Lowell Manufacturing Company’s containerized, quick-install line, Lowell ES In-Ceiling Speakers, is adding four new models.
The Lowell ES In-Ceiling Speakers, known for their smooth sound, clear transmission, and quick-installation features, will add:
- 5-1/4-inch coaxial driver
- 8-inch subwoofer
- 8-inch coaxial driver
- 8-inch coaxial compression driver
According to a Lowell Manufacturing Company press release, all 8-inch models feature a transformer with 120W tap for maximum power.
“The ES continues to be a popular style for our customer base,” says Jeff Garstick, who handles new business development at Lowell.
“We’re committed to providing more driver selections in that easy-install format to have a more complete lineup of speakers with similar aesthetics.”
More on Lowell ES In-Ceiling Speakers (via press release):
Providing full frequency response for music and excellent intelligibility for speech, ES Series speakers are well suited to a wide variety of commercial, retail, industrial, institutional, and residential applications. The factory-mounted enclosure, with reversible mounting dogs and press-fit grille with scrim and pull-tool, aid fast installation in drywall, wood, and tile ceilings.
The new speaker models include—eight inch coaxial driver Model ES-82T, eight inch coaxial compression driver Model ES-82CDT, eight inch subwoofer Model ES-8TSUB, and 5-1/4 inch coaxial driver Model ES-52T. Shipping is set to begin this summer.
Lowell’s ES Series will be on display at InfoComm 2019 at Lowell Manufacturing Company’s booth No. 5961.
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How to Install Lowell ES In-Ceiling Speakers
More about InfoComm 2019:
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In many cases, integrators or consultants bring top customers as guests to InfoComm to take advantage of being able to demonstrate products from the 1,000-plus exhibitors.
Meanwhile, many of these end users seek to maintain CTS certification and take advantage of opportunities to earn credits from education sessions during InfoComm.