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Martin Audio Showcases Next Generation Blackline Series

Originally launched in 1999, the updated series offers four two-way models and three subwoofers with a wide range of deployment options.

Martin Audio’s R&D team launched the original Blackline Series in 1999. The new suite of passive loudspeakers delivers the signature sound of warmth, nuance and clarity but with improved overall performance at a lower price point.

Comprising four two-way systems — from the compact X8 to the X15 — and three subwoofers, including an unobtrusive slimline model, the multi-purpose BlacklineX Series is supported by a wide range of deployment options to cover all applications, including pole-mount, wall brackets and rigging inserts.

Applications range from portable sound reinforcement and stage monitoring for live bands, DJ’s and corporate events, to installations in nightclubs, bars, commercial spaces and HoW.

BlacklineX is a clean, smart design with no-compromise between the needs of installation and portability. Each symmetrical, multi-angle full-range enclosure features a user-rotatable horn for horizontal or vertical orientation, and has a screwfree, cloth-backed steel grille.

Mounting options include wall bracket, eyebolt suspension and pole-mounting. Ergonomic handles at the rear of each full-range enclosure make for easy handling while maintaining clean lines.

Professional and affordable, BlacklineX puts Martin Audio signature sound within easy reach of musicians, DJ’s and systems integrators — the Blackline heritage re-imagined for the modern era.

All BlacklineX Series enclosures are constructed from durable plywood and finished with hard wearing black textured coating paint, with white and custom RAL color options available to order.

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