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|Package Weight||38.2 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||25.0 x 15.0 x 15.0"|
|Coverage||90° H x 60° V|
|Woofer||10" (254 mm) cone woofer with 2" voice coil and ferrite magnet|
|Tweeter||1.4" (36 mm) compression tweeter with 1" throat and ferrite magnet|
|Crossover||FIR-X tuning (linear phase FIR filter)|
|Amplifier Power||Dynamic: 1100 W (950 W LF, 150 W HF) Continuous: 700 W (600 W LF, 100 W HF)|
|Output Level||131 dB SPL max (1 m, on axis)|
|Connectors||1 x XLR input 2 x 1/4" phone inputs 2 x RCA inputs 1 x XLR thru jack (parallel with input) 1 x XLR link output|
|Type||Active, 2-way, biamplified|
|Cabinet||Bass-reflex, ABS with black matte finish|
|Mounting||3 x Fly points (2 top, 1 rear, fits M8 x 15 mm eyebolts) 1 x 35 mm pole socket with 0°/7° 2-way feature|
|Power Requirements||100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||90 W|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||12 x 19.75 x 12.25" (305 x 502 x 310 mm)|
|Weight||32.2 lbs (14.6 kg)|
|Processor||D-contour: FOH/main, monitor, off|
|Frequency Range||56 Hz - 20 kHz (-10 dB)|
Individually, this speaker is really nice. I read previous reviews about the warmer sound as compared to a QSC K10 ($100 more), so decided to test them both head to head.The sound was very close and came down to preference. The QSC took the lead with all the other categories though.
Excellent speaker. I use two of these as monitors and two dxr12 for FOH. Bought this one to use center stage as front fill. Plenty of clean power for bars and clubs.
I use anchor explorer pb-2500 for many years and feel a need to upgrading my speaker system. So I found this yamaha DXR10. Excellent speakers! I haven't had a chance to try these at full volume yet, but they are exceptionally clear and crisp at the (loud) medium levels.
I run a Kemper Profiler through this and it sounds amazing. I was running the Kemper through a Bose L1, which sounds really good, but the DXR10 BREATHES!!! It moves air and for the size, it's a beat. As far as FRFR use is concerned, this thing rocks!
Using DJ nights in reinforcement stripe background with DXR15 more Sub. Rehearsals Blues-Rock group singing, singing façade small places and back when
Recently purchased for use with a Yamaha subwoofer - DSR 118W aillant tested in other brands like HK. An ideal set for the concerts of small groups. Used without cabinet in repeated for voice with guitar equipped with big Marshall 4 x 12 lamps for rock music muscled.
For 1 year. Using the front box with DXS12 complement. Good speaker with good sound reproduction fairly neutral. The connectors are standard with some tweaks to the rear of the enclosure that adjust the sound.
I use it for almost a year actually sounds very good down is surprising for the size of the enclosure either back or across the system is equipped with a processor and a monitor function which allows to recover the ground effect.
While I do own a trailer full of great PA gear, I didn't buy my DXR10 to use as a part of that system. I bought this speaker to use on stage with both a Line 6 POD HD500 (now an HD500X) and an Eleven Rack.
Excellent, I had a horrible doubt. Is it going to really sound with 100 to 150 people? And low? Briefly tried yesterday context in an average room, 350 m2 area, very high ceiling (in fact a very large barn converted into a concert hall), it was perfect. Clarity of voice and guitar (plugged