Martin Audio WT15 Wavefront

Martin Audio WT15 Ultra-compact theatre enclosure from£POA

Martin Audio Wavefront WT15

The Martin Audio WT15 is a trapezoid full-range ultra-compact speaker, that is capable of producing SPL’s associated with much larger enclosures. The WT15 is designed specifically for theatre applications where minimum size is a priority.

Only 11″ high, the WT15 Wavefront produces extended bandwidth and has high output capability from twin 5″ (125mm) drivers assembled in an innovative two-way configuration utilising ICT™ technology.

To maximise output, the 5″ (125mm) loudspeaker is augmented by a second 5″ (125mm) driver operating in tandem over the bass and mid-range region. HF dispersion is identical in both horizontal and vertical planes.

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions, or would like to buy either a Martin Audio WT15 compact speaker system or any other product from the Wavefront Series.

Features of the Martin Audio WT15

  • Ultra-compact trapezoid enclosure
  • ICT™ technology
  • Vertical or horizontal orientation
  • High SPL capability

Ideal applications for the WT15

WT15 Technical Specifications

Click on the icon to download the Martin Audio WT15 product data sheet.

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