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[. . . ] STEP UP TO EV ! Founded in 1927 as a microphone company, Electro-Voice® has grown into one of today's dominant worldwide forces in design and manufacturing of top-quality products for broadcast, touring sound, permanently installed sound reinforcement and music playback systems. Recognized the world over as a leader in audio technology, EV® is ubiquitous in performing arts centers, sport facilities, houses of worship, cinemas, dance clubs, transportation centers, theaters, and, of course, live music. EV's reputation for providing superior audio products and dedication to innovation continues today. Whether EV microphones, loudspeakers systems, amplifiers or signal processors, the EV solution is always step up in performance and reliability. [. . . ] Kevlar®-fibercomposite cones are used to provide structural strength to resist collapse during explosive dynamic peaks and to provide internal mechanical damping to minimize resonances that can change the character of the sound at high levels. DL and EVX woofers are made of cast aluminium frames with push terminals, and all feature Ring-Mode DecouplingTM (RMDTM) except for the DL18MT and the EVX180B. Speaker Parts DL10X Cone diameter Coil diameter Impedance Frequency range Long-term power rating (EIA) Short-term power rating Sensitivity (1 W @ 1 m) Maximum SPL Efficiency Frame front diameter Magnet diameter Overall depth Mounting bolt circle diameter Baffle cutout diameter Net weight 10" (254 mm) 2. 5" (63. 5 mm) 8 100­2, 000 Hz 300 W 1, 200 W 98 dB 122. 8 dB 5. 92% 259. 5 mm (10. 22") 190. 5 mm (7. 50") 114. 3 mm (4. 50") 244. 5 mm (9. 625") 230. 2 mm (9. 063") 6. 5 kg (14. 3 lbs. ) DL12BFH 12" (305 mm) 2. 5" (63. 5 mm) 8 60­2, 500 Hz 300 W 1, 200 W 96 dB 120. 8 dB 3. 69% 309. 6 mm (12. 19") 155. 6 mm (6. 13") 133. 4 mm (5. 25") 293. 7 mm (11. 563") 281. 0 mm (11. 063") 5. 0 kg (11. 1 lbs. ) DL12ST 12" (305 mm) 2. 5" (63. 5 mm) 8 60­2, 000 Hz 300 W 1, 200 W 98 dB 122. 8 dB 5. 60% 309. 6 mm (12. 19") 190. 5 mm (7. 50") 133. 4 mm (5. 25") 293. 7 mm (11. 563") 281. 0 mm (11. 063") 6. 7 kg (14. 7 lbs. ) DL15BFH 15" (381 mm) 2. 5" (63. 5 mm) 8 45­2, 000 Hz 350 W 1, 400 W 96 dB 121. 4 dB 3. 93% 305. 0 mm (15. 16") 155. 6 mm (6. 13") 152. 4 mm (6. 00") 369. 9 mm (14. 563") 357. 2 mm (14. 063") 5. 4 kg (12. 0 lbs. ) DL15ST 15" (381 mm) 2. 5" (63. 5 mm) 8 45­2, 000 Hz 400 W 1, 600 W 95 dB 121. 0 dB 2. 66% 305. 0 mm (15. 16") 190. 5 mm (7. 50") 158. 8 mm (6. 25") 369. 9 mm (14. 563") 357. 2 mm (14. 063") 6. 9 kg (15. 2 lbs. ) DL18MT Cone diameter Coil diameter Impedance Frequency range Long-term power rating (EIA) Short-term power rating Sensitivity (1 W @ 1 m) Maximum SPL Efficiency Frame front diameter Magnet diameter Overall depth Mounting bolt circle diameter Baffle cutout diameter Net weight 18" (457 mm) 2. 5" (63. 5 mm) 8 35­800 Hz 400 W 1, 600 W 96 dB 122. 0 dB 2. 9% 460. 5 mm (18. 13") 190. 5 mm (7. 50") 177. 8 mm (7. 00") 441. 3 mm (17. 375") 425. 5 mm (16. 750") 7. 2 kg (15. 8 lbs. ) EVX155 15" (381 mm) 4" (101. 6 mm) 8 40­2, 000 Hz 600 W 2, 400 W 98 dB 125. 8 dB 4. 32% 385. 0 mm (15. 16") 209. 6 mm (8. 25") 184. 2 mm (7. 25") 369. 9 mm (14. 563") 357. 2 mm (14. 063") 10. 3 kg (22. 8 lbs. ) EVX180B 18" (457 mm) 4" (101. 6 mm) 8 30­800 Hz 600 W 2, 400 W 98 dB 125. 8 dB 3. 4% 460. 5 mm (18. 13") 8. 25" (209. 6 mm) 203. 2 mm (8. 00") 441. 3 mm (17. 375") 425. 5 mm (16. 750") 10. 6 kg (23. 4 lbs. ) 47 Components Compression Drivers Electro-Voice is one of a handful of professional audio companies that can design high-performance compression drivers. Compression drivers are the most difficult audio transducers to design. Their unique requirements call for ultraprecise tolerances, state-of-the-art modeling routines, and exceptionally talented engineering expertise. Manufacturing techniques are frequently pushed to process limits, and materials are formed and stabilized with cutting-edge systems and controls. Each EV compression driver's parameters are tightly controlled to ensure world-class performance, thus putting the drivers at the top of their class in every respect. DH7-8/DH7-16 · · · · Large-format ceramic compression driver 300-watt power rating 3" titanium diaphragm 1. 4" or 2" exit diameter for use on almost any highperformance horn Excellent for use with directradiator or horn-loaded LF and MB sections ND6-8/ND6-16/ND6X · · · · · Large-format neodymium compression driver 300-watt power rating 3" titanium diaphragm 1. 4" or 2" exit diameter for use on almost any HP horn EV's highest-performance compression driver gives world-class performance in any application ND6X from > 500Hz · · DH2T · One-inch exit screw-on, medium-format compression driver 160-watt power rating 2" titanium diaphragm High performance on a wide variety of thread-on horn designs · · · · DH3/DH2010A One-inch exit screw-on, small-format compression driver 80-watt power rating 1. 25" titanium diaphragm Excellent extended-bandwidth HF driver for multi-way loudspeaker systems · · · Horn Adaptors from 1. 4" bolt-on to 2" bolt-on ADH6 from 1" screw-on to 2" bolt-on ADH5 from 1" screw-on to 1. 4" bolt-on ADH3 DH7-8/DH7-16 ND6-8/ND6-16 DH2T 1, 200 Hz­20 kHz 1, 200 Hz 112 dB 40 W 160 W 8 Ohms 25 mm () 50 mm (2. 0") 132 mm (5. 2") 89 mm (3. 5") 2. 27 kg (5. 0 lbs) DH3/DH2010A 1, 500 Hz­20 kHz 1, 500 Hz 111 dB 20 W 80 W 8 Ohms 1. 0" (25 mm) 32 mm (1. 25") 107 mm (4. 5") 89 mm (3. 5") 1. 5 kg (3. 4 lbs) Frequency response 1, 000 Hz­20 kHz 1, 000 Hz­20 kHz / 500Hz-16kHz (ND6X) Crossover frequency (minimum) 1, 000 Hz 1, 000 Hz Midband sensitivity* 111 dB 112 dB Long-term power rating (AES) 75 W 75 W Short-term power rating 300 W 300 W Impedance 8/16 Ohms 8/16 Ohms Throat diameter 35 mm adaptor (1. 4"/2. 0") 35 mm adaptor (1. 4"/2. 0") Diaphragm diameter 76 mm (3. 0") 76 mm (3. 0") Overall diameter 165 mm (6. 5") 132 mm (5. 2") Overall depth 69 mm (2. 7") 69 mm (2. 7") Net weight 4. 54 kg (10. 0 lbs) 2. 5 kg (5. 5 lbs) *Average from 1, 000 Hz­5 kHz on HP6040 horn (DH3 average from 1, 500 Hz­5 kHz on HPT64 horn) 48 HP Horns The HP horn series is a refinement of the concept of "constant directivity, " which, in 1974, EV was the first to introduce. For the first time, horn coverage angles were truly uniform over a wide frequency range. In the HP series, unique beamwidth-control vanes within the horn throat form a waveguide that eliminates the narrowing of coverage angle ­ beaming ­ that occurs in other 2-inch-throat horns. EV's patented TransplanarTM design provides exceptionally smooth frequency response. HP horns or variants thereof are used throughout the EV speaker system lines. Each HP horn features an integral die-cast metal throat encapsulated in the fiberglass sidewalls. This unitized construction provides very high strength and low weight. Note: Horns shown out of proportion to each other HPT64 HP640 HP6040 HP4020 HP6040 HP9040 · Large-format two-inch horns · The ultimate in dispersion control, with control of rated dispersion angle down to 500 Hz, both horizontally and vertically · Directivity control to 500 Hz maximizes vocal intelligibility and musical clarity in difficult acoustic environments HP420 HP640 HP940 HP1240 · Medium-format two-inch horns · Vertical dimensions have been reduced, for use when space constraints preclude the use of large-format horns · Horizontal directional control maintained to ~500 Hz · Vertical control to ~1, 500 Hz HP64 HP66 HP94 · Small-format two-inch horns · Use as primary HF horns in compact sound systems · Beamwidth control to ~2, 000 Hz HPT64 HPT94 HP64 · Very-small-format one-inch horns · Use in three- and four-way systems with DH3 driver for tweeter and supertweeter applications · Directional control to 3, 000 Hz HP4020 Coverage (H° x V° nominal) Directivity Factor (average) Directivity Index (average) 40° x 20° 45. 1 (+12. 7, -18. 9) (500 Hz­20 kHz) 16. 4 dB (+1. 2, -2. 2) (500 Hz­20 kHz) 200 Hz 2" bolt-on 838 mm (33. 0") 813 mm (32. 0") 1, 252 mm (49. 3") 12. 3 kg (27. 0 lbs) HP6040 60° x 40° 25. 8 (+17. 9, -5. 9) (500 Hz­20 kHz) 14. 1 dB (+2. 3, -1. 1) (500 Hz­20 kHz) 500 Hz 2" bolt-on 813 mm (32. 0") 711 mm (28. 0") 808 mm (31. 8") 9. 1 kg (20. 0 lbs) HP9040 90° x 40° 12. 1 (+4. 6, -3. 7) (500 Hz­20 kHz) 10. 8 dB (+1. 4, -1. 6) (500 Hz­20 kHz) 400 Hz 2" bolt-on 813 mm (32. 0") 679 mm (26. 75") 808 mm (31. 8") 9. 1 kg (20. 0 lbs) HP420 40° x 20° 47. 7 (+25. 9, -23. 5) (1, 250 Hz­20 kHz) 16. 8 dB (+1. 9, -3. 0) (1, 250 Hz­20 kHz) 400 Hz 2" bolt-on 367 mm (14. 4") 610 mm (24. 0") 749 mm (29. 5") 5. 9 kg (13. 0 lbs) HP640 60° x 40° 20. 6 (+11. 3, -3. 3) (1, 250 Hz­20 kHz) 13. 1 dB (+1. 9, -0. 7) (1, 250 Hz­20 kHz) 400 Hz 2" bolt-on 330 mm (13. 0") 711 mm (28. 0") 437 mm (17. 2") 4. 3 kg (9. 5 lbs) HP940 90° x 40° 11. 9 (+3. 6, -3. 0) (1, 250 Hz­20 kHz) 10. 7 dB (+1. 2, -1. 2) (1, 250 Hz­20 kHz) 400 Hz 2" bolt-on 330 mm (13. 0") 533 mm (21. 0") 285 mm (11. 2") 3. 2 kg (7. 0 lbs) Useable low-frequency limit Throat entrance Height Width Depth Net weight HP1240 Coverage (H° x V° nominal) Directivity Factor (average) Directivity Index (average) 120° x 40° 8. 6 (+2. 5, -2. 1) (1, 250 Hz­20 kHz) 9. 34 dB (+1. 1, -1. 2) (1, 250 Hz­20 kHz) 400 Hz 2" bolt-on 330 mm (13. 0") 533 mm (21. 0") 265 mm (10. 4") 3. 2 kg (7. 0 lbs) HP64 60° x 40° 18. 1 (+4. 1, -8. 8) (1, 600 Hz­20 kHz) 12. 6 dB (+0. 9, -2. 9) (1, 600 Hz­20 kHz) 650 Hz 2" bolt-on 279 mm (11. 0") 224 mm (8. 8") 220 mm (8. 7") 2. 5 kg (4. 5 lbs) HP66 60° x 60° 17. 9 (+10. 5, -9. 3) (1, 600 Hz­20 kHz) 12. 5 dB (+2. 0, -3. 0) (1, 600 Hz­20 kHz) 650 Hz 2" bolt-on 279 mm (11. 0") 224 mm (8. 8") 165 mm (6. 5") 2. 2 kg (4. 8 lbs) HP94 90° x 40° 10. 1 (+5. 8, -1. 8) (1, 600 Hz­20 kHz) 10. 0 dB (+2. 0, -0. 8) (1, 600 Hz­20 kHz) 800 Hz 2" bolt-on 279 mm (11. 0") 222 mm (8. 75") 220 mm (8. 7") 2. 5 kg (4. 5 lbs) HPT64 60° x 40° 15. 8 (+5. 2, -4. 9) (3, 150 Hz­20 kHz) 12. 0 dB (+1. 2, -1. 6) (3, 150 Hz­20 kHz) 1, 600 Hz 1" bolt-on 133 mm (5. 25") 133 mm (5. 25") 104 mm (4. 1") 0. 4 kg (0. 8 lbs) HPT94 90° x 40° 11. 6 (+5. 0, -2. 5) (3, 150 Hz­20 kHz) 10. 6 dB (+1. 6, -1. 0) (3, 150 Hz­20 kHz) 1, 600 Hz 1" bolt-on 133 mm (5. 25") 133 mm (5. 25") 101 mm (4. 0") 0. 4 kg (0. 8 lbs) Useable low-frequency limit Throat entrance Height Width Depth Net weight 49 HP Horns Small format horns HP 64 HP 66 HP 94 HPT 64 HPT 94 HT 94 Medium format horns HP420 HP640 HP940 HP1240 50 Flying Hardware EVI 12/15 EBK-1 (Eyebolt-Kit) EVID 12. 1 1 Eyebolt is included. Note: One 3/8"-16thread forged steel eyebolt is included. A second is necessary! FRi 4 Eyebolts included FRX Systems (Except FRX-122) Single stud kit included Sx 100/300 Sb 121 1) MB 100 2) MB 100 + MB 200 Security advice: When flown by 90° (figure 2) don't use eyebolts only! 1) 2) Sx 500 + MB 700 - Kit contains: 3 lifting eyebolts 1 mounting plate 1 pull-up mounting plate Security advice: Do not screw MB 100 directly into M8 thread! Note: Flying and suspending of speakers requires authorized personnel 51 Mounting hardware EVI-12 Ceiling mount EVI-15 Ceiling mount EVI-28 Wall or ceiling mount The radius of action is 140°. EVI-12MBB EVI-12MBW black white EVI-15MBB EVI-15MBW black white EVI-28MBB EVI-28MBW black white EVID 3. 2 / 4. 2 / 6. 2 SAMTM comes with each EVIDTM system and includes a hex-key-tool. 100° Angle markers EVID 12. 1 Bracket passes EIA 636 at a safety factor of 8:1. The bracket for on-wall or corner mounting and a safety eyebolt comes with EVID 12. 1. 90° S-40 Wall, ceiling or stand mount Note: The threat diameter can be reduced with a standard 5/8-inch screw adapter for different mic stands. S-40 MB/B: S-40 MB/W: black white FRi-2082 Under balcony or on-wall mount Xi- 1082 Under balcony or on-wall mount on-wall The 100° x 100° dispersion angle allows one to install FRi-2082 vertically on the wall as well. MB-1082: black Sx 80 Wall or ceiling mount Sx 250/SxA250 Sk-1 Rigging Kit Stand mount For cost effective installation. For speakers stands with 35 mm diameter. Sx 80 MBB Sx 80 MBW black white Sx 80 SM black Note: Flying and suspending of speakers requires authorized personnel 52 Sx 100 / Sx 300 / Sb 121 Horizontal Cluster 120° (2 systems) Horizontal Cluster 180° (3 systems) 2 x MB 200 + 1 x MB 300 neccessary 3 x MB 200 + 2 x MB 300 neccessary Wall or ceiling-mount Vertical Cluster 3/8" Quick links neccessary Eyebolt neccessary 1 x MB 200 neccessary 2 x MB 200 neccessary Sx 500 + Horizontal Cluster 140° (2 systems) Horizontal Cluster 210° (3 systems) 3/8" Quick links neccessary 3/8" Quick links neccessary 2 x MB 500 + 1 x MB 600 neccessary 3 x MB 500 + 2 x MB 600 neccessary Vertical Cluster 3/8" Quick links neccessary Wall-mount Sx-SeriesTM hardware-overview: Sx 80 Sx 80 SM Sx 80 MBB Sx 80 MBW MB 200 B MB 200 W MB 300 B MB 300 W MB 500 MB 600 Stand mount U-bracket U-bracket U-bracket U-bracket Array-kit (2 plates) Array-kit (2 plates) U-bracket Array-kit black black white black white black white black black Eyebolt neccessary Sx 100+ Sx 300 Sb 121 Sx 500 + 2 x MB 500 neccessary 1 x MB 500 neccessary Note: Flying and suspending of speakers requires authorized personnel 53 ZX5 MB5 Wall/Ceiling mounting bracket CB5 cluster bracket kit XLC Rigging XLCi Rigging A-1 Grid for XLC (other rigging hardware included with speaker) A-2 Grid for XLCi (other rigging hardware included with speaker) XLC Bottom Dolly X-Line Rigging Accessories XVSL XVSG XVHL XVHG XVSD 54 Dx38 (Digital Sound System Processor) Dx38 is a 2-in/4-out controller with a "virtual" third input source. Two configuration modes allow clearer handling for different qualified users. The Dx38 comes with a detailed manual plus RACE software which includes current EV speaker and amp data. Digital Sound System Processor Dx38 sets standards for digital loudspeaker controllers and processors, providing 48-bit filter algorithms, 24-bit AD/DA conversion and a dynamic range of 115 dB. Dx38 can be used in networks of up to 31 controllers with a maximum networking distance of 1. 000 meters. Real-time controlling and configuration is either via the front panel or PC via RS232, MIDI or RS-485 bus for networking. RS-485 RS-232 realtime controlling NRS 90246 up to 1000 meters Dx 38 Controller type Data format 2 (+1) in/4 out 24-bit linear AD/DA conversion 48-bit processing 24-bit/sigma-delta (linear phase) 128 times oversampling 24-bit/sigma-delta 128 times oversampling 48 kHz 2 x 24-bit Motorola 20 - 20 kHz (- 0. 5 dB) 115 dB < 0. 01% < 0. 05% 2 XLR (elec. balanced), parallel out 1. 55V/+ 6 dBu 24. 5V/+30 dBu 20k ohms > 40 dB 4 XLR (elec. [. . . ] Electro-Voice continues to set new standards for microphone design today. Electro-Voice was the first manufacturer to use neodymium-based magnet structures (N/DYM®) in its microphones, thus achieving higher output and condenser-like qualities such as crystal clarity and reliable performance. ElectroVoice's goals in developing microphone technologies have always been the same: providing highest sound quality, achieving better and more comfortable handling for the user, and continuing the company's tradition of legendary reliability and warranty support. Its long list of patents attests to its success in meeting these goals. Normal mic Variable-D® mic VOBTM Electro-Voice's unique VOBTM technology (Vocal-Optimized Bass) reduces low-frequency distortion in the microphone's output. [. . . ]

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