Electro-Voice EKX-15S Passive 15" Subwoofer

BH #ELEKX15S • MFR #F.01U.303.366
Electro-Voice
Electro-Voice EKX-15S Passive 15" Subwoofer
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days
$629.00
$27/mo. with 0% interest for 24 mos.^
24 equal monthly payments required, offer ends Jan 31, 2021.

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Electro-Voice EKX-15S Overview

The EKX-15S Passive 15" Subwoofer from Electro-Voice features a 1600W Class D amplifier with integrated QuickSmartDSP and delivers up to 133 dB peak SPL utilizing high-sensitivity transducers. The EKX amplifier incorporates intelligent thermal management (with a variable-speed fan controlled by onboard sensors).

The EKX-15S is ideal for portable and installed applications. It has a lightweight and compact 15mm wood enclosure with internal bracing, durable EVCoat finish, eight M10 threaded mounting points, aluminum pole-mounts, and metal handles.

1600 W (peak), 133 dB peak SPL utilizing high sensitivity transducers
Lightweight, compact 15mm wood enclosure with internal bracing, and durable EVCoat finish
Large slot ports for low distortion and excellent bass extension
Metal grille reinforcement bar
M20 threaded pole mount plate.
UPC: 800549772143

Electro-Voice EKX-15S Specs

Axial Sensitivity95 dB (SPL 1 W/3.3' (1 m)
Connector TypeDual NL4
CoverageNominal: -6 dB
Horizontal: 90°
Vertical: 60°
Enclosure Material15 mm plywood with EVCoat
Frequency Response-10 dB: 40 to 300 Hz
-3 dB: 60 to 100 Hz
Grille18 AWG steel with powder-coat
Low Frequency TransducerEVS-15C 15" (381 mm)
Maximum SPL133 dB
ImpedanceMinimum: 7.5 ohms
Nominal: 8 ohms
Power HandlingContinuous: 400 W
Peak: 1600 W
High Pass Crossover35 Hz (recommended frequency)
Dimensions17.91 x 20.87 x 21.69" (45.5 x 53.0 x 55.1 cm)
Weight54.9 lb (24.9 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight69 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)26 x 23.8 x 21.4"
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