Martin Audio F8+

Martin Audio F8+ Blackline from £ 489

The Martin Audio F8+ is a two-way passive system, completely versatile & designed for applications where high output is required from an ultra-compact enclosure.

The F8+ features a long-excursion, 8” (200mm) low frequency driver and a 1” (25mm) HF compression driver mounted on a constant directivity 90° x 50° horn. This horn is user rotatable to allow the Martin Audio’s F8+ multi-angle enclosure to be used in either its vertical or horizontal orientation, depending on the application.

Use of a controller with the F8+ is optional. For demanding applications, an M3+ or DX1.5 controller configured to perform EQ and limiter functions is recommended.

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions, or would like to buy either a Martin Audio F8+ passive speaker system or any other product from the Blackline Range.

Features of the Martin Audio F8+

  • Ultra-compact two-way system
  • User rotatable 90° x 50° horn
  • Flexible mounting options
  • Five year limited warranty

Ideal Applications for the F8+

Martin Audio F8+ Technical Specifications

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