High performance 2-way coaxial loudspeaker
- Components 12"/1.3"
- Dispersion 80° x 50° rotatable
- SPLmax 134 dB
- Weight 16 kg / 35 lb
The E12 and E12-D are high performance 2-way multipurpose loudspeakers, employing an integrated coaxial driver. The E12 and E12-D can be used for speech and music applications as stand-alone full range systems or incorporated into larger distributed sound reinforcement situations and, with the addition of an E15X or B4 subwoofer, can also easily reproduce high level music program. The multifaceted shape of the enclosure allows use either in an upright or horizontal orientation as well as deployment as a stage monitor. The E12 has an 80° x 50° dispersion pattern (h x v), while the E12-D has a wider 110° x 50° pattern. The horns in both loudspeakers are easily rotatable through 90° providing 50° x 80° or 50° x 110° dispersion patterns. The E12 and E12-D cabinet is constructed from polyurethane integral hard foam with an impact resistant paint finish incorporating handles and a hidden socket to accept loudspeaker stands. The loudspeaker cabinet is also available in Special Color (SC) and Weather Resistant (WR) options.The Weather Resistant option provides an IP54 rating, and enables operation of loudspeakers in changing ambient conditions. Both options are supplied with metal plates in the specified colour covering the handle recesses and loudspeaker stand socket.
The d&b D20 and 30D amplifiers are recommended to drive the E12. The d&b D80, 10D and D6 can also be used. When the E12-X or E12-DX configuration is selected an E12 or E12-D can be driven passively in parallel with an E15X-SUB from the same amplifier channel.
Architectural specifications for detailed project planning
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1.3" exit compression driver with 3" coil and rotatable CD horn
passive crossover network
optional 2 x EP5 or 2 x NL4
22.8 x 13.8 x 13.2"
1 1 m, free field, SPL max peak test signal: pink noise with crest factor 4