8 «woofer with 1» soft dome tweeter Yamaha has designed the new VXC and VXS loudspeakers to accommodate a growing list of applications in the installation market. These speakers not only deliver quintessential Yamaha sound quality, but have also been carefully designed for easy and safe installation. With both ceiling and surface mount options, these speaker series include a wide range of models that are available in black or white, or can be painted to match any interior application.
The VXC series offers three different sizes of bass, allowing you to choose the most suitable speaker for your installation. Each model has an internal transformer that allows a single speaker to work in high and low impedance, simply by turning the selector on the screen. As a single loudspeaker can be used in these two modes, operations such as inventory control are simplified, and you can easily adapt your system to any change.
This Series of loudspeakers with ‘Anti-Fall’ anchor allows them to be temporarily mounted on the ceiling, leaving your hands free for greater safety and ease of installation. An attached tray allows multiple speakers to be safely moved in one go. Additionally, the VXC Series speakers also come with O-rings and tile rails for a more secure and smooth installation.
We have developed the VXC and VXS Series loudspeakers to meet a demand in the market for speaker installation capable of providing excellent music reproduction as well as crystal clear and clear announcements for public address applications. Both Series feature new large-size drivers and powerful magnetic circuitry that greatly increase driving and braking force, as well as dedicated tweeter diaphragms and paper cone speaker with a carefully crafted blend of materials that help optimize performance. sound reproduction. The cabs are ruggedly constructed to meet the demands of a wide variety of commercial environments, constructed from carefully selected plastic with high tensile strength, and designed with optimized bass reflex to offer a firm fit in the bass range. From the components and materials used for wiring and soldering, to the optimal placement of sound absorbing materials, a great deal of attention has been paid to even the smallest design details in the series.