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Spectr Audio Debuts S Series Compact Active & Passive Loudspeakers

Spectr Audio has introduced the S Series, a new line of compact 2-way loudspeakers for main and monitor applications that are available in non-powered and powered (800-watt amplifier) versions.

The new series will be on display at the NAMM 2012 Show in Anaheim at booth 2375.

All drivers are neodymium; available woofer sizes include 10-inch, 12-inch and 15-inch, accompanied by a 1.7-inch compression driver on a 90-degree by 60-degree rotatable horn.

Maximum long-term SPL is specified as 128.6 dB (LF) and 129.6 dB (HF). The Baltic birch cabinets are outfitted with six mounting points, while an ergonomic back handle enhances portability.

Prelim specifications:

Frequency Response: 53 Hz-20 KHz
Max SPL 1m: LF131.6 dB/HF132 dB
Max long term SPL: LF128.6 dB/HF129.6 dB
Sensitivity: LF99.9 dB/ HF108
Nominal Power: LF – 400 watts; HF- 60 watts
Continuous Power: LF – 800 watts; HF120 watts
Crossover Frequency: 1.8 kHz
Nominal Impedance: 4 ohms
Connectors: Dual Neutric NL4
Finish: Proprietary GigArmor
Hardware: 6 mounting points/U-braket/cluster hardware
Handles: 2
Cabinet: 15mm calibrated baltic birch

Spectr Audio

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