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EAW Introducing New Versions Of JF And JFnt Series Loudspeakers
EAW releases ten new compact, lightweight additions, ideal for a variety of uses.
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EAW has announced ten new additions to its JF Series of two-way loudspeaker systems, including four integrated nt models.

Designed by EAW’s Whitinsville, Massachusetts-based engineering team for a wide range of contractor and system integrator uses, the new JF and JFnt Series are compact lightweight loudspeakers ideal for small and medium-sized sound reinforcement applications.

The newest additions to the JF Series include JF8, JF10, JF26, JF29, JF56 and the JF59. New integrated JFnt units include the JF26nt, JF29nt, JF56nt and the JF59nt.

The JF models include low-directivity eight-inch and 10-inch systems and four 12-inch and 15-inch systems (60-degree x 45-degree and 90-degree x 45-degree versions of both sizes are available).

The four JFnt models offer 1500 Watts of fully integrated amplification, EAW Focusing processing, EAW Pilot software-accessible front-end DSP, U-Net audio and communications network, and the JF Series adaptable enclosure design.

This provides for multi-channel digital audio transmission with remote software control and monitoring capability.

Contractors have the ability to initially install standard JF models for their clients, and then at a later date, upgrade those cabinets in the field to the nt model.

The entire product line is built upon on a core cabinet philosophy that affords users the ability to utilize universal hardware accessories to tailor their JF product to meet the specific needs of their application.

All JF and JFnt models employ a combination of portable features and M10 installation points. Available universal accessories include trim plates that hide handles and provide a connection point for adjustable u-brackets, quick-release flytrack segments that integrate into any enclosure and adjustable legs for use as a stage monitor.

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