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[Musikmesse] Studiomaster Drive loudspeakers

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Studiomaster introduces at Musikmesse a new series of portable loudspeakers, called Drive and featuring two active and passive models.

The new Studiomaster Drive series replaces the VPX and VSX models with two 12” and 15” loudspeakers available in both passive and powered versions.

Specifications of the Drive 4A and Drive 6A:

  • 12” / 15” woofer
  • 1” / 1.5” compression driver
  • Crossover frequency: 2.0 kHz on both models
  • Class D 310W (250 W + 60 W) bi-amps on both models, 1,200W peak
  • Frequency responses: 50 Hz – 20 khz / 45 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Input sensitivity: –10 dBV (line) and –40 dBV (mic) on both models
  • Max SPL: 126 dB / 127 dB
  • Dispersion: 80° x 40°
  • Gain, level and 3-band EQ controls
  • XLR/Jack combo mic/line input
  • XLR Link output
  • 5 M10 rigging points
  • Dimensions: 390 × 630 × 360 mm / 450 × 710 × 370 mm
  • Weights: 19 kg / 22 kg
  • Specifications of the Drive 4 and Drive 6:
  • 12” / 15” woofer
  • 1” / 1” compression driver
  • Crossover frequency: 2.0 kHz on both models
  • Power handling: 250W continuous or 1,000W peak (Drive 4) / 300W continuous or 1,200W peak (Drive 6) 
  • Frequency responses: 50 Hz – 20 khz / 45 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Sensitivity (1m/1W): 96 dB / 97 dB
  • Max SPL: 126 dB / 127 dB
  • Dispersion: 80° x 40°
  • 8 Ohm impedance on both models
  • 5 M10 rigging points
  • Dimensions: 390 × 630 × 360 mm / 450 × 710 × 370 mm
  • Weights: 18 kg / 21 kg

Full details about these new Drive loudspeakers will be available soon at www.studiomaster.com.

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