XDS Series Speakers

Item Code: XDS Series Speakers
Following the outstanding success of the Australian Monitor XRS range of injection moulded speakers,the new XDS Series of professional speakers delivers a premium range of wooden cabinet speakers to the Australian Monitor range.

Accessories

XDS8UB U bracket for XDS8
XDS10UB U bracket for XDS10
XDS12UB U bracket for XDS12
XDSWMB Wall mount bracket for XDS8/10/12
AMISLSB1 Wall mount bracket (pole mount)
ATC303 Tripod speaker stand
ATC304 Heavy duty tripod speaker stand
ATC305 Winch up speaker stand
RNRWHL Wheel kit for XDS115/212

 

XDS8

Features

  • 8" LF and 1.35" Compression driver
  • 100 x 100 degree dispersion
  • Power RMS 100 W
  • M10 fl y points and rear bracket mount
  • Optional wall or U bracket
  • 35 mm stand socket
  • Max SPL 112dB Frequency range (+/-3 dB):
    80Hz - 20KHz

XDS10

Features

  • 10" LF and 1.35" rotatable Compression driver
  • Asymmetric 50 to 100 x 50 (h x v) degree dispersion
  • Power RMS 250 W
  • Optional wall or U bracket
  • M10 fl y points and rear bracket mount
  • 35 mm stand socket
  • Max SPL 118dB Frequency range (+/-3 dB):
    55Hz - 20KHz

XDS12

Features

  • 12" LF and 1.7" rotatable Compression driver
  • 80 x 50 (h x v) degree dispersion
  • Power RMS 300 W
  • M10 fl y points and rear bracket mount
  • Optional wall or U bracket
  • 35 mm stand socket
  • Max SPL 121dB Frequency range (+/-3 dB):
    50Hz - 18KHz
    XDS8U

XDS115

Features

  • Single front loaded 15" sub
  • Floor mount
  • 35mm pole socket to support XDS 8/10/12
  • Power RMS 300 W
  • Max SPL 121dB Frequency range (+/-3 dB):
    35Hz - 500Hz

XDS212

Features

  • Dual 12" bandpass sub
  • Floor mount
  • 35mm pole socket to support XDS 8/10/12
  • Power RMS 600 W
  • Max SPL 127dB Frequency range (+/-3 dB):
    50Hz - 180Hz
Thank you for your assistance in the selection of sound field systems for St Therese School. I am very pleased with the quality of the systems. Students and staff now enjoy the benefits of having an integrated audio system in the classroom, link...

Jamie Blowes
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