Welcome the new compact X-Line range from ElectroVoice!
Where the full-sized X-Line meets the acoustical demands of the largest venues and arenas, the X-Line Compact (XLC) is designed to provide equally outstanding sonic quality in a wide variety of venues of varying sizes, all with easy setup and transportation. Whether heard at a medium-sized festival, in a large concert hall or house of worship, or as a supplementary system used with X-Line at the world’s largest events, XLC has a proven performance record, says the manufacturer.
The latest additions to XLC are based on the all-new DVX transducer platform: the XLC127DVX full range system and the XLC215 LF/sub element featuring two DVX3150 woofers. The XLC127DVX is a step up from the 127+: it utilizes the same high output ND6-HYDRA™ HF section, but provides more LF capability with the DVX3121 12-inch forced-air-cooled LF driver, along with lower distortion and more headroom in the mid range with the new DVN2065 mid-bass woofers. Both new XLC-DVX models are available as installation versions, with simplified rigging for permanent installations. Existing XLC127+ systems can be easily upgraded to XLC127DVX—please contact your local EV service representative for details.
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