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Lowell Upgrades Ceiling Speakers for InfoComm19

Booth 5961 – Lowell’s popular E-Series speakers has expanded, and now includes a new 8 inch line of speakers; an 8″ subwoofer, 8″ coaxial and an 8″ compression driver are available for the first time. The unique thing about this product is that Lowell offers an 70 volt, 100 volt, or 120 volt tap – making it versatile for its intended use in ceiling mounting.

Jeff Garstick of Lowell, explains that higher ceilings require more power, so this new option is idea. Lowell speakers have been around for a long time and they are showing their standard line of speakers, many of which are featured in Lowell’s InfoComm booth at 5961. Jeff explains that new speaker products are filling a void in the marketplace where less standard dimensions often present an audio problem, particularly with ceiling height.

For more information on Lowell Solutions, visit their website at https://www.lowellmfg.com/ or go to AV Nation’s website to see previous products we’ve highlighted.

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