Martin Audio WSX Wavefront

Martin Audio WSX Wavefront from£POA

The Martin Audio WSX is a folded horn subwoofer. It has been specifically designed to reproduce very deep bass frequencies with maximum efficiency, speed and impact.

The WSX is intended to be used with Martin Wavefront Series loudspeakers such as the Martin Audio W8, W8C and also the W8 line array enclosures in the most demanding touring situations where extreme levels of bass are required.

It is also ideal for reproducing the concentrated bass energy of contemporary dance music in club environments.

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

Features of the Martin Audio WSX

  • 7ft (2.1 metre) folded-horn subwoofer
  • Maximum efficiency deep bass reproduction
  • Mirror image stacking capability

Ideal applications for the WSX

WSX Technical Specifications

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

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