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EAW® Offers Contractors and System Integrators KF200NT Loudspeaker Module

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Small loudspeaker module is ideal for Corporate A/V, performing arts venues, houses-of-worship and more

Whitinsville, MA, USA, March 8, 2011 – EAW®, a world leader in audio system solutions, offers its KF200NT loudspeaker module. KF200NT is one of EAW’s three recently unveiled comprehensively integrated NT models in its award-winning KF Series. An ideal scalable solution for corporate A/V, performing arts venues, houses-of-worship, retail, ballrooms, theaters, theme parks and more, the KF200NT is quickly becoming a favorite among contractors and system integrators worldwide.

The KF200NT consists of a single 10-inch woofer with 2.5-inch voice coil and a coaxial mid-high driver consisting of 8-inch cone MF with 2-inch voice coil, and 1.75-inch voice coil compression driver HF, and it features a perfectly matched 1500-Watt amplifier. Engineered by EAW’s Whitinsville, Massachusetts, USA-based design team, the KF200NT delivers premium performance in a compact design that offers a lightweight solution. Aside from class-leading neodymium components and co-axial mid/high frequency components, it features EAW Focusing™ processing, software-accessible DSP and the proprietary U-Net™ network.

EAW’s NT units are not conventional P.A. loudspeakers; they incorporate a revolutionary active DSP (digital signal processing) technology known as EAW Focusing. In basic terms, EAW Focusing corrects the sonic problems inherent in conventional compression driver phase plugs, horns and LF driver technology. This, along with the highest quality internal amplification, affords sonic performance comparable to premium direct radiating studio monitors, but at much higher output levels. The NT’s integral electronics are based on proven, high efficiency amplifier technology, and feature field-replaceable amplifier modules for added convenience and minimal down time should an extremely rare amplifier failure occur.

A variety of available accessories provide the ability to tailor the KF200NT to any application, offering both portable features and M10 installation points. For contractors and system integrators who require added flexibility, available universal accessories include trim plates that hide handles, adjustable U-brackets, quick release flytrack segments that integrate into any enclosure and adjustable legs for use as a stage monitor.

The KF200NT has a weight of 43 lbs (19.5 kg) and measures 19.75″ x 11.94″ x 12.35″ (0.5 m x 0.3 m x 0.31 m).

For more information, please visit www.eaw.com.

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