EAW AC6 ADAPTive Column Speaker
Equipped With EAW’s ADAPTive Tool Kit, the AC6 is a Low-profile Box Ideal for Installations and Houses of Worship
Following the success of its ADAPTive Line, Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) announces its latest addition, the AC6 2-Way Full Range ADAPTive Column. Capable of generating a max SPL of 143db and 120° of horizontal nominal beamwidth, it’s targeted at installations, houses of worship and small performing arts centres.
Although slightly smaller than its predecessors, the AC6 includes just as many cutting-edge features. Managed via EAW’s Resolution 2 software, the AC6 can compensate for coverage and directivity with its Adaptive Performance technology. By integrating all factors and aspects of the loudspeaker, the AC6 can produce three-dimensional coverage in any venue, making it perfect for the most acoustically challenging rooms.
The AC6 is also equipped with EAW’s Focusing and DynO digital signal processing. This means that at any volume, this column speaker provides clear and dynamic sound with a pristine impulse response. Utilising six low frequency transducers and 30 high frequency transducers, the AC6 can produce studio quality audio from 20kHz, all the way down to 65Hz, at any volume.
“With the ongoing success of our ADAPTive line arrays, we are excited to introduce a loudspeaker equipped with the same powerful DSP toolkit that EAW is known for, but inside a small-format column enclosure,” says TJ Smith, president of Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW).
An infinite amount of columns can be flown as mains or integrated with the larger Anna or Anya line arrays for flexible coverage possibilities. Just like its other ADAPTive models, the AC6 is integrated with Dante redundant networking as well as analog redundancy capabilities making connecting and communication to each module streamlined and dependable.
The AC6 2-Way Full Range ADAPTive column is available in black or white, and is suitable for outdoor use when input/output weather protection covers are used.
The new AC6 will be highlighted during this year’s InfoComm Show (Booth 5543).