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Cerwin Vega CVP-2153
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Cerwin Vega CVP-2153

Full-Range PA Speaker Cabinet from Cerwin Vega belonging to the CVP series.

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Cerwin-Vega announced the Cerwin-Vega Passive (CVP) loudspeakers.


The CVP-1152 features a single 15" woofer and horn tweeter while the CVP-2153 has two 15" woofers with a horn tweeter.

The CVP speakers were designed to be used as a performer's primary speaker or in conjunction with one of Cerwin-Vega's folded horn or subwoofers. Custom 15" cast frame woofers with 3" voice coils power the CVP designs' low end, while high frequencies are handled by the 44mm mylar driver.

The custom high-frequency horn can be rotated to optimize dispersion when the speakers are in floor monitor positions. The handling of the speakers (1000w peak for the CVP-1152 and 2000W peak for the CVP-2153) is designed to ensure compatibility with Cerwin-Vega folded horns, including the newly announced 21" TS-42 subwoofer.

For more information, visit their web site at www.cerwin-vega.com.
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