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Peavey faces the Elements at sea

Peavey faces the Elements at sea
Elements CS Series

Peavey faces the Elements at sea

The Elements CS Series is made up of three two-way, full-range enclosures and a flyable subwoofer

A year on from the launch of its Elements C Series weatherproof loudspeakers with an upgraded IP56 rating, Peavey has unveiled marine-grade versions – the Elements CS Series – designed to withstand salt water environments. This makes them well suited for installations on cruise ships, at swimming pools and for outdoor applications along the coast. The series is made up of three two-way, full-range enclosures and a flyable subwoofer. The Elements 115C and Elements 112C features 15- and 12-inch weatherproof Black Widow woofers, respectively, and an RX22 2-inch titanium diaphragm compression driver tweeter with a Quadratic-Throat Waveguide rotatable horn. Both are available with either a 60° x 40° or a 105° x 60° horn.

Their sibling, the Elements 108CS, combines a 75° x 75° horn with an 8-inch weatherproof woofer in a compact cabinet. Meanwhile, the Elements 212CS flyable subwoofer features a pair of 12-inch weatherproof woofers. The enclosures of the Elements CS Series are built from a composite fibreboard material that is dimensionally stable in wet conditions yet has the resonant properties of wood. All metal components, including the front grille, are made from 316 stainless steel for higher resistance to pitting and corrosion, and to qualify for the marine-grade ranking.

Impulse 1015
Impulse 1015

In other news, Peavey has given two models in its Impulse Series a makeover. Impulse 1012 and Impulse 1015 are IP44-rated, compact, high-performance, two-way loudspeaker systems featuring 12-inch and 15-inch weatherproof Black Widow woofers, respectively, and a 2-inch RX22 titanium diaphragm compression driver with a neodymium magnet. The driver is coupled to a 110° x 80° Quadratic-Throat Waveguide to reportedly provide high power handling capability, low distortion and a smooth, clear response. The trapezoidal enclosure is made of light, injection-moulded plastic and has been redesigned for a more streamlined look. The speakers come with an integrated stand mount point, three handles and two extra angled sections on either side to allow for use as a floor monitor. They are capable of SPLs in excess of 129dB at 1m from the speakers.

Peavey has also developed a Digitool driver for Neets IP-based AV control interfaces. The driver is currently available for the Digitool MX16 and Digitool Live devices and works with all Neets AV control interfaces with IP connectivity. It provides an IP-based command set including input and output channel level and mute control, level and mute functionality for all audio matrix points and the ability to trigger internal preset loads. The driver is available within the Neets Project Designer drag-and-drop configuration software as part of the device driver library.



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