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Electro-Voice Debuts MFX Multi-Function Monitors

The new wedges can also be used as pole-mount loudspeakers as needed.

Orlando, FL (June 18, 2019)—Launched at InfoComm 2019, Electro-Voice’s new MFX Multi-Function Monitors MFX-12MC and MFX-15MC are passive 12” and 15” two-way coaxial monitors intended to complement the X-Line Advance line array models X1, X2, X12-128 and X12-125F as well as their corresponding installation versions.

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Inside the monitors sit coaxially aligned HF and LF transducers matched with a new Electro-Voice-engineered Constant-Directivity waveguide and likewise new crossover design. Coverage in monitor orientation is 40° H x 60° V. The dimensions and location of the waveguide interact with the woofer to essentially create a bipole output, aiding coverage control through the midrange frequencies.

The compact coaxial design allows the monitors to have a low-profile footprint on stage, aided by a new cabinet with dual monitor angles (35° and 55°). The monitors are optimized for use with TGX10 or IPX10:4 amplifiers from EV’s sibling brand Dynacord. Both models can be deployed in passive or bi-amp configuration, and can be optimized for different uses via DSP settings in the amps. Power handling for the MFX-12MC is 400 W (continuous) and 4000 W (peak); the MFX-15MC delivers 500 W (continuous) and 4000 W (peak). Each model has a maximum SPL rating of 135 dB and 136 dB respectively.

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For users who need flexible systems, the monitors can also be used for short-throw main/full-range sound reinforcement, as the cabinets each sport an integrated pole cup inside one of the two side handle recesses, so they can be placed atop tripods or subwoofer poles. Coverage in this orientation is 60° H x 40° V. A variety of installation gear is also available for temporary or permanent installations.

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