G8CX cabinet is the most compact coaxial model of the MM-Acoustics G Series and operates on a frequency bandwidth of 60 Hz to 20 kHz.
G8CX enclosure contains a 1’ ’ exit polyester diaphragm compression driver providing smoother response and lower harmonic distortion level as compared to other traditional metal diaphragm drivers used in similar size high frequency drivers, co-axially mounted on a 8’ ’ low frequency transducer in a bass-reflex tuned enclosure.
The coaxial transducer arrangement produces a 90° axi-symmetric directivity output along with a smooth tonal response free of any secondary lobes over the entire frequency range.
G8CX is pole mountable making it ideal for portable PA applications, Made of high grade Baltic birch plywood, the cabinet features 4 M10 inserts for easy installation using vertical or horizontal mount brackets.
|Usable bandwidth (-3db):||60Hz-20Khz|
|Nominal directivity (-6db):||90 degree omni directional|
|Maximum system SPL:||126db|
|RMS handling capacity:||280W AES, 400W programe, 800W peak|
|Recommended amplifier:||300-400W* at 8ohm|
|Components:||8+1 inch coaxial|
|Nominal impedance:||Passive 8ohm|
|Rigging:||4 M10 flying points|
|Physical:||WxHxD 270x470x280mm, Weight: 13.5kg|
|Material:||Baltic birch plywood. Connectors: 2x Neutrik Nl4 Speakon|
|Finish:||Black textured water based coating|
Program power is calculated as 3db higher then the AES power. Note that most of the modern electronic music does not allow high dynamics. For compressed music material we do not recommend using more then 400W of clean not clipped signal with 65hz 24db BW high pass filter applied.
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Due to MM-acoustics policy of continuing improvement, we reserve the right to alter these specifications without prior notice. MM-acoustics is committed to refining state of the art sound reinforcement, combining in-depth product and field applications research with advanced manufacturing techniques. Every MM-acoustics product is built to the highest manufacturing standards and rigorously tested to ensure that it meets the performance criteria specified in the design.