Using two 2-inch neodymium magnetic high-frequency units, it has extremely high conversion efficiency, transient and analytical capabilities, combined with patented waveguide technology to achieve precise directional control. Six 5.5-inch mid to low frequency units with nano coating technology added on the surface, effectively enhancing the strength of the diaphragm and reducing distortion. The appearance is symmetrical and elegant, the sound pressure level is higher, and the tone is soft, round, and clear. Applying a patent for symmetric coplanar coupling technology, the medium and high frequencies are coupled into a composite point sound source, optimizing the system's sound image positioning. The application of common sound plane technology optimizes the phase response of the system, providing a flexible installation method that can be lifted and supported. Whether it is engineering lifting or conference floor placement, it fully demonstrates humanization.

6 x 5.5 ", Variable Horn Sound Column Speaker

Key Features

• Small size, loud pressure, suitable for various application scenarios

• New diaphragm strengthening technology effectively reduces distortion rate

• Symmetric phase plate, matched with planar waveguide angle, optimized coupling characteristics, and improved system efficiency

• The horizontal coverage angle is 90 °, and the vertical coverage angle is adjustable from 12° to 32°

• A simple and convenient lifting system

• Built in frequency division design, simplifying system applications

Frequency Range (-10 dB) :

  45 Hz - 20 kHz

Frequency Response (±3 dB) :

  55 Hz - 19 kHz

Sensitivity (1w @ 1m)1 :

  100 dB

Nominal Impedance :

  6 Ohms 

Peak Maximum SPL2 :

  134 dB

Power Rating :

  600W/1200W/2400W(Continuous2 /Program/Peak)

Coverage3 :

  90 º x 12 º-32 º Adjustable

Dimension (H x W x D) :

  1210 x 180 x 250 mm

Net Weight :

  24 kg

LF Driver :

  6 x 6.5"

HF Driver :

  2 x 2",PWH Horn

Input Connectors :

  2 x Neutrik Speakon NL4MP

1.Measurement under full space (4 π) conditions.
2. IEC standard, conducting a 2-hour test using pink noise with a peak factor of 6 dB within the effective frequency range.
3. 500 Hz to 4 kHz.