The NEWWG2500Ti is a unique combo featuring a Titanium Pro Audio compression driver with a 2” exit waveguide that features a special 2.5” size voice coil allowing accurate reproduction through 17 kHz. It delivers 100 Watts RMS and 200 Watts Program Power and the small diameter of the driver allows front mounting, making it easy to install, without detaching the driver from the horn.
The PRV Audio 10MR1000X is the evolution of our line, after intense 2 years of development we have created the mid range loudspeaker that offers outstanding durability, high power handling at sensitivity rating of 100 dB 1W/1M which makes it capable of generating a lot of output!
Uniting the love we put into crafting the best loudspeakers to the love our customers have for the perfect sound, we have been able to grow and expand. Now serving you nationwide, with the service and original parts you can trust!
The PRVD260My-B is a 1″ Exit Bolt-on professional driver that features an exceptionally advanced phase plug design making this driver extremely efficient, ideal for your high frequency driver upgrade, also a great option for professional audio enclosures and stage monitor application.
The 6MR200A Mid Range Speaker is the evolution of the 6MR250A, this unit was designed with the goal of producing the highest possible output from a compact design without sacrificing performance, with only 2.24″ mounting depth.
The new and enhanced 6MR300SEAL v2 is a 6” Sealed Basket Midrange Loudspeaker with improved sensitivity that offers very smooth Midrange response to an upper Midrange of 7 kHz. The design results in outstanding durability and a smooth punch of Midbass and Midrange for small Hi-Fi enclosures in home or pro audio.
Thank you to everyone who showed up at our booth for The NAMM Show 2018 in Anaheim, CA and for those who have supported this event! We are very happy with how everything turned out. Check out our video of the best moments. Enjoy!
After extensive research, PRV Audio Brazil, as well as some other major loudspeaker manufacturers, is adopting a new equation to determine the XMAX specification of loudspeakers.
In 1981, Mark Gander proposed the equation below in his study about loudspeaker moving coils topology and linear excursion, which PRV has been using it until now.
Since then, a lot of improvements were made on the magnet motors and suspension design, reducing the distortion on large displacements, allowing us today to use a less conservative equation but with the same acoustic results.