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Lynx adds four passive cabinets

Lynx adds four passive cabinets

Lynx adds four passive cabinets

The BS-8, BS-10, BS-12 and BS-15 are two-way passive cabinets

Designed for a wide range of applications such as fixed installations, nightclubs, houses of worship and corporate events, the BS series from Lynx Pro Audio comprises four full-range passive cabinets and two passive subwoofers to extend low-frequency support. The BS-8, BS-10, BS-12 and BS-15 are two-way passive cabinets with an 8-, 10-, 12- and 15-inch LF transducer, respectively. All four cabinets also comprise a one-inch HF driver mounted on a 90° x 60° rotatable horn.

The BS-8 has a sensitivity of 93dB and a frequency range of 70Hz to 18kHz (–10dB); for the BS-10 these figures are 94dB and 65Hz to 18kHz (–10dB); for the BS-12 they are 96dB and 60Hz to 20kHz (–10dB); and for the BS-15 they are 98dB and 55Hz to 20kHz (–10dB). The cabinets are constructed from premium birch plywood and finished in a polyurea coating, while the enclosures offer a screw-free grille and number of dedicated accessories. The cones are waterproof and have been treated on both sides.

The BS-8, BS-10, BS-12 and BS-15 can be complemented by the BS-112 and BS-118 subwoofers. The BS-112 has a 12-inch driver with a sensitivity of 93dB and a frequency range of 40–90Hz with preset. It has a rated power of 500W AES, 1,000W program and 2,000W peak, and a quasiomnidirectional dispersion. In contrast, the BS-118 comes with an 18-inch driver, a sensitivity of 98dB and a frequency range of 38–100Hz with preset. Power is rated at 600W AES, 1,200W program and 2,400W peak, and the dispersion is omnidirectional.

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