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Powered PA Speaker Cabinet from dB Technologies belonging to the cromo series.

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Italian acoustic specialist dBTechnologies announced the launch of the CROMO Series, a range of powered loudspeakers bestowed with modern digital technology.

Following in the footsteps of the Opera D Series, the CROMO speaker line is designed to be used in various applications, from live events, as a public address system or for stage monitoring purposes to fixed installations in bars or lounges.

The CROMO Series is designed to set new standards in entry-level speaker lines, featuring the compact digipack digital power amplifiers, based on the digipro amp technology, and an integrated digital sound processor (DSP) ensuring sound calibration of individual speaker components.

Comprising of three modules, the CROMO range all features compact multifunctional housing, asymmetrical CD horns and a mic input on XLR and jack sockets for maximum flexibility.

The CROMO 8 is equipped with an 8” woofer and a 1” neodymium driver at 100W of power and is ideal for background music or speech whilst being easily adaptable to become a compact system with the addition of a subwoofer. CROMO 10 uses its 10” woofer and increased power of 180W covering a larger frequency range, offering itself as a compact PA system for vocal and accompanying instruments for small events. The CROMO 12 comprises the classic combination of 12” woofer and 1” compression driver with 300W total power output and draws on the entire frequency range and high SPL, and can be used as a powerful full-range system for all kinds of live or playback music.


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