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Articles Tagged Eighteen Sound

  • Tuesday, July 01, 2014
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    PSW Staff 07/01/14 09:59 AM,
    Eighteen Sound has announced the 18iD extended low frequency neodymium transducer. The new subwoofer is engineered for maximum power transfer when operated with Class D and similar (iPal compatible) amplifiers. Designed for vented and bandpass subwoofer cabinets, the subwoofer works best with amplifiers capable of delivering 2600 Watts (10,000 Watt peak) of power. The end result is clean and undistorted LF reproduction at ultra-high SPL with the lowest possible power compression. The transducer features a state-of-the-art 5.3-inch inside-outside ISV (Interleaved… View this story
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  • Monday, June 09, 2014
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    PSW Staff 06/09/14 03:57 PM,
    Eighteen Sound will present the new ND4015Ti2 high-frequency neodymium compression driver to the U.S. market at the upcoming InfoComm show in Las Vegas, booth C12211. The 4-inch compression driver is the result of extensive experience with its predecessors in the ND4015 line. It’s outfitted with a next-generation titanium diaphragm that provides higher sensitivity and extended high-frequency performance, resulting in enhanced HF clarity. The ND4015Ti2 has a 4-inch edgewood aluminum voice coil and 1.5-inch throat exit 4-slot phase plug, and is… View this story
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  • Tuesday, April 08, 2014
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    PSW Staff 04/08/14 01:51 PM,
    Eighteen Sound  has announced the release of the XG10 line source waveguide with a 1-inch throat entry, which was recently on display at the Prolight+Sound show in Frankfurt. The XG10 has a transmission line acoustic design that minimizes internal reflections and acoustic loss, while the throat shape has been optimized for lowering air distortion. It delivers exceptional performance when paired with an Eighteen Sound 1-inch-exit high-frequency compression driver. The waveguide has been optimized to provide a 10-degree vertical dispersion angle,… View this story
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  • Monday, March 17, 2014
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    PSW Staff 03/17/14 10:04 AM,
    Eighteen Sound debuted five new products that join its growing family of coaxial loudspeakers, and they were on display at the recent Prolight+Sound/Messe in Frankfurt. The new 8CX650 and 10CX650 feature ferrite motors and provide extended LF. Each has a nominal dispersion of 90 degrees. The 2.5-inch (65-mm) LF copper voice coil employs the company’s proprietary Interleaved Sandwich Voice coil (ISV) technology. Both models also have a 1.75-inch (44 mm) diameter HF diaphragm that helps exceptional HF behavior. And, the… View this story
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  • Tuesday, January 28, 2014
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    PSW Staff 01/28/14 07:41 AM,
    Eighteen Sound is now shipping the NCX high performance neodymium coaxial speakers. The family is comprised of two models, the 12-inch 12NCX750 and the 15-inch 15NCX750. NCX coaxial speakers have been designed for compact reflex enclosures and stage monitor applications, and each has a nominal dispersion of 80 degrees. The 75 mm (3 inch) LF copper voice coil employs Eighteen Sound’s Interleaved Sandwich Voice coil (ISV) technology, implementing a high strength former with windings on both the outer and inner… View this story
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  • Thursday, January 16, 2014
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    PSW Staff 01/16/14 10:50 AM,
    One year ago Steve Hutt joined Eighteen Sound (18Sound) as the manager of R&D and immediately began focusing his team on design for manufacturing, quality and production excellence. Last June the company moved to a new facility which allows for production, sales, R&D and administration to share the same building, adding even more efficiency to the design and development process. “In the last year we have redefined our internal development procedures, organized our customer response practices for fast and thorough… View this story
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