Cranleigh, England (February 13, 2017)—EM Acoustics has launched its ESP Series of compact, self-powered, multipurpose loudspeakers, comprised of three models: the ESP-8 and ESP-12 loudspeakers, both with coaxial designs for tpoint-source performance, and the ESP-15S compact reflex subwoofer.

The ESP-8 is an 8-inch, 2-way coaxial loudspeaker; the coaxial drive unit arrangement is said to provide a uniform 100-degree conical dispersion pattern with reportedly smooth off-axis response.

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The result is a compact, fully self-contained loudspeaker system intended for a range of applications, from small FOH duties to speech reinforcement, front fill or compact stage monitoring.

The ESP-12 is the bigger brother of the ESP-8, sporting the same coaxial design in a compact, lightweight, multi-angle enclosure.

Both the ESP-12 and ESP-8 sport the same coaxial design and feature class D amplification, DSP processing, limiting and four built-in presets (for stand-alone use, flat response, use with a subwoofer, and stage monitoring).

The ESP-15S compact reflex subwoofer is said to provide performance down to 45 Hz while offering a polemount, optional casters, four presets and more

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