The C4.2LP (4-inch low-profile ceiling), C6.2 (6.5-inch ceiling) and P6.2 (6.5-inch pendant) join the extensive EVID product lineup, which includes acoustically and aesthetically matched ceiling-mount, flush-mount, pendant-mount and surface-mount models suitable for installation in spaces of every shape and size, indoors or outdoors.
The C4.2LP is a two-way full-range ceiling speaker with a four-inch woofer and a 0.75-inch HF driver. Its low-profile design offers a mounting depth of just 3.75 inches – the shortest in its class and ideal for tighter spaces. The C4.2LP’s wiring runs from the side of the unit for additional ease of installation.
The C6.2 is a two-way full-range ceiling speaker with a 6.5-inch woofer and a one-inch HF driver. Both the new ceiling models have the same diameter as the existing EVID eight-inch ceiling speakers, ensuring consistent appearance across multi-model installations. Sold in pairs and available in white, both include a 30W transformer with an 8Ω bypass option, and are UL1480A and CSA 22.2 No. 205 certified for indoor use.
The P6.2 is a two-way full-range pendant speaker with 6.5-inch woofer and one-inch HF driver. Its magnetic grille allows for easier servicing and installation. Sold per piece and available in black and white, the P6.2 includes a 30 watt transformer with an 8Ω bypass option, and is UL1480A and CSA 22.2 No. 205 certified for indoor and outdoor use.
As with all EVID speakers, these three new models are designed with both the contractor and the listener in mind, combining unique timesaving features to simplify installation with best-in-class audio performance, excellent value, low-profile looks and robust reliability. Innovative mounting mechanisms enable fast, flexible and secure placement, and the two new ceiling models utilise the existing EVID ceiling speaker accessories.
Along with the already available models, there is now an EVID solution for any commercial audio application – each offering superior sound quality and features at a highly competitive price point. Users can combine various models to create an optimal system design with consistent looks and voicing throughout, whether using a few units or hundreds.