RCF VMAX Series Loudspeaker

Provides natural sound for both live situations and recorded music playback
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RCF’s VMAX series provides natural sound for both live situations and recorded music playback. Included in the series are: V6 – Compact 6in. 2-way cabinet, frequency response: 60Hz-20kHz, 90x60 pattern, 250W AES, 124dB max SPL; V10 – Compact 10in. 2-way cabinet, frequency response: 60Hz-20kHz, 90x60 pattern, 400W AES, 131dB max SPL; V35 – 15in. 2-way bass reflex cabinet, frequency response: 40Hz-20kHz, 90x40 pattern, 900W AES, 132dB max SPL, switchable bi-amp or full range; V45 – Dual 15in. 2-way front-loaded cabinet, frequency response: 30Hz-20kHz, 90x40 pattern, 1800W AES, 137dB max SPL, switchable bi-amp or full range; V218-S – Dual 18in. subwoofer, frequency response: 30Hz-250Hz, 3000W AES, 141dB max SPL, switchable parallel or independent amplification; and the V221-S – Dual 21in. subwoofer, frequency response: 25Hz-200Hz, 4000W AES, 143dB max SPL, switchable parallel or independent amplification. The cabinets are a reinforced construction birch with heavy-duty coated weather resistant polyurea paint, free from any spurious vibrations. The grilles are an epoxy coated heavy-duty steel grille, both cosmetically attractive and strong to handle the rigors of both club and portable use. The cabinets are multi-functional, with the two-way cabinets including pole mount cup and a number of M10 flypoints for permanent installation.

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