Meridian, MS (January 20, 2006)–Peavey has introduced its VersArray Series of line-array enclosures. Featuring ribbon drivers, neodymium magnets, exclusive angle-adjustment technology and multiple rigging options, Peavey VersArray enclosures mark the company’s debut into the high-end line-array market.
VersArray Series enclosure modules utilize special bracket-and-pin flying hardware in a flexible rigging system that allows full articulation of the top boxes. With this rigging system, users can adjust two modules away from each other in 2-degree increments from 0 to 15 degrees, providing for a classic straight-line array configuration or a number of angling options.
The VersArray 112 ribbon-driver line array utilizes a high-performance, lightweight 12-inch Neo Black Widow woofer featuring a 4-inch voice coil with a neodymium magnet structure in a 13-ply Baltic birch enclosure. It is targeted for small- to medium-sized venues (10,000 capacity), and is intended for use with VersArray 118 or 218 subs.
Designed for more demanding pro-audio applications, the VersArray 118 and 218 are vented subwoofers incorporating Peavey’s ultra-high power Lo Max 18-inch woofer into a 13-ply Baltic birch cabinet. The 218 model also features Peavey’s UniVent venting system, which uses an exclusive process to literally pump air through the enclosure, maintaining cool operating temperatures, increasing reliability and reducing power compression under heavy continuous-drive conditions.