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757.498.6118 Ext - 109QW 4F - Call for pricing - Dual 15-inch 2800 watt - 00571150

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The QW™-4F has two of the new extra-high power Pro Rider™ woofers incorporated, as well as a new compact cabinet design. The QW™-4F is a quasi-three way speaker system comprised of two 15" Pro Rider™ woofers with a Kevlar® impregnated cone, and an 44XT™ compression driver loaded onto a CH®942qt constant directivity horn. Its trapezoidal shape reduces the build-up of standing waves inside the enclosure, minimizing mid-bass and mid-range colorations due to the cabinet.

It is constructed of premium .720" plywood and is covered with a tough, durable black textured Hammer Head™ polyurethane coating. A 16 gauge powder-coated perforated metal grille covers the front of the system to protect the speakers from external damage. Includes versatile flying points.

The quasi-three way system is comprised of double 15" Pro Rider™ woofers with Kevlar® impregnated, water-resistant treated cones and dust cap for superior environmental stability. Capable of over 1,200 W total of continuous power handling (AES Std 2-1984), the Pro Rider woofers together can handle a lot of sheer power. The high frequencies are handled by a 44XT™ 4" titanium diaphragm compression driver, utilizing ferrofluid cooling, coupled to a CH®942qt constant directivity horn utilizing Quadratic Throat Waveguide™ technology. The CH®942qt is protected under US Patent 6,059,069, and due to this patented geometry, the horn has lower distortion than many popular CD horns. The 44XT driver features the Radialinear Planar Phase Correction System, under US Patent 6,064,745, which provides smoother and extended high frequency response.

Input connection to the system is made via two 4-pin Neutrik jacks in parallel, and a 4-pin Neutrik switching jack is provided for bi-amping flexibility while maintaining superior signal integrity. The inclusion of a standard 4-pin Neutrik jack in parallel on the driver side of the bi-amp switching jack provides for daisy chaining to another cabinet when bi-amping.

The internal passive crossover features Sound Guard™ 44 tweeter protection circuit and an advanced topology crossover with high performance components to provide high power handling and reliability. Peavey’s proprietary high-frequency driver protection circuitry, Sound Guard™, provides long and medium term driver overload protection when the system is used full-range, without impairing musical transients or dynamics. The crossover provides driver roll-off and protection, as well as driver EQ for the woofer and horn. The sum total is a clean, clear and smooth response. High-quality, reliable crossover components include polypropylene capacitors, and high current inductors. The optimal integration of the crossover with the selected drivers results in a smooth frequency response from 50 Hz to 18 kHz.

Despite its compact dimensions for a double 15" based enclosure with a 2" throat compression driver, this system can put out some extremely serious sound levels, and take 2,800 Watts program of clean amplifier power, resulting in precise coverage with excellent clarity and high reliability.

Features

  • Two Pro Rider® 15" speakers with Kevlar® impregnated cone, 4" voice coil, cast frame field replaceable baskets
  • 44XT™ 4" titanium diaphragm compression driver with ferrofluid coupled to a CH®942qt constant directivity horn which employs the patented Quadratic Throat Waveguide™ technology
  • Flexible flying provisions
  • Sound Guard™ 44 high frequency driver protection circuit
  • Two full range, 2 bi-amp Neutrik® Speakon® connectors
  • Durable Hammer Head™ black polyurea finish
  • Very low power compression
  • Low distortion at high SPL

Architectural and Engineering Specifications

The loudspeaker system shall have an operating bandwidth of 50 Hz to 18 kHz. The nominal output level shall be 100 dB when measured at a distance of one meter with an input of one Watt. The nominal impedance shall be 4 Ohms. The maximum continuous power handling shall be 1,400 Watts, maximum program power of 2,800 Watts and a peak power input of at least 5,600 Watts, with a minimum amplifier headroom of 3 dB. The nominal radiation geometry shall be 90° in the horizontal plane and 40° in the vertical plane. The outside dimensions shall be 49.25" high by 21.13" wide by 22.69" deep. The weight shall be 136 pounds. The loudspeaker system shall be a Peavey model QW-4.


Specifications
Frequency Response (±3dB) 50 Hz–18 kHz Power Handling (full range) 1400 W cont. / 2800 W prog. / 5600 W peak
Frequency Range (-10dB) 39 Hz–18 kHz LF Power Handling 1200 W cont. / 2400 W prog. / 4800 W peak
Sensitivity (full/LF/HF) 100 dB / 100 dB / 110 dB HF Power Handling 100 W cont. / 200 W prog. / 400 W peak
Max SPL/ 1m (calc) 137 dB Crossover Frequency 1200 Hz
Coverage (HxV) 90° x 40° Nominal Impedance (full/LF/HF) 4 Ω / 4 Ω / 8 Ω
Box Tuning Frequency 47 Hz Minimum Impedance (full/LF/HF) 3.4 Ω / 3.5 Ω / 7.1 Ω
Input Connections (2) 4-Pin Neutrik Speakon Enclosure Material Plywood w/ black Hammer Head™ polyurethane finish
Transducers (LF/HF) 1508-8 CUCP ProRider / 44XT
Dimensions (HxWxD) 125.1 x 53.7 x 57.6 cm
(49.3" x 21.1" x 22.7")
Weight 61.8 kg (136 lbs)
Purchasing
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