EAW SBK Subwoofers

A series of subwoofers from EAW.
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EAW SBK Subwoofers

Aug 18, 2011 1:00 PM

EAW SBK Subwoofers

EAW unveiled its new SBK series subwoofers. The SBK subs are designed to complement EAW’s MK series full-range loudspeakers in construction, size, and sound, but they can also be used as standalone subwoofers in a system from any other manufacturer. The line includes three models: SBK150 (single 15in.), SBK180 (single 18in.), and SBK250 (double 15in.) subwoofers. All three units operate in passive mode. Applications can include concert halls, houses of worship, arenas, large ballrooms, live theater products, and gymnasiums. Multiple 3/8in. mounting points allow for flexibility when installing subs in standalone applications. The design of the enclosures is based on the dimensions of EAW’s MK2300 and MK5300 loudspeakers, giving a homogeneous appearance when arrayed together. When used with the optional flybar, two full-range MK loudspeakers can be mounted to either side of an SBK using preconfigured and optimized splay angles. The optional flybar provides single or double pick points with pull back for a total array package. An additional optional stinger provides selectable tilt to an array from a single pick point. Price: NA

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