The CS7p is the world’s first network redundant, Milan-ready loudspeaker. It features a dipole two-way, full-range design, intended for use in a wide variety of applications. In addition to meeting the requirements of the Milan protocol, the CS7p employs a redundant AVB topology with the ability to daisy-chain networked audio between multiple sources, an analog XLR input and output, as well as on-board DSP and amplification. All features of the loudspeaker are controlled and monitored using AES70. The CS7p is suitable for use as a standalone system, but with it’s advanced networking capabilities, is also ideal for larger distributed systems often deployed in corporate environments.

Acoustically, the CS7p contains 2x 7-inch Kevlar Neodymium transducers and a 3” compression driver, loaded with a 70 x 40 (H x V) waveguide, rotatable by 90 degrees. The cabinet construction uses marine grade birch plywood as well as aircraft grade steel and aluminum, and is equipped with a male and female XLR connector, 2x etherCON connections and an in and through powerCON TRUE1 connection. The rigging system offers a wide variety of possible solutions to meet any deployment needs.

Frequency Range (+/-3 dB) 80 Hz - 18 kHz
Nominal Directivity (-6 dB) H x V 70° x 40°
Components LF 2x ND7-LM16 7” Kevlar Neodymium Driver
Components HF Adamson NH3 3” Diaphragm / 1.4” Exit Compression Driver

Integrated Rigging System

Connection Power: powerCON TRUE1 Network: 2x etherCON Analog: 2x XLR
Height Front (mm / in) 527 / 20.75
Width (mm / in) 249 / 9.8
Depth (mm / in) 355.6 / 14
Weight (kg / lbs) 18 / 40
Supported Processing Onboard / Proprietary
Amplifier Channels

2 Channels, Class-D

Channel 1: 2000 W (LF)

Channel 2: 400 W (HF)

Max. Channel Output Power (All Channels Driven) 2400 W
Operating Voltage 100-240V


CS7p Spec Sheet One page spec sheet for the CS7p