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ELECTRO-VOICE® LAUNCHES NEW ZxA5™ POWERED LOUDSPEAKER AT NSCA 2007 (Booth 1307)

Orlando, Florida, (March 15TH, 2007): Electro-Voice is pleased to launch the new ZxA5 powered two-way loudspeaker at NSCA 2007–the new standard in no-compromise audio performance and versatility, in a simple to use, compact package.

At the heart of the ZxA5 are state-of-the-art transducers. To develop the DVX3150 15” high performance transducer, EV used advanced computer aided design techniques to create forced-air, directional voice coil cooling for high power and efficiency. Finite element analysis was used to optimise the suspension and magnetic structure for long, linear travel, providing low distortion and greater LF extension. Perfect for an incredibly wide range of applications, the DVX3150 provides the ultimate in lightweight reliability… but with a heavyweight 500W power rating.

Handling the HF is the ND2, a two-inch voice coil compression driver based on a neodymium motor structure that allows maximum output while keeping size and weight to a minimum. The ND2‘s precision phasing plug and titanium diaphragm provide better HF performance, while the integral heatsink provides cooling for high power output.

ZxA5 features an integrated high output, lightweight digital amplifier that produces 1000W LF and 250W HF. The very low noise design includes a 24 dB/octave 100Hz high pass filter for use with a sub, the perfect match being the EV Plasma P2 18” powered subwoofer.

ZxA5‘s high tech enclosure uses injection molded high-impact polypropylene structural foam for incredible durability. The enclosure geometry elements have been carefully designed to provide maximum rigidity and bass response. By design, the ZxA5 is also a perfect solution for stage monitors, allowing two angles (45 or 55-degrees) with no additional accessories.

ZxA5 is equipped with three anchor plates for rigging with single stud fittings, along with two more possible anchor plate attachment points on the bottom. For permanent suspension or attaching brackets, the ZxA5 also has two M8 inserts on the top and bottom, two under the handle, and four on the back of the enclosure, for a total of 10. All versions are available in black or white.

Key Features:

Integrated amplifier with 1000W LF, 250W HF
Selectable 100 Hz high pass
DVX3150 15” LF transducer with forced air cooling
ND2 2” voice coil / 1” exit neodymium compression driver
Available in 90×50 and 60×60-degree coverage patterns
High sensitivity: 133dB maximum SPL
Adjustable monitor angle (45 or 55-degree)
Three anchor plates for single stud fittings & 10 integral suspension points
Full line of accessories
PowerCon connector with slave through

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