P 8″ Coaxial Loudspeaker
Ultra-compact, 2-way coaxial system with very wide dispersion; an excellent option where high SPL is required but extremely limited space is available. Low frequency extension to below 100 Hz enables it to integrate well with subwoofers, and at 16 ohms, the P is an ideal choice for low impedance distributed systems where a high loudspeaker-to-amplifier ratio is desirable.
P 8" Coaxial Loudspeaker
- HF/LF Transducers: Coaxial 1.7″ titanium diaphragm compression driver; 8.0″ woofer, 2.0″ voice coil; single neodymium magnet
- Power Handling at Nominal Impedance: HF/LF 250 W @ 16 Ω
- Equalized Maximum SPL (peak / continuous): 125 dB / 119 dB
The Prophile™ P is an ultra-compact, high efficiency coaxial loudspeaker that packs the output of a traditional 8 inch, horn-loaded HF loudspeaker into a much more compact enclosure. Its horizontal orientation, small vertical dimension, and trapezoidal shape allow it to be positioned extremely close to ceilings and under balconies. The P’s low profile also makes it very useful as a front fill system when placed on the edge of or installed into a stage apron.
Fulcrum Acoustic’s TQ™ processing is an integral part of the P design. Sound, innovative acoustical design combined with state of the art digital processing leads to exceptional clarity and precise transient response, even at very high sound pressure levels. The required digital signal processing can be provided by one of many supported platforms.
The P is an excellent option any time extremely limited space is available. Its high efficiency results in impressive levels, and its 100° x 100° coverage and coaxial design make it especially effective in close quarters. Low frequency extension to below 100 Hz enables it to integrate well with subwoofers and at 16 ohms, the P is an ideal choice for low impedance distributed systems where a high loudspeaker-to-amplifier ratio is desirable.
The Prophile P includes a neodymium-based coaxial transducer which allows the compression driver diaphragm to be positioned very close to the woofer voice coil. This allows the system to maintain coherent summation and consistent off axis response through a passive crossover, allowing it to be powered with a single amplifier channel.
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