Posted in materials on June 22, 2016 12:23 pm EDT

EAW Announces Radius Network-Enabled Powered Loudspeakers

Budget-friendly Radius offers features and ease of use -- a workable tool for designers and systems integrators serving church clients.

EAW's Radius provides a budget-friendly, ease-of-use and set-up loudspeaker alternative.


 

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TAGS: audio, audio upgrade, dante integration, sound reinforcement,

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By Church Designer Staff

[With] full Dante integration across the line, Radius delivers an intelligent and flexible system to fit any budget, EAW representatives report.

Eastern Acoustic Works' (EAWs') new Radius loudspeaker is designed to streamline setup and deliver maximum results in minimum time. Radius (RSX Series) couples unique and intelligent features with EAW’s signature acoustical design to deliver solutions for systems integrators and rental companies. With Radius, EAW representatives report, achieving optimal sonic performance is made easy and more accessible. Smart features such as OptiLogic are designed to drastically cut down on setup and tuning time.

EAW Radius family.

In addition, system design and control are made more approachable, according to EAW. The new EAWmosaic app provides total system optimization from anywhere in a venue, plus intuitive room design and prediction in a single, comprehensive application. With the proven sonic performance of EAW’s acoustic design and DSP mastery, plus full Dante integration across the line, Radius delivers an intelligent and flexible system to fit any budget.

 

 

 

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