Dante PoE powered speaker with 16 x 1.5″ drivers
1.5 inch (3.75 cm) full-range speaker units with neodymium magnets
Slim design complements any interior décor
Available in black or white
Enclosures can be painted to match surroundings
Wall mount bracket supplied
Optional hardware for a wide range of installation needs
Dante PoE powered speaker system
With audio distributed via a Dante network and PoE power* supplied from a PoE compliant L2 switch, the speaker system can be constructed as a network, allowing existing IT infrastructure to be effectively utilized. Simple wiring via LAN cables, easy installation, and no need for a power amp contribute to the flexibility of installation, allowing you to construct an elegant sound system that will not interfere with the design of the conference room.
* When using an IEEE802.3at compliant PoE power supply device, the maximum speaker output is 15W; when using an IEEE802.3af compliant PoE power supply device, the maximum speaker output is 6W.
Sound quality and design to match conference room requirements
The VXL1-16P is equipped with 16 drivers. A line array configuration is used, placing the audio sources linearly to reduce sound dispersion in the vertical direction, thereby limiting reflections from the ceiling and walls, and preventing sound energy from being dispersed, ensuring that clear sound can be delivered to long distance. The drivers are 3.75 cm (1.5 inch) full-range units that extravagantly use neodymium magnets, and are placed in a slim enclosure (chassis) that is 5.4 cm wide. This allows easy installation even in locations that have various limitations on placement space, without impairing the décor of the office conference room.
VXL1W-16P with included bracket
VXL1W-16P with PA-L1B (A pole is not included)
VXL1W-16P with WMB-L1
HCB-L1B used in common with WMB‑L1 (Left), HCB-L1B used in common with PA-L1B (Right)
Wireless control on iPad
This product can be remotely controlled from a “ProVisionaire Touch” custom control panel for the iPad via a Wi-Fi network. For example, operations such as adjusting the volume balance of conference audio that’s input to an MRX7-D signal processor and raising the speaker volume can be performed from a single screen of an iPad.