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EN54-24 Certified VXC Series “F model” Ceiling Speakers Announced

Feb, 2016

February 1, 2016. Shizuoka, Japan – Yamaha has announced four new VXC Series “F model” low-profile ceiling speakers that meet European EN54-24 voice alarm system requirements.

Yamaha VXC series ceiling speakers are highly regarded worldwide, and have become a popular choice for commercial installations. The VXC lineup is now being expanded with VA versions that meet European EN54-24 voice alarm system requirements: the VXC3F, VXC3FW, VXC5F, and VXC5FW (VXC series F models). The careful tuning that contributes to natural reproduction of musical instruments and voices in the current VXC series F models is retained so that the new models deliver high-quality background music during normal use as well as outstanding clarity for emergency announcements. They are lightweight with a low-profile back box, and include the same installation safety and efficiency features as the current VXC series F models so that installation is safe, fast, and flexible.

* VA versions are not available in some regions.

Yamaha PA department manager Ken Hiraoka comments: “With outstanding installation flexibility plus the ability to deliver both background music and emergency announcements, these models will make significant contributions to reducing system complexity and cost for a wider range of applications. We sincerely hope that they will satisfy all customers who demand the highest sound quality in commercial installations.”

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