Bose Professional Now Shipping EdgeMax

New in-ceiling loudspeakers with PhaseGuide Technology available as EM90 with 90-degree horizontal coverage and EM180 with 180-degree horizontal coverage.

Bose Professional is now shipping its EdgeMax in-ceiling loudspeakers, featuring proprietary Bose PhaseGuide technology, which provides room-filling coverage while improving overall sound quality.

Designed for mounting near wall boundaries, EdgeMax loudspeakers project high-frequency sound throughout rooms up to 65 feet (20 m) wide using only perimeter mounting locations, and can effectively cover an area that would require up to four conventional conical-coverage models.

EdgeMax loudspeakers can eliminate the need for conventional ceiling speakers mounted in the center of rooms, or surface-mount loudspeakers mounted on walls. And because of their unique design and consistent coverage pattern, EdgeMax loudspeakers reduce the total number of in-ceiling loudspeakers required, enabling installers to move efficiently through the installation.

Additionally, EdgeMax loudspeakers produce intelligibility for speech and full-frequency response for music, making them ideal for retail, commercial, industrial, institutional and conferencing applications.

EdgeMax in-ceiling loudspeakers are available with two different horizontal coverage patterns.

Bose EdgeMax shown with magnetic grille on

EdgeMax EM90 models provide nominal 90-degree horizontal coverage and are intended for in-ceiling mounting near room corners. EdgeMax EM180 models provide nominal 180-degree horizontal coverage and are intended for in-ceiling mounting near wall boundaries centered along target coverage zones. Both models feature 75-degree asymmetrical vertical coverage, which is optimized for ceiling heights between eight feet and 20 feet.

Key features of EdgeMax in-ceiling loudspeakers:

— PhaseGuide technology provides a unique asymmetrical vertical pattern for room-filling coverage when mounting near wall-ceiling boundaries.
— Provides improved room visual appearance for demanding interior designs by eliminating center-of-ceiling or wall-mounted loudspeakers
— High-frequency compression driver for consistent frequency response and coverage versus typical dome tweeters
— Eight-inch woofer with wall-boundary loading, provides extended bass impact
— Two-way passive crossover with 70V/100V transformer
— New auto-hold, spring-loaded mounting arms for fast, easy installs
— Magnetically attached grill for quick access to wiring and tap settings
— Coverage pattern similar to a surface-mount loudspeaker enables stereo designs
— UL1480A listing for air-handling (plenum) space installation

EdgeMax in-ceiling loudspeakers are now available.

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