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They range from a single in cone to a mighty dual in, as well as horn-loaded subwoofer systems. All offer stunning sonic performance with a powerful clamshell punch. A sub for every occasion The SB Series has something for every application. The portable SBZ with its fatter-sounding output from dual 18 in drivers. The premium SBZ, designed to deliver in the most demanding professional situations. The range is powerful and comprehensive.

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They range from a single in cone to a mighty dual in, as well as horn-loaded subwoofer systems. All offer stunning sonic performance with a powerful clamshell punch. A sub for every occasion The SB Series has something for every application. The portable SBZ with its fatter-sounding output from dual 18 in drivers. The premium SBZ, designed to deliver in the most demanding professional situations.

The range is powerful and comprehensive. All SB models are direct radiating, with optimally tuned, vented enclosures. Unique driver mounting maximizes cone area. This also allows for the integration of an extremely low turbulence port while minimizing front area. In combination they offer optimal configurations for both permanent and touring installations. However, we also have a more compact offering in the SB Z. Were it not for QX and SB, the installation shown here would have otherwise been three small-format line arrays and probably six times as many loudspeakers.

Software tools Every EAW product series works seamlessly with our array of software applications designed to make installation easier and sound optimisation a more exact science. EAW Resolution 2. The actual frequency response at any point in a venue can also be viewed.

User-defined environmental conditions, specifically temperature and humidity, are factored into these calculations. SB Series.

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