User manual ELECTRO-VOICE ELIMINATOR M EDS
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[. . . ] The Eliminator Monitor features a self resetting high frequency protection circuit, EV's PRO circuit. This is included with the high quality passive network to prevent accidental high frequency overload and improve system reliability. The bass section of the Eliminator Monitor is designed using Thiele Small optimized parameters for a solid performance to 77 Hz. [. . . ] Response within the 80° x 55° rated coverage angle is uniform, which means
dependable coverage without hot spots or dead zones at certain frequencies. The 80° x 55° dispersion characteristic also helps avoid early reflections from nearby surfaces which could degrade performance. The controlled directivity of the high- and low-frequency transducers also eliminates response irregularities caused by diffraction off nearby enclosure edges and, in combination with an essentially flat on-axis frequency response, produces a total acoustic power output that is uniform with frequency. Directivity A unique feature of the Eliminator Monitor is the constant-directivity dispersion provided by the 80° x 55° horn. The polar response of the system at selected onethird-octave bandwidths is shown in Figure 5. These polar responses were measured in an anechoic environment at 6. 1 meters (20 feet) using one-third-octave pink-noise inputs. The frequencies selected are fully representative of the polar response of the system. Beamwidth of the system utilizing the complete one-thirdoctave polar data is shown in Figure 6. Directivity factor, R , and directivity index, Di, are plotted in Figure 7. Power-Handling Capacity Electro-Voice components and systems are manufactured to exacting standards, ensuring they will hold up, not only through the most rigorous of power tests, but also through continued use in arduous, reallife conditions. The EIA Loudspeaker Power Rating Full Range (ANSI/EIA RS426-A 1980) uses a noise spectrum which mimics typical music and tests the thermal and mechanical capabilities of the components. Electro-Voice will support relevant additional standards as and when they become available. Extreme, in-house power tests, which push the performance boundaries of the woofers, are also performed and passed to ensure years of trouble-free service. Specifically, the Eliminator passes ANSI/ EIA RS-426-A 1980 with the following values:
RSR = 5. 175 ohms (1. 15 x RE) PE(MAX) = 350 watts Test voltage = 42. 55 volts rms, 85. 10 volts peak (+6dB) The peak power-handling capacity of a woofer is determined by the peak test voltage amount. For the Eliminator Monitor, a 85. 10-volt-peak-test voltage translates into 1, 400-watts short-term peak power-handling capacity. This is the equivalent of four times the average power-handling capacity, and is a peak that can be sustained for only a few milliseconds. [. . . ] Incidental and Consequential Damages Excluded: Product repair or replacement and return to the customer are the only remedies provided to the customer. Electro-Voice shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages including, without limitation, injury to persons or property or loss of use. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. [. . . ]
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