Martin Audio S218+

Martin Audio S218+ Blackline from£1639

The Martin Audio Blackline S218+ is a powerful sub-bass system and has been designed to be used with large scale Martin Audio F12+ and F15+ speaker systems to extend and increase the total low frequency output power.

It can also be used as the low frequency section of a bi-amped or tri-amped Martin Audio H3+ system. The S218+ provides good bass punch with extended sub-bass output from two new, long-excursion, 18” (460mm)/4” (100mm) voice coil drivers with water resistant cones and triple roll surrounds.

The Martin Audio S218+ must be electronically crossed over with the M3+, DX1 or equivalent Electronic Controller.

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions, or would like to buy either a Martin Audio S218+ high power speaker system or any other product from the Blackline range.

Features of the Martin Audio S218+

  • Direct radiating 18” (460mm) drivers
  • High temperature 4” (100mm) voice coil
  • Fitted with handles and castors
  • Five year limited warranty

Ideal applications for the S218+

S218+ Technical Specifications

Click on the icon to download the Martin Audio S218+ product data sheet.

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