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ISE 2013: Tannoy to launch EN 54-compliant commercial install products

Adam Savage
ISE 2013: Tannoy to launch EN 54-compliant commercial install products

Responding to an increase in demand, Tannoy is introducing a number of EN 54-compliant variants of its existing commercial install products at ISE.

EN 54 is the European Standard for voice alarm and fire alarm system applications, and next week's Amsterdam event will see new versions of Tannoy’s CVS and DVS Series models being made available, which are fully tested for compliance with EN 54 standards, for specification in the growing number of projects that now require it.

The new EN 54 versions of the in-ceiling CVS 4 Micro, CVS 4, CVS 6, wall mounted DVS 4t and DVS 6t take advantage of the latest technologies available to comply with the new legislation, and also offer high levels of build quality and sonic performance.

While both ranges utilise the same co-axial drive technology, the compact blind-mount CVS Series devices are ideal for ceiling-mount applications where sound quality, reliability, ease of install and cost are all considerations, while the DVS models provide that same sonic performance and value, but in a surface-mount format.

“CVS and DVS are now well established as great sounding, highly reliable products suitable for a wide range of applications,” said Mark Copeland, product manager for Tannoy. “We’re delighted to add EN 54 compliance to the list of safety ratings already available, which in turn, demonstrates our strong commitment to match our product features and benefits with the specific needs of our European customer base.”

ISE attendees can find out more about the new range by visiting Tannoy's booth (5-R92) at the show, which gets underway on January 29th 2013.

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Tags: Installation, tannoy, ise, dvs, commercial audio, ISE 2013, CVS, commercial installation, EN 54, European Standard

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