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Dec 4, 2009 12:00 PM, By Bennett Liles

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Community Professional Loudspeakers Cloud 1299T

Community Professional Loudspeakers Cloud 1299T

For larger areas such as convention centers and exhibit halls, the Cloud 1299T two-way, coaxial loudspeaker from Community Professional Loudspeakers puts out 200W continuous power with an 8Ω input and 60Hz-to-18kHz response. The peak SPL rating is 125dB with a 12in. LF driver and precise pattern control HF horn.

For 100V systems, the 6in. Dynacord DL 96 B provides continuous power handling at 6W with power taps at 6W, 3W, and 1.5W. The ring and front grille are equipped with a bayonet-style quick mount. The frequency response is 85Hz to 18.5kHz, and the maximum SPL handling capacity is 100dB.

EAW CIS991

EAW CIS991

Designed to mount in a 24in. ceiling grid, the CIS991 from EAW uses an array of loudspeakers in one unit sharing a common backcan to provide full frequency response from 79Hz to 20kHz with four 5.25in. LF units, four 4.5in. MF cones, and one HF horn. The 70/100V system has power taps at 128W, 64W, 32W, and 16W.



Electro-Voice EVID C4.2

Electro-Voice EVID C4.2

Electro-Voice offers a complete two-way loudspeaker package in the 4in. coaxial EVID C4.2 sealed backcan loudspeaker for 70/100V or 8Ω operation. The unit provides a conical coverage pattern of 130 degrees and a frequency response of 65Hz to 20kHz with power handling of 80W continuous and 320W peak.

Genelec AIC25

Genelec AIC25

The Genelec AIC25 active two-way loudspeaker is part of a system that includes its matching rackmounted remote RAM2 amplifier module that features active crossover circuitry and 40+40W amplifiers for the bass and treble drivers. The system provides a frequency response of 70Hz to 18kHz and a maximum peak acoustic output of 100dB SPL per pair.



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