Martin Audio WS218X Wavefront

Martin Audio WS218X Dual-driver vented sub-bass system from£1999

The Martin Audio Wavefront WS218X is a high performance sub-bass system specially designed for use with large scale Wavefront and Blackline systems, in both touring and install applications.

The WS218X features twin, 1000 watt 18″ (460mm) drive units with magnet structure and suspension engineered for maximum linear excursion. It’s birch ply cabinet is fitted with six pocket handles and four 4″ (100mm) castors, specially designed for easy deployment. The WS218X features large area porting to reduce air noise.

Martin Audio WS218X subwoofers are designed to be powered by Martin Audio MA4.2s power amplifiers. We also fit Powersoft K10 Amplifiers with this speaker.

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions, or would like to buy either a Martin Audio W8C sub-bass system or any other product from the Wavefront Series.

Features of the Martin Audio WS218X

  • Dual, direct radiating long excursion 18″ (460mm) drivers
  • High temperature 4″ (100mm) voice coils
  • High power – 136dB continuous, 142dB peak
  • Fitted with handles and castors

Ideal applications for the WS218X

WS218XTechnical Specifications

Click on the icon to download the Martin Audio Wavefront WS218X product data sheet.

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