Yamaha, Speaker, Powered PA DXR10 -Single

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63523
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Description:

Portable, yet capable of producing an astonishing 131 dB SPL, the DXR10’s compact, functional design makes it ideal for a wide range of applications. Whether comprising a compact SR system or providing simple vocal / instrument amplification, the onboard mixer eliminates the need for an external mixer - without compromising sound quality and power.

Specification:

Speaker type 10" 2-way, Bi-amp powered speaker, Bass-reflex type
Frequency range (-10dB) 56Hz - 20kHz
Nominal coverage H 90°
V 60°
Components LF Diameter:10" cone, Voice Coil:2", Magnet:Ferrite
HF Diaphragm:1.4", Type: 1" throat compression driver, Magnet:Ferrite
Crossover FIR-X tuning™ (linear phase FIR filter)
Output power Dynamic:1100W (LF: 950W HF: 150W) / Continuous: 700W (LF: 600W HF: 100W)
Maximum output level (1m; on axis) 131dB SPL
I/O connectors INPUT: XLR-3-31 x1 , INPUT2: Phone x2, INPUT3: RCA PIN x 2, THRU: XLR3-32 x 1 (Parallel with INPUT 1 ), LINK OUT: XLR x 1
Processors D-CONTOUR: FOH/MAIN, MONITOR, OFF
Power requirements 100V - 240V, 50Hz/60Hz
Power consumption 90W
Flying and mounting hardware Top x2, Rear x1 (Fits for M8 x 15mm eyebolts)
Pole socket 35mm with 2-way features (0 or 7 degrees)
Dimensions W 305mm (12")
H 502mm (19 6/8")
D 310mm (12 2/8")
Net weight 14.6kg (32.2lbs)
Accessories UB-DXR10
Others Material: ABS (Matte Finish, Black)

Yamaha, Speaker, Powered PA DXR10 -Single
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