15” LF drivers with massive 4.0” voice coils. Specifically created for use with WLA-210X, this subwoofer can be flown or ground stacked easily as a result of its comprehensive rigging hardware.

Premium materials are used throughout the system. The enclosure is constructed of Baltic birch plywood and is coated in a premium and durable Rhino Rock paint. To keep the weight to a minimum and prevent rust, suspension fittings are made of aluminium.

An elegantly simple 3-point suspension system combined with light weight, compact size and excellent handling ergonomics mean that an array can easily be deployed. With the WLA-210X Common Fly frame, systems can be configured as flying or ground stacked in multiple combinations.