WNAMM10: New Electrovoice Speaker For Portable Sound

ZXA1 is the self-powered version of the best-selling ZX1 compact two-way loudspeaker      20/01/10
WNAMM10: New Electrovoice Speaker For Portable Sound


Here's the press release...
Electro-Voice engineers have raised the bar for portable sound once again, adding to the award-winning ZX loudspeaker family with the new ZXA1 – the self-powered version of the best-selling ZX1 compact two-way loudspeaker.
Launching globally at Winter NAMM 2010, ZXA1 is powered by an 800 watt amplifier module derived from EV's world-tour-class Tour Grade series – amplifiers with audio quality and reliability proven at the very highest levels.
EV loudspeaker enclosure designs are often imitated but never equaled. ZXA1's lightweight, super-durable molded enclosure ensures it looks as good as it sounds – a stylish-yet-solid choice for a wide range of applications including live sound, mobile DJ, stage monitoring and permanent installation.
ZXA1's professional-grade 8" woofer and 1" titanium compression driver complete the equation, providing a level of sonic performance previously unheard in any compact two-way loudspeaker.
ZXA1: big power and performance has never been so portable.
Key features:
  • Integrated 800 watt power amplifier
  • Biamplified design with transducer protection
  • EV8L 8" high-output LF transducer
  • DH2005 1" exit true compression driver
  • 90° x 50° coverage pattern
  • Rotatable horn design
  • 123 dB maximum SPL
  • Selectable high-pass filter for use with subwoofers
  • Line and microphone inputs
  • Integral monitor angle on enclosure
  • Built-in pole mount
  • Lightweight (< 20 lbs) with integral handle for easy carrying
Pricing and Availability:
TBA More information:
  • electrovoice.com


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