VUE Expands Market-Disruptive e-Class Architectural Series with key Additions at NAMM & ISE

Bringing much-needed audiophile quality and a touch of class to installed sound

January 21st, 2019 — Escondido, Ca.

True to its reputation for resetting the performance benchmark in each category it competes, VUE will showcase the integrator-optimized audiophile-quality e-Class at NAMM 2019. The benchmark-setting e-Class range will be presented in an immersive 5.1 environment in the VUE booth (ACC North #18105), including the e-352 and e-351 Nano speakers and the new-for-NAMM es-269 subwoofer, with patent-pending ACM technology, and the VUEDrive V242 Systems Engine. The full e-Class range will also be exhibited at ISE 2019 – RAI Amsterdam, February 5-8 2019 on the VUE Booth 14-A190, Hall 14.

While 4k has driven stunning improvements in video quality, the installed sound category has sacrificed sonic performance for functionality for decades. The e-Class moves beyond outdated assumptions about size, aesthetics, and performance to deliver audiophile-quality sound at professional sound pressure levels from architect-pleasing-compact enclosures. It is truly the uber-performing architectural loudspeaker.

The new VUEDrive V242 Systems Engine adds Dante networking and sophisticated DSP along with two inputs and four 500-watt, high-efficiency amplifier outputs/zones. On-board, factory-configured DSP presets are provided specifically for all models and application alignments of e-Class systems. The V242 features full network remote control via SystemVUE software on iOS, Mac OS, and Windows along with Analog, AES digital and Dante network audio inputs.

The new es-269 subwoofer combines two, precision-engineered 6×9 transducers, sophisticated VUEDrive electronics, and VUE’s Active Compliance Management (ACM) technology. Originally developed for VUE’s flagship hs-Class touring subwoofers, ACM allows for extended response with higher output than any traditional vented design topology by combining both band-pass and vented alignments into a single enclosure. The use of ACM technology allows the es-269 to deliver reference-quality flat low-end response down to 40 Hz, as much or more output as much larger dual-8 or 10-inch systems. The es-269 packs all this performance into a svelte 9” x 23” x 17.75” birch cabinet with integrated M10 attachment points and

Stop by the VUE NAMM booth #18105 to see the newly expanded e-Class Uber Performance Architectural Elements. Learn more about the e-class family at