The SBX Series is a high output subwoofer system designed to support any system from RSX to ADAPTive Series products. The use of neodymium woofers with a 4in voice coil ensures the best sonic performance, meeting expectations for venues of all sizes.
Engineered for both production and installation uses, SBX Series is equipped with a threaded pole mount and rugged handles, making for a perfect solution for small gigs to large concert systems.
Integrated runners on the top and sides lock the subs together to resist movement due to vibration and provide a clean look. Support of ground stack operation of NTX can be accomplished with two sets of flybar locating pins, providing safe operation at any splay angle
Designed to streamline setup and deliver maximum results in minimum time, SBX Series couples unique and intelligent features with EAW’s signature acoustical design to deliver solutions for rental firms and system integrators. With SBX, achieving optimal sonic performance, as well as system design and control, has never been easier or more accessible. Resolution 2™ provides total system optimization from anywhere in the 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, SBX delivers an intelligent and flexible system to fit most budgets.
EAW’s proprietary Resolution 2 modeling software allows you to accurately predict performance and optimize multiple arrays.
Every EAW product series works seamlessly with our array of software applications designed to make installation easier and sound optimization a more exact science.
EAW Resolution 2, for example, is a powerful and easy-to-use simulation software that accurately predicts the performance of multiple arrays within a venue. Driven by EAW’s proprietary F-Chart acoustics modeling software, Resolution is more accurate and powerful than previous generations of software by utilizing measured 3D acoustic data.
Output levels are displayed by varying color using a variety of methods, including 1/3-octave and broadband SPL, A and C weighted. 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.
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