Loa hybrid 3 way toàn dài kích thước gọn gàng nhưng hiệu quả cao như 2-3 loa line array mid size, LF 4x12'' + MF 1x3.5'' + HF 1.75'', Công suất 2175W AES ~ 8700W - EAW -- QX596
Transducer: LF – 2 x 12 in cone, 2.5 in voice coil; HF – 2 x 1 in exit, 1.7 in voice coil compression Transducer: LF 4x 12 in. cone; MF 1x. 2 in. exit 3.5 in. compression; HF 1x 2 in. exit, 1.75 in compression driver
Loading: LF: Phase-Aligned™; MF: Horn-loaded; HF: Horn-loaded
Amplifier Channels: Bi-amp (Passive MF/HF) LF, MF/HF
External Signal Processing: DSP w/EAW Focusing
55 – 20k
Axial Sensitivity (1W @ 1m, dB SPL)
Passive MF/HF: 111
Power Handling/Impedance (Watts @ Ohms)
LF: 2000 @ 2 (single amp), 1000 @ 4 (2x pairs)
Passive MF/HF: 175 @ 8
Calculated Maximum Output Peak (dB SPL)
Passive MF/HF: 139
Calculated Maximum Output Long Term (dB SPL)
Passive MF/HF: 133
Nominal Coverage (degrees)
Bi-amplified (passive MF/HF)
Welcome to ‘Line array’ control and output, without the line array. The QX series is optimized for installed system applications that require precise directivity in a powerful, low-profile form.
The QX Series delivers very high output point source clusters in a very size-efficient package. The series includes two ranges – QX500 and QX300 – each of which delivers a choice of coverage patterns from systems that use identical enclosures.
The series is particularly geared toward medium-to-large-sized spaces. Ideal in sports arenas the series is also designed for a wide range of other venues requiring high power and consistent coverage in a compact housing; venues including houses of worship, outdoor stadiums, performing arts spaces, theaters and clubs.
The QX’s broadband pattern control lets it tame hostile acoustical environments like cathedrals or highly reverberant public spaces. And its exceptional fidelity pleases the most critical listeners in concert halls and performing arts centers.
|Very high power in small enclosure||Need fewer loudspeakers|
|Acoustical design for maximum control
(down to 250 Hz) in both dimensions
|Line array performance without line arrays|
|Large variety of coverage patterns available||Tame reverberant environments, keeping energy on audience and away from walls and ceilings|
|Double-trapezoidal enclosure shape||Easily find the best match for each venue|
|Exceptional fidelity via EAW Greyboxes & Focusing||Easily arrange into clusters where needed to match coverage to audience. Get to a great result with minimal tuning effort with consistent sound from one use to the next|
|Available in range of colors and finishes||Standard white or black for typical applications, color-matching for specific visual environments and WP for outdoors|
Core technologies featured in the QX Series include:
Symmetrical arrangement of acoustic sources along a common axis for utmost consistency throughout the coverage pattern.
Tuned spacing of LF components to extend pattern control without the need for enormous horns.
Use of advanced digital signal processing to perfect impulse response of a loudspeaker in the time domain. Eliminating horn “honk” and splashiness, the loudspeaker sounds more like a studio monitor than a “PA” speaker.
The QX Series technology platform features a bilaterally symmetrical design. That is, all frequency sections share both the vertical and horizontal axes, producing idealized summation and unmatched coherency. Four low frequency cones spaced symmetrically at tuned distances deliver pattern control well into the LF passband.
The passive, wired-for-biamplification QX Series draws on the knowledge and engineering resources gained through the development of EAW’s lauded AX Series, maintaining its reputation of “big horns in compact packages.”
A centrally located co-axial MF/HF horn and two pairs (four) of phase-aligned neodymium 12-inch low frequency transducers team together to ensure that the entire frontal area contributes to horizontal and vertical pattern control capability.
Because the four low frequency transducers surround the high compression driver symmetrically in the horizontal and vertical planes, response across the full frequency spectrum appears to originate from a single point in space.
Users can select between single-amp and bi-amp operating modes. Additionally, each woofer pair is brought out to the input plate independently to permit independent, series, or parallel wiring. Combined, these features offer enormous installation flexibility.
The natural sound of the QX Series is unmistakable, and its ability to create custom, seamless arrays is unmatched.. The result is an extremely natural sounding loudspeaker with excellent pattern control and low distortion. One that has the power to take that natural presentation to the far reaches of arenas and stadiums.
Every EAW product series works seamlessly with our array of software applications designed to make installation easier and sound optimisation a more exact science.
EAW Resolution 2.7™, for example, is a powerful and easy-to-use simulation software that accurately predicts the performance of multiple arrays within a venue. Driven by EAW’s proprietary Resolution acoustics modeling software, Resolution is more accurate and powerful than previous generations of software by utilizing measured 3D acoustic data.
Output levels are displayed by varying color using a variety of methods, including 1/3-octave and broadband SPL, A and C weighted. The actual frequency response at any point in a venue can also be viewed. User-defined environmental conditions, specifically temperature and humidity, are factored into these calculations.
The new QX Series delivers high output, broadband pattern control and exceptional fidelity for a wide range of permanently installed applications. Its high output level make it appropriate for long throws in arenas and stadiums or for high-energy applications like live music venues or dance clubs. Its broadband pattern control lets it tame hostile acoustical environments like cathedrals or highly reverberant public spaces. And its exceptional fidelity pleases the most critical listeners in concert halls and performing arts centers.
The QX596i loads an ultra-efficient mid/high compression driver with a 90° (h) x 60° (v) constant directivity horn. Four Phase Aligned™ 12-in low frequency transducers arranged as vertical and horizontal pairs leverage beneficial interaction based on their spacing to extend pattern control well into the low frequency range.
Because the four low frequency transducers surround the coaxial mid/high compression driver symmetrically in both the horizontal and vertical planes, response across the full frequency spectrum appears to originate from a single point in space. This basic design facilitates an idealized summation of the three frequency sections, eliminating the anomalies associated with designs that physically offset the sections. This idealized coherence applies in both the horizontal and vertical planes throughout the coverage area.
Six year warranty.