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Lambda Labs Introduces The Versatile New CX-2A Active Loudspeaker

The CX-2A completes the CX series of active floor monitors from the Austrian manufacturer.

By PSW Staff May 20, 2015

The new CX-2A active loudspeaker from Lambda Labs.

Lambda Labs, loudspeaker manufacturer based in Austria, introduces their newest member of the CX family of loudspeakers.

The active coaxial 12-inch loudspeaker CX-2A extends the CX range as a compact monitor with proper low end reproduction, and high SPL capabilities with maximum gain before feedback. Its sound, like that of the CX-1A and CX-3A, is perceived by our customers to be surprisingly ‘open’ and ‘relaxed’, an impression that is sustained well up to the limits of this bi-amped 1000 Watts RMS powered loudspeaker.

Measuring 18.8 x 17.2 x 14.5 inches (47,7 x 43,7 x 36,8 cm) and weighing in at 43 pounds (19.5 kilograms) the point source’s axialsymmetric dispersion of 75°x75° fits between its CX counterparts, CX-1A and CX-3A. The CX-2A can be employed on stage in both nearfield and farfield positions at angles of 35° and 58° respectively.

Due to the low 65Hz cutoff frequency and the use of a 12-inch driver, the CX-2A is able to displace the CX-1A, whenever there is a demand for increased low frequency content. The CX-3A, the big brother in the same line, featuring a unique beryllium high frequency unit, provides increased low frequency performance. Like all active Lambda Labs loudspeakers, the CX-2A is precisely equalized using FIR filters, thus guaranteeing a linear-phase music reproduction down to 200Hz.

With the use of the preset button, the CX-2A can be altered into 4 different modes of operation from a versatile stage monitor into stand alone box or into a flyable PA system with integrated EPS rigging system and optional subwoofers. The 2mm front grille provides robust crush resistance and is covered with our own special acoustically transparent fabric.

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