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Electro-Voice ETX-12P 12" Two-Way Powered Loudspeaker

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Portability is a key factor in selecting professional quality sound reiforcement enclosures. EV's ETX-12P is an excellent solution for many bands, DJ...Click To Read More About This Product

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Lightweight powered full range.

Portability is a key factor in selecting professional quality sound reiforcement enclosures. EV's ETX-12P is an excellent solution for many bands, DJs and presenters of various types. Its enclosure is small, reasonably lightweight, and still effectively reproduces frequencies as low as 43 Hz. This enclosure contains 2000 watts of Class D power and a sophisticated patching panel on the rear to use it in many different configurations and applications.

Inside each low-profile, tour-grade wood enclosure are a range of unique new features that set ETX Powered Loudspeakers apart, combining intelligent technology and innovative industrial design for spectacular results across all applications. EV-engineered high-efficiency transducers and high-powered Class-D amplifiers, Signal Synchronized Transducers (SST) waveguide design and smart FIR-Drive DSP all work together to provide peerless EV sound quality and precise coverage at the highest SPLs.

12" LF SMX woofer
1.25" HF titanium compression driver
2000 W Class-D power amplifier with integrated FIR-Drive DSP
135 dB peak SPL

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Frequency Range: 43 Hz - 20 kHz
Maximum SPL: 135 peak dB
Power Consumption: 100 - 240 V, 50 - 60 Hz, 1.6 - 0.8 A
Power Rating: 2000 W
Frequency Response: 55 Hz - 20 kHz
Coverage (Nominal -6 dB) H: 90
Coverage (Nominal -6 dB) V: 60
LF Transducer: SMX2120 300 mm (12 in)
HF Transducer: DH3-B 1.25-in titanium compression driver
Crossover Frequency: 1600 Hz
Connector Type: (2) XLR/TRS combo jack and (1) XLR link output
Enclosure Material: 18-mm, 13-ply birch plywood with EVCoat
Grill: 16AWG steel with powdercoat
Suspension: (8) M10 suspension points
Height: 613 mm (24.13")
Width: 381 mm (15")
Depth: 400 mm (15.75")
Weight Net: 23.6 kg (52.03 lbs)
Shipping Weight: 26.8 kg (59.08 lbs)
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Electro-VoiceETX-12P 12" Two-Way Powered Loudspeaker

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(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)




from Alabama

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  • Clear Sound
  • Durable
  • Versatile


    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Mobile DJ
    • Performances

    Comments about Electro-Voice ETX-12P 12" Two-Way Powered Loudspeaker:

    Electro Voice has always had the best tuned cabinets available! Quality sound and power punch. I've used EV SX300, SX500, ZX90-5, as passive speakers. All great stuff and best in their class!!!
    But these things kick some serious power out. Quality sound, tight, crisp, clean, punchy!
    You get the quality EV sound, backed with 2000 watts of power per cab. So then 2 cabs are pushing 4000 watts of power to your mains. WOW!
    Tough, little heavy, but not when you consider the power inside, and the thrill of not having to lug power amps in.
    Love these things...Thanks EV for showing QSC how it's really done! Awesome!

    (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)


    Amazing... but...

    By soundguy

    from Canada

    About Me Professional Musician


    • Clear Sound


    • Bulky/Heavy

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      Comments about Electro-Voice ETX-12P 12" Two-Way Powered Loudspeaker:

      Bought a set of four ETX-12P's... absolutely love the sound out of them... absolutely hate the white noise. When I plugged these in, I couldn't believe how loud the hiss was. I thought I had a wide open channel or noisy preamp somewhere. But this is how the speakers sound. I contacted two retailers who took a listen to their 12P's in store, and they likewise found them to be not only twice as loud as the QSC's at 0db, but also hissing at a wider bandwidth. It's more like white noise than a hiss. In a quiet room, you can hear these things all the way to the back with nothing plugged into them. What is EV thinking?

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