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PA Floor/Stage Monitor from dB Technologies belonging to the Flexsys series

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Loudspeaker manufacturer dBTechnologies is set to launch a number of new products at this year's Pro Light & Sound/MusikMesse exhibition, including three new Flexsys stage monitors: FM8, FM10 and FM12 as well as two new digital subwoofers SUB 12D and SUB 05D.

 

Comprising three models, the new Flexsys range offers active coaxial speakers housed in an enclosure, which can be tilted at two different angles.

 

The FM8 is designed for small stages, and equipped with an 8” woofer. The FM8's horn is designed to deliver a tighter coverage pattern.  FM10 uses its 10” woofer and 200W of power to render vocals and can also serve as a full-range system. The FM12 features a 12” woofer and a 300W total power output.

 

The two latest additions to the active subwoofer range include an active crossover allowing the user to operate in mono or stereo mode, with digital digipro power amp, and dBTechnologies developed H.E.A.T (Hybrid Enclosure Advanced Technology) housings.

 

Equipped with a 400W/RMS digital power amp and a 12” woofer, the SUB 12D is designed to complement 8" or 10" speaker systems for small satellite systems. Featuring an integrated digital crossover (DSP) with adjustable frequency, the unit weighs in at 19kg.

 

To extend 10" and 12” loudspeakers’ range, the SUB 05D is designed for live applications. The cabinet also comes with a built-in digital stereo crossover (DSP) and is housed in the H.E.A.T enclosure.

 

Pricing & Availability

The new FM Series boxes start at 339EUR and the new subwoofers from 499EUR. All new professional audio ranges are expected to ship in May/June of this year.

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