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This listing is for a Package of (6) Electro-Voice XLC-127+ Compact Line-Array Speakers. They have heavy wear, but they are in good working condition.
The XLC 127+ uses two ND6-16, 3 in., high-output, neodymium compression drivers, replacing the standard DH2T-16 drivers. The XLC 127+ is recommended when performance requirements demand higher output. The ND6-16 is also used in EV's X-Array and X-Line systems creating a family of identically voiced loudspeakers for any mobile or permanent sound application. XLC can deliver unprecedented performance, particularly in difficult acoustical environments. LAPS modeling software provides quick results for array configurations and rigging information.
(6) XLC-127+ Compact Line-Array Speaker
(6) Speakon Cable
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