With twin high-efficiency 12″ (300mm)/3″ (75mm) voice coil long-throw bass drivers and optimally-sized reflex ports to minimise air noise, the Martin Audio CSX212-WR is the perfect sub-bass where low frequency extension and impact is required from a very compact, unobtrusive, low-profile enclosure.
This sub woofer is suitable for outdoor applications where it will be subject to changing environmental conditions but sheltered from direct exposure to the elements.
The CSX212-WR is designed to be used with CDD Series full-range systems from the CDD5-WR to the CDD12-WR and extends the low frequency operating range of the combined system down to 40Hz. The enclosure is constructed from plywood with polyurea coating, while the drivers are protected by a water and particle resistant zinc plated mild steel grille with powder coated finish, which is pre-curved to withstand physical damage.
The Martin Audio CSX212-WR can be finished in black (RAL9005) or white (RAL9016) as standard, CSX212-WR is supplied with flying points with fixings made from stainless steel. Operating temperature is from -20°C to +70°C and they are environmentally tested to meet IP24.
When used with CDD full-range systems, crossover and EQ functions can either be performed by the DX0.5, DX1.5 and DX2 system controllers, or by an MA Series amplifier with onboard DSP option.
Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions or would like to buy a Martin Audio CSX212-WR or any other product from the CDD-WR Series.
Features of the Martin Audio CSX212-WR :
- Compact, direct-radiator subwoofer
- 1 x 18” (460mm) driver with 4” (100mm) voice coil
- Water resistant cone
- Large ports for reduced air noise
- Zinc plated mild steel grille with powder coated finish
- Plywood cabinets with polyurea coating
- Operating temperature -20°C to +70°C
- Environmentally tested to meet IP24
- Flying points with fixings made from stainless steel
- Black or white standard colour options
Ideal Installations :
- Outdoor bars and restaurants, hotel areas
- Nearfield systems in outdoor stadia, transport hubs, concourses and theme parks
- Swimming areas, including privately owned pools