Audac Announces Vexo Series High-Output Loudspeaker
Audac announced its new Vexo series high-output loudspeaker. The Vexo family consists of six models: Vexo110(A), Vexo112(A), and Vexo115(A) which are available both in active and passive versions. The low-frequency transducer, which is made out of “high-quality materials,” is combined with a 1.7” voice coil compression driver, enabling high sound pressure levels and a tight driver response with a rotatable 90° x 70° coverage pattern for a wide range of applications. Optional 70/100V line transformer modules are available for the passive variants.
The Vexo110 claims to achieve a program power handling of no less than 600 watts (1200W Peak power handling), the Vexo112 achieves 800 watts (1600W Peak power handling) while the biggest variant in the family, the Vexo115, reaches up to 1000 watts (2000W Peak power handling).
When not in use, the active versions of the Vexo series devices automatically go into an energy-saving standby mode. This means that active versions can also be used in fixed installations, as there is no need to physically shut them down after each use.
Using a 12mm plywood cabinet construction with a polyurethane coating and a DuraCoat top surface — Audac says it’s rugged — and the front side of the Vexo is finished with a powder-coated steel grill with acoustical foam, making the loudspeaker ball impact-proof as well for fixed installations in indoor sports facilities.
The Vexo series comes equipped with a wide variety of mounting possibilities. They are standard fitted with a 35mm pole adapter and a large number of rigging points and holes pattern to be compatible with brackets and installation accessories. The optional Clever U-bracket allows you to mount the high-power two-way cabinet both horizontally and vertically, while an inclination of -90° to +35° ensures an optimal positioning. This optional MBK bracket even permits mounting the Vexo to the ceiling which gives the opportunity to install the loudspeaker cleanly in any environment.
The active variant of the Vexo series has a range of inputs. When installing the ANI44XT Dante audio network interface in the active loudspeaker, Audac says you can integrate the Vexo series into any Dante/AES67 enabled AV network and transfer digital audio with any compatible solution on the market. These active versions of the Vexo-family also feature the unique WaveDynamics innovation, which allows you to load in any preset for full range, satellite and custom configurations via the USB slot on the back. After which, the unique all-in-one system control application, Audac Touch, allows you to do complete equalization and create your own presets.
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