InfoComm 2010: EAW QX Series

Jun 9, 2010 2:53 PM

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The QX Series is optimized for installed system applications that require directivity in a powerful low-profile form. The series is particularly geared toward medium to large-sized spaces, including sports arenas, but is also designed for a wide range of other venues requiring high power and consistent coverage in a compact housing, including houses of worship, outdoor stadiums, performing arts venues, theaters and clubs.

All full-range models have squared, symmetrical, dual-trapezoidal enclosures to provide extensive array flexibility. A centrally located co-axial MF/HF horn and two pairs (four) of phase-aligned neodymium 12-inch low-frequency transducers team together to ensure that the entire frontal area contributes to horizontal and vertical pattern control capability.

The five new models include the QX596 (dispersion pattern: 90 degrees x 60 degrees), QX594 (90 degrees x 45 degrees), QX566 (60 degrees x 60 degrees), QX564 (60 degrees x 45 degrees) and QX544 (45 degrees x 45 degrees). All units measure 27.96x27.96x23.95 inches and weigh 130 pounds. A variety of installation applications and accessories provide added flexibility for the installer.

EAW’s new QX Series loudspeakers will be available August 2010.

Find out more about the QX Series.






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