EAW Unveils SBK Series Subwoofers

Aug 10, 2011 7:10 PM

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EAW SBK150

EAW's new SBK Series subwoofers are designed to complement EAW’s MK Series full-range loudspeakers in construction, size and sound, and can also be used as stand-alone subwoofers in a system from any other manufacturer. The line includes the SBK150 (single 15-inch), SBK180 (single 18-inch) and SBK250 (double 15-inch) subwoofers.

All three units operate in passive mode. Applications can include concert halls, houses of worship, arenas, large ballrooms, live theater products, gymnasiums and more.

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EAW SBK250

Premium components and optimally tuned ports match the performance associated with EAW’s SB line of direct radiating subwoofers. The SBK line includes a variety of forms of subwoofer providing a system designer with selections that can be specifically matched to their application. Multiple 3/8-inch mounting points allow for flexibility when installing subs in stand-alone applications.

The design of the enclosures is based on the dimensions of EAW’s MK2300 and MK5300 loudspeakers, giving a homogeneous appearance when arrayed together. When used with the optional flybar, two full-range MK loudspeakers can be mounted one to either side of an SBK using pre-configured and optimized splay angles. The optional flybar provides single or double pick points with pull back for a total array package. An additional optional stinger provides selectable tilt to an array from a single pick point.

For more information, visit www.eaw.com.






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