The EVM12L Classic Guitar Loudspeaker from Electo-Voice is a 12" diameter speaker designed for professional, high-quality guitar amplification systems. The high-range frequency response is specifically designed for lead guitar performances and classic guitar tones. Packaged around an eight-spoke, diecast aluminum frame, the speaker features a low-mass edgewound voice coil on a laminated polyimide coil form, driven by a 16 lb magnetic structure. The speaker also features a curvilinear cone and fatigue-resistant cone suspension, and both the coil and magnetic structure are vented. This speaker can be front or rear mounted.
200W power handling
100 dB sensitivity
Cast frame creates a reduced low-frequency flex
Edge-wound flat aluminum wire featured for maximum output and reliability
16.0 lb (7.3 kg) magnet assembly
Electro-Voice EVM12L Specs
Continuous: 200 W RMS: 300 W Peak: 1000 W
80 to 5,000 Hz
Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL)
100 dB (1 W / 39.4" (1.0 m))
Thiele-Small Driver Parameters: fs (free-air resonance frequency) 55 Hz Qes (electromagnetic Q at fs): 0.245 Qms (mechanical Q at fs): 4.37 Qts (total Q at fs): 0.232 Vas (volume of air having same acoustic compliance as driver suspension): 2.9 ft3 (82.9 liters ) n0 (half-space reference efficiency:) 4.3% Vd (peak displacement volume of diaphragm: 0.0059 ft3 (0.165 liters) Sd (effective diaphragm area ) : 78 in2 (0.050 m2) Xmax (peak linear displacement of diaphragm): 0.13" (3.3 mm)
This says it's the classic, yet the pictures shows the black label?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Electro-Voice EVM12L Classic 12 is the Classic 12. It is not the Zakk Wylde signature version. The Black Label simply is to convey that it is EVs high performance line. The only way you can tell the difference aside from the price, is the manufacturers part number. The Zakk Wylde version # F.01U.273.861 ends in the number 1 and the Classic 12 is # F.01U.273.862 ends in a 2.