[NAMM] Yamaha DXR & DXS Series
NAMM 2012 sees the company launching the DXR series and DXS series subwoofers.
Each enclosure houses a 1100W Class D amplifier, delivering an SPL of up to 133dB. Minimal distortion transducers have been customised to match the amplifier's properties, producing "deep bass, clear mid-range and accurate high frequencies," Yamaha says A new universal switched mode power supply ensures the DXR series is suitable for worldwide use.
The DXR series is equipped with rigging points compatible with standard eyebolts, while optional U-brackets are also available for horizontal and vertical mounting. The series also features a dual-angle pole mount socket, three-channel onboard mixer, flexible IN/OUT connectivity and linking capability.
The new DXR and DXS Series are on show at Yamaha's NAMM 2012 stand 6528 in Hall A of the Anaheim Convention Center, California from 19th-21st January and will be available from this month.
Check out Yamaha for more details.
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