Peavey Architectural Acoustics Elements Loudspeaker
Jun 20, 2014 4:02 PM
Peavey Architectural Acoustics is now shipping its latest advancement in pro audio loudspeaker enclosures, the Elements weatherproof loudspeakers. The Elements C series of composite enclosures are constructed from a composite fiberboard material that is dimensionally stable in wet conditions and resists contamination, yet has the resonant properties of wood. The aluminum grilles of the Elements C series enclosures feature a barrier membrane that repels water yet allows moisture to escape without affecting the sonic performance of the loudspeaker. The IP45-rated Elements C series is available in three two-way, full-range configurations, and as a flyable subwoofer. The Elements 115C and Elements 112C debut new 15in. and 12in. weatherproof Black Widow woofers and an RX 22 2in. titanium diaphragm compression driver tweeter coupled to a Quadratic-Throat Waveguide rotatable horn. The Elements 115C and Elements 112C can each be ordered with either a 60x40 or a 105x60 horn. The Elements 108C combines a 75x75 horn with an 8in. weatherproof woofer in a compact and durable enclosure. The Elements 212 subwoofer is a flyable subwoofer enclosure featuring a pair of 12in. weatherproof woofers.
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