Electro-Voice ZXA1 Active Loudspeaker (800 Watts, 8")

- Input Connections: XLR and TRS Combo; XLR with Independent Gain
- Power Requirement: 120V: 95V - 132V, 50 - 60 Hz, 0.6A; 230V:190V - 264V, 50 - 60 Hz, 0.4A
- Frequency Response: (-3 dB) 60 Hz - 20 kHz Hz Full Range Mode
- Frequency Response: (-10 dB) 48 Hz - 20 kHz Hz Full Range Mode
- Recommended High-Pass Frequency: 100Hz (User Selectable)
- Max. SPL/1m (calc): 123 dB
- LF Transducer: EV8L, 203mm (8-inch) Driver
- HF Transducer: DH2005, 25mm (1-inch) Exit Compression Driver
- Crossover Frequency: 1800 Hz
- Enclosure Material: High Impact Polystyrene
- Grill: Polyester Powder Coated, 18GA Galvanized Steel
- 1-3/8" (35 mm) pole-mount socket
- Height: 457 mm (17.99 inches)
- Width: 282 mm (11.1 inches)
- Depth: 264 mm (10.39 inches)
- Weight: 8.62 kg (19 lbs)
- Shipping Weight: 10.3 kg (22.7 lbs)
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Black
Shipping Weight: 22.5 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 19 x 13 x 12 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): F.01U.353.818
Black, Pair
Shipping Weight: 45 lbs
Electro Voice Warranty ´╗┐Electro-Voice offers the following warranties: 5 years on speakers; 3 years on electronics; and 2 years on microphones.
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-289-0096

Electro-Voice ZXA1 Active Loudspeaker

Electro-Voice engineers have raised the bar for portable sound once again, adding to the award-winning ZX loudspeaker family with the ZXA1 -- the self-powered version of the best-selling ZX1 compact two-way loudspeaker.

The ZXA1 is powered by an 800 watt amplifier module derived from EV's world-tour-class Tour Grade series -- amplifiers with audio quality and reliability proven at the very highest levels.

Features:

- Designed for Club Sound, Concert Sound, House of Worship, and other applications.
- Integrated 800 watt power amplifier
- Biamplified design with transducer protection
- EV8L 8-inch high-output LF transducer
- DH2005 1-inch exit true compression driver
- 90 x 50 degree coverage pattern
- Rotatable horn design
- 123 dB maximum SPL
- Selectable high-pass filter for use with subwoofers
- Line and microphone inputs
- Integral monitor angle on enclosure
- Built-in pole mount
- Lightweight (< 20 lbs) with integral handle for easy carrying
(28 ratings)
Submitted December 31, 2011 by a customer from aol.com
"this small & mighty wins a place in my keyboard rig"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
I'd buy it again; in fact I may buy another for changing my rig to stereo. Even with 2 of these, it's lighter than what it's replacing.

Sound
Was looking for a replacement for my 61 pound "off-brand Mackie450 clone" which I've been using for about 3 years for monitoring keyboards with my 5 piece original jazz/rock band the Urban Sherpas (plug). I haven't used it enough to say if one is better than the other, but I'm completely satisfied with the ZXA and it has plenty of volume for monitoring and as my main amp for small to medium venues. In the decision making phase of purchase, I was very concerned about bass response from the ZXA's 8" vs. clone's 12". I don't miss any bass at all from the ZXA's. I'm very pleasantly surprised. Electric and acoustic pianos (including left hand boogie bass lines), strings, B3 clone, synth pads and leads..all sound great

Features
19 pounds and sounds great! Pole mount or monitor wedge placement. plenty of bass and volume for my needs. price was about 1/2 of QSC alternative. did I mention 19 lbs.? love it.

Ease of Use
highly portable. easy attachment of up to 2 inputs

Quality
With some trepidation, I took a chance and got a "blemished" from zzounds. Aesthetically it was perfect. At HIGH volume it buzzed. I took the speaker grill off and found that all 4 screws holding the 8" were read more loose. tightened'em up and it's now golden. Score.

Value
oh yeah.

Manufacturer Support
I was not able to find ANY local dealers to listen before I purchased, so was banking on being able to return to zzounds if not satisfied (thank you, zzounds). I never had to do that..I'm keeping it!

Musical Background:
keyboards, flute, local bands plus home studio

Musical Style:
acid jazz, Christian
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