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Electro-Voice Force i E 15" Speaker Cabinet
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The Force i E from Electro-Voice is a 15-inch two-way speaker cabinet with 250-watts continuous, 1,000-watt peak power handling, and an 80 degree x 5...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Force i E from Electro-Voice is a 15-inch two-way speaker cabinet with 250-watts continuous, 1,000-watt peak power handling, and an 80 degree x 55 degree Constant-Directivity horn. This trapezoidal speaker enclosure features integral stand mount and industrial-grade black carpet covering. Ring-Mode Decoupling (RMD) delivers pure, detailed vocals with excellent midrange performance. The Barrier Port design delivers surprising bass response from a small enclosure. A High power crossover network has a built-in protection circuit.
The Force i E 15 was built for the professional on a budget and boasts great sound, portability and outstanding value. The E 15 speaker is easy to transport and simple to setup making it perfect for performers, DJs on the go, school functions and youth groups.
- RoadWood Trapezoidal Enclosure
- Compact size”only 25.2 in tall
- Light weight”only 46 lbs (20.9 kg)
- RMD - Ring-Mode Decoupling
- 1-inch pure titanium compression driver
- 80o x 55o true Constant-Directivity horn
- High Power Crossover Network
- PTP Power Tracking Protection
- Built-in metal stand mount
- Manufactured in the United States
Force i E 15" Speaker Cabinet
- Frequency Response (-3dB): 60 - 20000 Hz
Frequency Response (-10dB): 40 - 20000 Hz
Sensitivity: 1W/1m 100 dB
Max. SPL / 1m (calc); full space: 130 dB
Horizontal coverage (nominal -6dB): 80 degrees
Verticle Coverage (nominal -6dB): 55 degrees
System Power Handling (continuous/program/peak): 250/500/1000 Watts
Nominal Impedance (Passive): 8 Ohms
Input Connections: Parallel Neutrik NL4
Chassis Size: 15 inches
Internal Crossover: Yes
Speaker Type: Fullrange, Mid-High, Two-Way
Weight Net: 53.13 lbs (24.1 kg)
Dimensions (HxWxD): 25.51" x 18.31" x 15.2", (648 x 465 x 386 mm)
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These are strong performers that last.I know audio engineering inside and out after 45 years in the business. EV stuff is not cheap. But you get what you pay for and then some. Buy these for your vocal PA or guitar rig. Over the course of three or four years, you discover how inexpensive good quality gear really is. Use a strong high quality amp with these, rated at twice the RMS power. NEVER turn your amp up full. Remember, the knob on a power amp is NOT a "volume knob." It is a "gain" control. That means it sets the sensitivity to input that results in full rated power output. Keep your power amp between half and three-quarters. Use a quiet mixer. Make sure all your gear is as low-noise as possible. THEN you will discover what the experienced old-school engineers know... Quality sound reproduction at LOUD volumes. These speaker f'n ROCK.They are not only great for vocals, but make guitars cut through a mix, project and disperse output MUCH farther & wider than typical "guitar-cabs." EV gear is ALL PRO.The only people who diss EV are competitors or amateurs; numbskulls who hook speakers up wrong or don't know anything about impedance, loading, or frequency ranges of instruments. These ARE NOT SUBWOOFERS. These are "full range" which in this case means all the range needed for instruments and voices NOT IN THE BASS RANGE. If you are an uneducated teenager looking to shake walls and balls, these are NOT what you want. If you want a high quality full-range speaker that can handle 95% of all musical material... you found it.These are GREAT speakers. For the money, they are an incredible value.
I love EV Sound..Especially for Singing..I own QSC HPR152i, JBL SRX715, Mackey SRM450, Community XP500, and EV Eliminator, and EV Force iE 15s..Most expensive is JBL SR Series at $1200 a Pop, QSC coming in second...At EV's Price their still my favorite sounding speaker...
I own a set of these speakers, and I have to admit they are very avereage at best. I also own a pair of Jbl eon wich crushes the "electro voice". The EV's are slightly over priced, but like I said very average speaker quality.