Martin Audio AQ210

Martin Audio AQ210 from£POA

The Martin Audio AQ210 is a dual driver, direct radiating sub-bass loudspeaker, which has been set in an enclosure that is ultra-compact, heavily braced and vented.

Martin Audio AQ210The AQ210 features two very efficient 10″ (250mm) long-throw bass drivers, which have high power 3″ (75mm) voice coils and generously sized, low frequency ports ideal for low noise and high power operation.

The Martin Audio AQ210’s ultra-compact size makes it an ideal partner for the full range of AQ Series loudspeakers, where installation space is limited but extra bass punch is needed.

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions, or would like to buy either a Martin Audio AQ210 speaker system or any other product from the AQ Series.

Features of the Martin Audio AQ210 :

  • Very high efficiency 104dB/W/m half space
  • Dual 10″ (250mm) direct radiating LF
    drivers with 3″ (75mm) voice coils
  • Ultra-compact, low profile styling
  • Five year limited warranty

Ideal applications for the AQ210 :

AQ210 Technical Specifications

Click on the icon to download the Martin Audio AQ210 product data sheet.

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