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[NAMM] Studiomaster XPX Launched

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Studiomaster launches a new PA series in both active and passive variants.

Launched internationally at this year’s NAMM Show, the Studiomaster XPX series comprises two 2-way injection-moulded trapeziodal cabinets. These respectively feature 12 inch and 15 inch lightweight neodymium drivers with 3 inch voice coils, and a 1.7 inch compression driver with 1 inch throat in the XPX12 and 3 inch compression driver with 1.5 inch throat in the XPX15. Class D bi-amplification with switch-mode power supplies is designed to deliver 500 watts RMS LF and 100 watts RMS HF power in both the XPX12A and XPX15A. The larger XPX15A weighs 20 kgs or 45 lbs. Both cabinets feature pole mounting fixings and M10 hanging points, and dual Speakon connectors.

 

The series line-up is completed with the XPX15SA and XPX18SA, active subs, featuring 15 inch and 18 inch neodymium drivers respectively; and 1600 watt class D switch-mode power.

 

Visit www.studiomaster.com for more details.

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