Electro-Voice Gladiators Enter Arena

New DJ/Live AV stacks      18/02/04
Electro-Voice Gladiators Enter Arena
Gladiators - we will rock you

The original Electro-Voice® Gladiator in 2003, EV Electro-Voice introducing two Gladiator system packages The Gladiator Series features two models ? the Gladiator 115, 15-inch two-way, and the Gladiator 118, 18-inch subwoofer ? both designed to withstand and outperform the rigorous demands of live sound, DJ, and A/V applications. Gladiator G115 2-Way
  • High Output EVS-15FR 15-inch Woofer
  • 60-degree x 40-degree Controlled Coverage
  • DH2010 Compression Driver for Extended HF
  • 400W Cont., 1,600W Peak Power Rating
  • max. Output 131 dB SPL Gladiator G118 Sub
  • EVS-18S 18-inch Woofer with High Power 4-Layer Voice Coil
  • Extended Response to 32 Hz
  • Built-in Crossover for use as 3-Way System
  • 400W Cont., 1,600W Peak Power Rating
  • Boosts LF Output to 131 dB Used together, the EV system design allows one amplifier channel to drive both units in parallel due to the sub?s built-in optimized lowpass filter. No additional crossovers or amps are required for this true 3-way system. Originally matched to the Electro-Voice Q66 amplifier ? with up to 850W per channel ? Electro-Voice has gone one and two steps further for 2004 adding their brand new CP2200 Class-H Compact Precision Series Power Amplifier to the Gladiator system idea, now providing even more SPL and power! GLADIATOR XL Package includes an EV (Electro-Voice) CP2200 Compact Precision Series Power Amplifier and one G118 and one G115 per side. Amplifier delivers 800W per channel to this configuration.
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