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Electro-Voice’ shows additions to XLC & XLVC product lines at InfoComm 2008

June 18th, 2008



Las Vegas, NV, June 18, 2008: Electro-Voice is showing multiple additions to the popular XLC (X-Line Compact) and XLVC (X-Line Very Compact) line array families at InfoComm 2008: 90-degree versions, additional fly-ware, and the XCS312 cardioid subwoofer.

Having been upgraded using EV’s latest DVX transducer technology, the XLC mid-sized line array is joined by new additions to the series. XLC907DVX is the 90-degree version of the XLC127DVX. It serves as a perfect long-throw extension for existing XLC127DVX rigs, as well as in venues requiring a narrower pattern. Used in combination with the basic B1 and B2 grids, the new TAE-XLC (Tilt Angle Extender) allows the use of extreme array angles without an additional pull-up point.

A 90-degree horizontal version is also now available for both the XLD and XLE very compact line arrays: XLD291 is the equivalent dual-eight-inch, dual ND2 version to XLD281; XLE191 is the most compact single-eight-inch, dual ND2 system. The TAE-XLVC (Tilt Angle Extender) fly-bar allows extreme array angles, especially in low clearance areas.

The XCS312 is a triple-12-inch cardioid subwoofer for flown or ground stacked applications with both XLD and XLE systems. Utilizing the XLD rigging frame, any XLD cabinet can be directly flown or ground-stacked with XCS312; the AGSE adaptor grid is needed for applications with XLE. The XCS312 utilizes EV’s new DVX transducer: DVX3120. Two DVX3120 are front-loaded; the third is rear loaded for pattern control. The rear SPL rejection of the XCS312 exceeds 15dB for the most part of the frequency spectrum of 38Hz to 100Hz, if used with recommend factory settings for EV speaker controllers (Dx38, NetMax N8000) or DSP-controlled amplifiers (P3000RL, TG-5, TG-7).

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Guy Low

Sr. Copywriter | Public Relations (ST/MKT-COM)

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Telex Communications, Inc.

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Burnsville, MN 55337

USA

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Tel: 952 736 3935

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guy.low@us.bosch.com

James Edlund

Public Relations Manager (ST/MKT-COM)

Bosch Communications Systems

Telex Communications, Inc.

12000 Portland Ave. S.

Burnsville, MN 55337

USA

www.boschcommunications.com

Tel: 952 736 3901

Fax: 952 736 4582

james.edlund@us.bosch.com

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Additional information can be accessed at www.boschcommunications.com

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press contact:
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(952) 736-3935
guy.low@us.bosch.com