Peavey Architectural Acoustics Ships Elements Composite Weatherproof Loudspeaker Enclosures

June 21 2014, 17:04
Peavey Architectural Acoustics is now shipping its latest advancement in pro audio loudspeaker enclosures, the Elements weatherproof loudspeakers. The all-new American-made, durable and versatile Elements weatherproof enclosures are a combination of innovative cabinet construction and proven, weatherized components designed for direct contact with the elements in the most demanding climates.

The Elements C series of composite enclosures are constructed from an advanced composite fiberboard material that is dimensionally stable in wet conditions and resists contamination, yet has the resonant properties of wood. This light and durable material ensures unmatched sonic performance while providing reliable service year after year. The aluminum grills of the Elements C series enclosures feature a barrier membrane that repels water yet allows moisture to escape without affecting the sonic performance of the loudspeaker.

The IP45 rated Elements C series is available in three two-way, full range configurations and as a flyable subwoofer. The Elements 115C and Elements 112C debut new 15” and 12” weatherproof Black Widow woofers and an RX22 2” titanium diaphragm compression driver tweeter coupled to a Quadratic-Throat Waveguide rotatable horn. The Elements 115C and Elements 112C can each be ordered with either a 60 × 40 or a 105 × 60 horn. The Elements 108C combines a 75 × 75 horn with an 8” weatherproof woofer in a compact and durable enclosure. The Elements 212 subwoofer is a flyable subwoofer enclosure featuring a pair of 12” weatherproof woofers.

The new Elements C series loudspeakers are now available from authorized Architectural Acoustics dealers.
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