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Community Launches Weather-Resistant I SERIES

New PolyGlas cabinets are constructed from a dense structural-grade composite embedded with dual layers of fiberglass cloth.

By PSW Staff February 11, 2016

New weather-resistant models of the I SERIES from Community

Community Professional expands the system design versatility of its flagship I SERIES engineered loudspeakers with weather-resistant models of its I SERIES 800-Level and 600-Level loudspeakers.

In contrast to fiberglass-covered wood enclosures which entail long manufacturing lead times, I SERIES weather-resistant loudspeakers feature enclosures made with Community’s PolyGlas technology. These Mil Spec 810G-tested PolyGlas cabinets reduce lead times considerably and are virtually immune to the destructive effects of moisture and temperature cycling.

I SERIES durable and attractive PolyGlas cabinets are constructed from a dense structural-grade composite embedded with dual layers of fiberglass cloth and are built for a lifetime of performance outdoors. 

Finished cabinets are heavily coated with exterior-grade grey paint and a UV-resistant top coat, while dual-layer powder-coated marine-grade aluminum grilles backed with NeverWet-treated acoustic fabric provide additional protection for the inherently weather-resistant drivers. 

In acoustic performance and physical appearance, the finished PolyGlas cabinets are nearly indistinguishable from traditional indoor loudspeaker systems with wood enclosures. 

Custom color options and color-matched stainless steel accessory U-Brackets are available for all Weather-Resistant I SERIES models.

All I SERIES loudspeakers are made in the USA at Community’s headquarters in Chester, Pennsylvania.

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