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Yamaha has expanded the multi-award winning VXC and VXS range.

Yamaha has presented the new the VXC2F 2.5” full-range, low profile ceiling speaker and VXC8S 8” bandpass ceiling subwoofer in ISE 2019. These ceiling loudspeakers, which are scheduled to ship later in 2019, will join the renowned VXC and VXS Yamaha family.



Featuring a newly-developed 2.5” driver, the VXC2F is the shallowest model in the VXC series, with a depth of just 76mm. Weighing just 1.9kg and with a diameter of 225mm, its shallow depth belies its exceptional performance, with a conical coverage angle of 160º, sensitivity of 86dB SPL, a frequency response (-10dB) of 67Hz - 20kHz and power rating (PGM) of 30w.

With switchable Lo-Z (8Ω)/Hi-Z inputs, the VXC2F is ideal for background music playback, thanks to its wide dispersion combined with superior power and frequency response. The shallow depth and light weight makes it very installation-friendly, along with a magnet catch grille, carrying handle and black or white (paintable) colour options. Mounting options include the PK-C4 pendant mount kit, available in black or white (paintable) finish.



Developed from Yamaha’s successful VXC8 full-range ceiling speaker, the VXC8S is the first ceiling subwoofer in the VXC range. Designed for background music playback, its band-pass type structure, with a frequency response of 44Hz - 280Hz, sensitivity of 88db SPL and power Lo-Z: PGM 200W, Hi-Z: 3.8W to 60W in 4/5 steps make it the ideal solution for situations like retail stores and larger restaurants where additional low frequencies are needed.

Measuring 325mm wide by 315mm deep, ease of installation is optimised with features including anti-drop tab, carrying band, magnet catch grille and black or white (paintable) colour options.

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