Installation specific 2-way point source loudspeaker
- Components 2 x 6.5"/1.4"
- Dispersion 90° x 35°
- SPLmax 130 dB
- Weight 10.5 kg / 23 lb
Article number Z0552
The Ti10P loudspeaker is the installation version of the T10 for deployment as a point source loudspeaker. Road and installation versions differ only in the mounting hardware. The Ti10P cabinet is a passive 2-way design that houses 2 x 6.5" drivers, a 1.4" exit HF compression driver and can be used either in horizontal or vertical orientation. The very compact loudspeaker design is a unique combination of a rotatable waveguide with horn and an acoustic lens. The horn can easily be rotated from outside the loudspeaker without tools or removing the front grill. This is achieved through apertures at the cabinet sides that allow rotation to both vertical or horizontal set up. It provides a vertical line source with a 90° horizontal dispersion that is maintained down to approximately 600 Hz, whilst the integrated lens in the front grill widens the HF dispersion in horizontal setup to 105°. When the loudspeaker is used upright, the lens curves the wave front of the line source providing a 90° x 35° dispersion pattern. The two 6.5" neodymium LF drivers are positioned in a dipolar arrangement providing an exceptional dispersion control even at lower frequencies. The Ti10P cabinet is constructed from polyurethane integral hard foam with an impact resistant finish and has integrated threads for attaching installation hardware. The front of the loudspeaker cabinet is protected by a rigid metal grill backed by an acoustically transparent foam. Mounted on the rear panel are two NL4 connectors wired in parallel. Special Color (SC) or Weather Resistant (WR) versions are available. The Weather Resistant option provides an IP55 rating, and enables operation of loudspeakers in changing ambient conditions.
The following amplifiers can be used to drive the Ti10P.
1.4" exit compression driver on rotatable waveguide
passive crossover network
18.5 x 7.7 x 11.8"
1 1 m, free field, SPL max peak, test signal: pink noise with crest factor 4, one speaker driven. For possible performance deviations when using multiple loudspeakers, check 5D Powershare Calculator tool.