The MW Series or MicroWedge line coaxial, two-way stage monitor systems deliver high output for maximum gain before feedback. Created by concert touring veteran Dave Rat and EAW, these monitors are state of the art.
Tough, powerful and adaptable
Concert touring veteran Dave Rat of Rat Sound, and our engineers at EAW got together to design and build a monitor that would deliver powerful performance and rugged reliability. As Dave Rat says, “Stage monitors are the rental cars of pro audio.”
The MicroWedge line coaxial, two-way stage monitor systems deliver high output for maximum gain before feedback. The Series includes versions with 15-in, 12-in, 10-in and 8-in low frequency drivers as well as a matching Microsub subwoofer for drum fill.
The MW series is suitable for both touring and installed sound. It is perfectly suited to mobile production applications like concert touring or large corporate AV events as well as permanent installation applications that include a live music component, such as houses of worship that feature high-energy worship leaders, performing arts centers or live music clubs.
Features (Monitor) Features (Subwoofer for drum fill)
Highly coherent coaxial design Designed with the drummer in mind
Enhanced fidelity and power handling
Addresses the unique environment of onstage low frequency demands
Upgraded transducers and crossover design Angle in conjunction with time delay offers numerous focusing options
Convenient input connector location Enclosure is a high-quality, high-volume, ultra-versatile stage and small venue subwoofer
Sturdy balance for console bridge monitor use Flexibility to be configured in a huge range of different combinations
EAW Core Technologies are the foundation of our products and design.
Core technologies featured in the MW Series include:
SYMMETRY OF SOURCES
Symmetrical arrangement of acoustic sources along a common axis for utmost consistency throughout the coverage pattern.
Use of advanced digital signal processing to perfect impulse response of a loudspeaker in the time domain. Eliminating horn “honk” and splashiness, the loudspeaker sounds more like a studio monitor than a “PA” speaker.