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[NAMM] Proel XEOS Series

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Presented at NAMM 2011, XEOS is a new series of installation speakers created by Proel to replace the existing Spark and MO/CSE series, with a single range featuring a selected number of models.

The series includes three 2-way surface-mount models: XE35TB/TW with 3.5” woofer, XE55TB/TW, with 5” woofer and XE65TB/W, with 6.5” woofer. The front baffle featuring a protection grille with a new aluminium logo is designed to allow these speakers, available in black or white colour, to blend into its environment. The horn-loaded dome tweeters and the crossover filters are designed to be suitable both for voice paging and background music applications. The three models feature a c-shaped bracket for installation in vertical or horizontal position.

 

Two square-shape 2-way ceiling models are available, XE55CTX and XE65CTX, featuring 5" and 6.5" coaxial speakers and 70V/100V/8ohm operation. The round-shape ceiling models includes the XE65CT, a two-way coaxial system with 6.5" woofer, and the XE51CT, a  5" model.

 

The whole XEOS series will be available for sale in the first quarter 2011.

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