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B&C follows market trend

B&C follows market trend

B&C follows market trend

The DCX464’s midrange diaphragm operates within a 300Hz to 5.5kHz frequency range with 110dB sensitivity

With a growing demand for coaxial transducers, B&C has added the DCX464 ring radiator to its catalogue. Comprising a neodymium magnet assembly, the DCX464’s midrange diaphragm operates within a 300Hz to 5.5kHz frequency range with 110dB sensitivity, for which its 100mm voice coil handles 220W. The 64mm coil high-frequency diaphragm operates within a 3–18kHz range with 112.5dB sensitivity and handles 160W. Ensuring greater combined output and crossover flexibility, a patent-pending mid-range integrator allows both diaphragms to work together over a wide bandwidth. The resultant energy emitting from the time-coherent coaxial ring radiator is output from the horn’s 1.4-inch diameter throat. The recommended crossover of the 3.7kg coaxial is 3.2kHz.



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