Martin Audio W3 Wavefront

Martin Audio W3 Wavefront system from£POA

The Martin Audio Wavefront W3 is a unique and really versatile, innovative full-range system which utilises some of the most advanced Martin Audio engineering, to achieve true three-way full frequency performance from an enclosure only 28″ high.

The Wavefront W3 delivers the clarity required for speech and music applications as well as the power, warmth and depth to generate an exciting live sound or playback experience in nightclubs.

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions, or would like to buy either a Martin Audio W3 Wavefront or any other product from the Wavefront Series.

Features of the Martin Audio W3

  • Arrayable compact trapezoid enclosure
  • Bi-amplified three-way system
  • Very high SPL output capability
  • 65º coverage angle from compound mid/high horn
  • Multi-laminate birch plywood construction
  • Certified MAN quick-connect flying option

Ideal applications for the W3

W3 Technical Specifications

Click on the icon to download the Martin Audio Wavefront W3 product data sheet.

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