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COAXIAL LOUDSPEAKERS
Model Size   Max Power Sensitivity Freq. Range Min. Cross. Freq. V.C. Diam. FS Disp. Angle
8HX150 Version
8HX150 8" LF
HF
500 W
30 W
94 dB
75÷4000 Hz
1500÷18000 Hz
1.7 kHz 65 mm
25 mm
76 Hz 90°
8HX200 Version
8HX200 8" LF
HF
500 W
60 W
95 dB
75÷4000 Hz
1500÷20000 Hz
1.7 kHz 65 mm
37 mm
76 Hz 90°
8HX230 Version
8HX230 8" LF
HF
500 W
60 W
94 dB
70÷4000 Hz
1200÷20000 Hz
1.7 kHz 65 mm
37 mm
70 Hz 100°
6HX150 Version
6HX150 6" LF
HF
300 W
30 W
93 dB
90÷5000 Hz
1500÷18000 Hz
1.7 Hz 52 mm
25 mm
88 Hz 90°
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SOME INFORMATION
A Coaxial loudspeaker is a loudspeaker system in which the individual driver units radiate sound from the same point or axis. Two general types exist: one is a compact design using two or three speaker drivers, usually in car audio, and the other is a two-way high-power design for professional audio also known as single-source or dual-concentric loudspeakers.

In Professional Audio Coaxial loudspeakers enable sound from two drivers to come from one source. This characteristic allows a wider field of listening to a synchronized summation of speaker drivers than loudspeaker enclosures containing physically separated drivers. As well, the pattern of response is symmetric around the axis of the loudspeaker.


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