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The Pioneer Pro Audio department introduces four new models of passive loudspeakers in the XY series, including two subwoofers.

The Pioneer XY Series offers compact loudspeakers for clubs and bars. It debuted with the XY-122 and XY-81 full range models and the XY-118S and XY-215S subwoofers. These are now completed with the XY-101 and XY-152 two way loudspeakers and the XY-115S and XY-218S subwoofers, all of which are available in black or white finishes.

In detail:

  • XY-101: 10” neodymium cone woofer and 1” neodymium compression driver, 400W RMS / 800W Program handled power, 120dB SPL continuous / 126dB peak SPL, frequency response from 70Hz to 20kHz, 94dB sensitivity, 8 Ohm impedance
  • XY-152: 15” neodymium cone woofer and 1.4” neodymium compression driver, 650W RMS / 1300W Program handled power, 126dB SPL continuous / 132dB peak SPL, frequency response from 50Hz to 20kHz, 98dB sensitivity, 8 Ohm impedance
  • XY-115S: 15” neodymium cone woofer in a bass-reflex port, 700W RMS / 1400W Program handled power, 124dB SPL continuous / 130dB peak SPL, frequency response from 45Hz to 150Hz, 96dB sensitivity, 8 Ohm impedance
  • XY-218S: 2×18” neodymium cone woofers in a bass-reflex port, 1600W RMS / 3200W Program handled power, 134dB SPL continuous / 140dB peak SPL, frequency response from 32Hz to 150Hz, 102dB sensitivity, 4 Ohm impedance

No information regarding the pricing of theses new XY loudspeakers, the black versions will be available later this month and the white ones in October.

 

 

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