06.23.2006 12:48 PM
JBL expands VerTec DP line with two new models

JBL Professional has expanded the VerTec product line with the new VT4887ADP three-way line array element and VT4881ADP powered subwoofer. These two new compact, powered models are designed to deliver high-quality sound reinforcement of music and speech in a variety of applications, including concert audio, corporate A/V and theatrical presentations of all types.

The VT4887ADP is a compact, powered lightweight three-way line array element housing two 8in woofers, four 4in midrange radiators and two 1in exit high-frequency drivers. Designed in cooperation with sister companies Crown and dbx, the JBL DP2 DrivePack features 2200W peak (1100W continuous) output power and comprehensive digital signal processing, including patented Class-I power amplifier technology from Crown and onboard DSP functionality that communicates readiness and operational status and monitors fault detection of components and electronics.

The VT4881ADP is a compact, lightweight vented subwoofer enclosure housing JBL's exclusive new 2269G Ultra Long Excursion 18in woofer and a JBL DrivePack integrated power and DSP electronics package. Optimized for subwoofer applications, the DP1 provides 3,600W peak (1800W continuous) output power.

Both models feature rigging hardware that uses quick-release pins and end-mounted metal frames to couple adjacent units together in rigid but flexible arrays. The VT4887ADP suspension hardware features quick-release pins and end-mounted metal tubes to couple adjacent units together.

For more information, please visit http://www.jblpro.com/vertec1/vertecdp/index.htm.

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