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NAMM 2011: Electrovoice Announce New Live X Loudspeakers
Electrovoice have announced details of the new Live X series of loudspeakers at this years NAMM.
New Live X series of portable powered and passive loudspeakers is certain to send shivers throughout musicians bringing world-tour-proven Electro-Voice performance within reach of a wider range of customers than ever before.
Comprising three powered and four passive models, Live X sets new standards for portable sound, with the latest Electro-Voice-engineered components; lightweight, durable plywood cabinets; best-in-class SPL output, power-handling, and frequency response; and clean, stackable designs.
Three versatile powered Live X cabinets are available: two full-range loudspeakers and a matching subwoofer.
Each self-contained powered system features Electro-Voice-engineered components optimized for use with the integrated high-efficiency 1000-W and 700-W Class-D amplifiers.
Both full-range systems may be pole-mounted or stacked with the series' acoustically-matched powered subwoofer.
The Live X family also features four passive configurations, including a formidable dual-15' system.
These systems may be used with a wide range of amplifiers, due to their exceptionally efficient design and power handling capabilities.Posted on 13 Jan 2011 17:27 to category : Instruments News
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