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News EAW NTL720

EAW introduces the NTL720, a new self-powered and very compact line array loudspeaker system featuring a true three-way design.

The new EAW NTL720 is a self-powered line array loudspeaker system housed in a compact (9.4” x 24” x 14.3”) and low-weight (less than 50 pounds) package.

The entire enclosure face of each NTL720 module is filled by a full-sized mid/high horn providing 110-degree (horizontal) by 12-degree (vertical) dispersion.

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High frequencies are produced by six 1-inch dome tweeters, configured in two vertical columns (each with three tweeters) mounted on a manifold that feeds a single slot in the center of the horn. Flanking the HF section, dual 6-inch cone woofers handle the MF range, also loading on to the horn.

The LF section features EAW’s proprietary Phase Aligned approach, first deployed in KF730 Series line arrays. Both 6-inch LF drivers are positioned in a side-mounted “figure-8” configuration.

The onboard self-powering technology includes three individual 500-watt Class-D (digital) amplifier modules, each tailored for its respective subsection (LF, LF/MF, and HF – all 4-ohm loads). Each amplifier module is accompanied by its own digital signal processor. Headlining the DSP is EAW’s Gunness Focusing™ alignment and driver processing algorithms.

For the input selection, the user has the choice of EAW’s proprietary U-Net as well as analog, AES 1, and AES 2. U-Net provides full digital control of each device in a system, including audio signal, processing parameters, routing – in addition to the EAW Smaart tuning and analysis platform.

Communication connection options include U-Net, as well as a USB port on the back panel for interfacing with the DSP. Each back panel also offers HF boost and nearfield contour controls, along with a range of LED indicators for signal, limiter, clip, input selection, U-Net status, amplifier status, HF boost engagement and nearfield contour engagement.

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