Vi7P loudspeaker

Vi7P loudspeaker front
Vi7P loudspeaker front 2
Vi7P loudspeaker with accessory
Vi7P loudspeaker with accessory 2
Vi7P loudspeaker front
Vi7P loudspeaker front 2
Vi7P loudspeaker with accessory
Vi7P loudspeaker with accessory 2

Vi7P loudspeaker

Point sources

Installation specific high performance 3-way point source loudspeaker

  • Components 2 x 10"/8"/1.4"
  • Dispersion 75° x 40°
  • max SPL 140 dB
  • Weight 33 kg / 75 lb

Product description

The installation specific 3-way passive Vi7P loudspeaker features two 10“ drivers in a dipole arrangement with a horn loaded 8“ MF driver and a 1.4“ compression driver mounted onto a rotatable CD horn. The innovative horn design for the centrally mounted 8“ MF driver produces a remarkable sensitivity resulting in an exceptional performance in the vocal range. An advanced bass-reflex and venting design delivers an extended LF output with full bandwidth capabilities. All components are arranged symmetrically around the centre axis of the cabinet to produce a perfect symmetrical dispersion pattern. Due to the dipolar arrangement of the LF drivers, broadband dispersion control is maintained down to approximately 350 Hz in the same plane as the dipole. This point source, high performance loudspeaker offers 75° horizontal directivity matched with a vertical dispersion of 40°; the horn can be rotated by 90° to enable horizontal orientation. The Vi7P provides a broad variety of deployment possibilities, especially when used as a stand-alone full range system, or combined with other elements from the V-Series, either ground stacked or flown. The loudspeaker cabinet is constructed from marine plywood, and has an impact resistant paint finish. The front of the loudspeaker cabinet is protected by a rigid metal grill. M10 threaded inserts are provided for attaching d&b rigging hardware.

Amplifiers

The d&b D80 and 30D amplifiers are recommended to drive the Vi7P. The d&b D20 can also be used.

D80

30D

Architectural specifications for detailed project planning

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System data
Frequency response (-5 dB standard)
59 Hz - 18 kHz
Frequency response (-5 dB CUT mode)
100 Hz - 18 kHz
Max. sound pressure (1m, free field)1
with D20/30D
with D80

137 dB
140 dB
Cabinets per amplifier channel
2
Loudspeaker data
Configuration
Installation specific high performance 3-way point source loudspeaker
Nominal impedance
8 Ω
Power handling capacity (RMS/peak 10 ms)
500/2000 W
Nominal dispersion angle (h x v)
75° x 40°
Components
2 x 10" LF driver with neodymium magnet
1 x 8" MF driver with neodymium magnet
1 x 1.4” exit compression driver
Passive crossover network
Connections
2 x NL4
screw terminal block
Dimensions / weight
Dimensions (H x W x D)
700 x 308 x 466 mm
27.5 x 12 x 18.3"
Weight
33 kg
75 lb

1 SPL max peak test signal: pink noise with crest factor 4

Application information is presented for guidance only. d&b reserves the right to make any necessary changes to the products and the published specifications. As part of the ongoing development program d&b tries to maintain the highest degree of product compatibility.

 
Release
Category
File type
Size
Language
 
The V-Series brochure
12.06.2018
Brochures
PDF
9 MB
English
3D CAD drawings - Vi7P / Vi10P
11.05.2018
CAD Data 2D/3D
ZIP
187 KB
2D CAD drawings - Vi7P/Vi10P
09.05.2018
CAD Data 2D/3D
ZIP
511 KB
EU Declaration of Conformity (CE)
06.03.2018
Other documentation
PDF
53 KB
English
Vi7P/Vi10P Manual 1.3
29.03.2017
Manuals
PDF
1 MB
English
Vi7P Datasheet 1.2
02.03.2016
Data sheets
PDF
295 KB
English
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