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EAW Reveals “I” Revisions

Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) has announced its new “I” revisions to the VFR range of loudspeaker systems are now available. Changes made to the line include an overall more traditional look, handles from the JF Series systems, and a standard-order, installation-only white version with no handles at all.
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Whitinsville, MA (May 30, 2013)—Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) has announced its new “I” revisions to the VFR range of loudspeaker systems are now available. Changes made to the line include an overall more traditional look, handles from the JF Series systems, and a standard-order, installation-only white version with no handles at all.

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The VFR range of two-way, full-range loudspeaker systems offers five options based on 15-, 12-, 10-, 8- and 6-in low frequency transducers. Intended for both mobile use and permanent installation, the enclosures of the standard black models include threaded mounting points as well as handles and a pole-mount cup that both accept covers for installations. Similarly, the input panels include both NL-type and barrier strip connectors.

The VF Series draws on core EAW technologies, including horn designs and beamwidth-matching crossover designs based on the MK Series. When processed with a UX3600 signal processor, users can apply EAW’s proprietary Focusing technology that is said to eliminate anomalies in the time domain that are inherent to any transducer or loudspeaker systems.

In addition to the VFR range, the VF Series includes three VFM stage monitors and two VFS subwoofer systems. According to EAW President Jeff Rocha, the VFM and VFS range “i” revisions should be available in the second half of 2013.

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