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EAW develops a three-way height reduction

EAW develops a three-way height reduction

EAW develops a three-way height reduction

Both models incorporate dual 12-inch LF transducers with 3-inch vented voice coils

Having developed the MKD1200, Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) has added a new three-way model to the MKD Series of full-range installation loudspeakers. Offering enhanced LF response and increased output capabilities, the MKD1294 (90° x 45°; HxV) and MKD1264 (60° x 45°; HxV) designs are engineered to produce high fidelity while maintaining broadband pattern control in all scales of application. Both models incorporate dual 12-inch LF transducers with 3-inch vented voice coils together with coaxial 3.5-inch voice coil midrange and 1.75-inch voice coil HF compression drivers. Enhancing pattern coverage options, the large-format horn may be rotated.

All models in the MKD Series employ EAW Core Technology. This includes Beamwidth Matched Crossovers for eliminating polar irregularities in the crossover region and Focusing that employs DSP to refine the impulse response in the time domain. The dual woofers in the enclosures are fixed into position using a slanted mounting technique that helps to reduce the overall cabinet height while improving time coherency. Operating within a frequency response ranging from 47Hz – 20 kHz, the MKD1294 and MKD1264 cabinets are also capable of producing a maximum SPL of 145dB and 147dB, respectively. Audio input is via rear-panel terminal block connectors and operation can be made in either passive or biamped modes.

Housed in Baltic birch plywood and finished in a standard black or white, the US manufacturer has made optional custom colours and weather protection available. Integrated M10 mounting points and optional wall-mount or ceiling-mount hardware provide alternate installation options.



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