Community Professional Loudspeakers DS5, DS8, DS8SUB

Ceiling loudspeakers from Community.
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Community Professional Loudspeakers DS5, DS8, DS8SUB

Nov 22, 2011 3:44 PM

Community DS Series

Community Professional Loudspeakers has expanded the Distributed Design series of high-performance ceiling-mount loudspeakers with the addition of several new surface-mount models. The 5in. DS5 is a two-way compact system, ideal for installations where space is a premium. For larger installations, the 8in. DS8 provides a higher SPL, higher sensitivity, and greater bass extension. The 8in. DS8SUB subwoofer complements the DS5 and DS8 full-range models with extended LF performance for musical applications. The DS series is equipped with built-in auto-formers that enable full output with 70V or 100V distribution lines. All models accommodate 8Ω as well as 70V/100V applications with a front-accessible power tap switch located behind a rotatable logo. Community’s Infin-A-Ball multi-angle wall-mounting bracket is designed for precise positioning to facilitate low profile installation. The Infin-A-Ball arm bracket is prewired with a Euroblock connector to conceal wiring. Price: NA

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