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EAW extends its speaker portfolio

EAW extends its speaker portfolio

EAW extends its speaker portfolio

The RM 121/123 and the RS 151/153 are portable, lightweight, wooden enclosures

Eastern Acoustics Works (EAW) has introduced the RS series of two-way, self-powered loudspeakers and subwoofers. The RM 121/123 and the RS 151/153 are portable, lightweight wooden enclosures housing biamplified electronics. Incorporating EAW’s latest generation of transducers, the high-frequency drivers are married to a rotatable, constant-directivity HF horn offering precise pattern control. The RS Series’ DSP also claims to provide ‘intelligent focusing for accuracy and DynO dynamic optimisation’.

Providing 1,500W and 2,500W of Class-D power, respectively, the companion RS115 and RS118HP self-powered subwoofers feature tuned, vented enclosures, while EAW’s DynO algorithms help to enhance the power transfer from amplifiers to transducers for further headroom at maximum output.

In addition, the US manufacturer has added several new members to its 800 Series of loudspeaker and low-frequency enclosures. In addition, two new series of point-source loudspeakers together with active portable models have been added to its portfolio.

Following the earlier introduction of the KF810P installation line array, a companion subwoofer has been added in the form of the SB818P|F. The vented enclosure is a direct-radiating model incorporating an 18-inch neodymium transducer with long-excursion 5.3-inch voice coil. Designed specifically for fixed for installations, the flyable, compact subwoofer extends the lower frequency range beyond the 50Hz limit of the KF810P three-way module.

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