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Crestron Debuts New Vector™ Performance Loudspeakers at InfoComm 2017

New line provides unparalleled sound quality for larger spaces within the enterprise; rounds out portfolio of high-performance speakers.

14 Jun 2017

Cobham, Surrey – June 14, 2017 – Crestron, the global leader in enterprise AV solutions, introduced today their new Vector performance loudspeakers, which are specifically designed for use in large commercial spaces, such as auditoriums, lecture halls, and divisible rooms. Vector is a comprehensive line of loudspeakers, starting with a 6” coaxial up to 12” and 15” models, and even includes dual 18” subwoofers for high-impact systems. They feature an innovative coaxial transducer design that delivers optimal sound, clarity, and intelligibility for speech reinforcement and media reproduction in enterprise environments. Crestron is demonstrating the new loudspeakers at InfoComm 2017 in Audio Demo Room 225AB, and displaying them in Booth 1900.

The transducer in Vector performance loudspeakers represents a revolutionary advancement in coaxial speaker design. Its large titanium diaphragm compression driver operates at frequencies lower than typical, providing better high/low alignment and increasing sound pressure levels without distortion. The compact high-frequency horn design reduces shadowing to produce incredibly clear and dynamic sound for both voice and music. Co-located high and low drivers result in less crossover interaction within the coverage pattern and provides ultra-smooth response.

“Expanding on our extensive line of architectural speakers, our new Vector performance loudspeakers are designed specifically for larger spaces in commercial applications,” said Dennis Fink, Technology Manager, Professional Audio at Crestron. “Vector loudspeakers are designed for optimal sound quality and intelligibility as part of our complete Enterprise Audio Solutions.”

Vector performance loudspeakers are designed to work with Avia DSPs and Avia Audio Tool. Leveraging the specialised signal processing within Avia DSPs, rather than crossover networks, greatly reduces harsh-sounding resonances and sound coloration caused by horn reflections, while retaining nuances of the original signal. The result is an extremely natural sounding room system with superior pattern control, higher gain before feedback, and improved intelligibility.

To learn more about Vector performance loudspeakers and the complete Crestron enterprise audio offering, visit Booth 1900 and Audio Demo Room 225AB at InfoComm 2017.



Petra van Meeuwen
EMEA Customer Media Relations Director
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