Electro-Voice has extended X-Line Advance family with the release of the X12-125F flying subwoofer.

Electro-Voice X12-125FThe X12-125F features dual 15-inch high-output transducers in a very compact enclosure capable of delivering delivering 9.6kW output. It can be flown or groundstacked, and is performance-matched for optimal results with all current X-Line Advance models

The X12-125F features the X-Line family’s Integrated Rigging System for quick, secure and seamless deployment in arrays, and is sonically matched to the and X2 (high-performance) full-range models, and the X12-128 groundstacking dual 18-inch subwoofer. The X12-125F can also be used in groundstacked configurations, making it a versatile choice for rental companies and mobile applications, as well as fixed installations including live performance venues and houses of worship. Its very compact, lightweight 18-ply Baltic birch enclosure is finished in EVcoat for durability.

The X-Line Advance family currently comprises two-way vertical line-array loudspeaker elements providing 90° or 120° horizontal coverage, the dual 18-inch X12-128 ground-stacking subwoofer, the TG7 system power and processing rack, and a complete package of rigging and transport materials. The new X12-125F subwoofer complements existing X-Line Advance models in a wide range of possible system configurations:

· Flown three-way system with X1 or X2 mains and X12-125F as subwoofer.
· Flown four-way system with X1 or X2 mains, with X12-125F flown next to mains in LF mode and X12-128 as ground-stacked subwoofer.
· Flown three-way system with X1 or X2 mains and X12-125F above mains as subwoofer in single flown array.
· Flown four-way system with X1 or X2 mains and X12-125F above mains in LF mode in single flown array with X12-128 ground stacked as subwoofer.
· Ground-tacked three-way configuration with X12-125F as the base of the ground stack in subwoofer mode, with X1 or X2 above as mains.
· Groundstacked four-way configuration with X12-125F as the base of the ground stack in LF mode, with X1 or X2 above as mains and X12-128 as centre mono subwoofer array.

More: www.electrovoice.com

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