The AUDAC WX802/OB is a powerful 2-way, 8” loudspeaker cabinet which is specifically designed for outdoor use. It lends itself to a wide variation of outdoor applications, ensuring a clear and powerful sound reproduction. Hereby, the WX802/OB is the perfect companion for outdoor applications where a clear background music is desirable throughout the day and a more powerful sound with deeper bass is necessary when the party erupts after sunset. The sound is coming from a weatherproof treated 8” low frequency loudspeaker in combination with a 1” dome tweeter which are built in an aesthetical and solid synthetic enclosure. The mounting of the loudspeaker can be done in a horizontal and vertical way by means of the included mounting bracket which passes the 96 hours salt-spray test due to its special electroplated coating. A drain hole behind the aluminum front grill allows letting the moisture flow out when condensation occurs. The waterproof AWX-5 connector at the backside makes sure that this speaker meets the IP55 standards. The power can be set in three adjustable steps for 100V and one step for 16 Ohm standard low impedance applications. – 60 Watt, 30 Watt, 15 Watt @ 100V – 70 Watt @ 16 Ohm
The PRE126 is two-zone 6 channel stereo preamplifier containing a variety of input possibilities for microphone and line level audio signals, offering a possibility for a wide range of small to medium sized audio installations in various kinds of applications with a two-zone audio distribution system. It features two balanced mono inputs with phantom power and three band tone control allowing connection of microphones or line level signal sources. The switchable talkover function suppresses background music if a priority signal is present, making it suitable for paging or voice file announcements. The four stereo line level inputs are implemented as a balanced one fitted with XLR connectors and three unbalanced ones fitted with RCA connectors. Hereby, connection possibilities for a wide variety of line level sources is guaranteed. Additionally, an integrated Bluetooth receiver (mixed with Ch 3) and 3.5 mm jack connection on its front panel (mixed with Ch 4) are offering convenient wired or wireless connection possibilties for portable and handheld devices including laptops, smartphones and tablets. A priority mute contact suppresses all (nonpriority) music sources in case of contact closure, allowing to link autonomous alarm systems. Input volume control is done using the corresponding rotary dials on the front panel, while routing is settings are made through zone selection buttons. Each output section features a 6-segment LED VU bar, a master volume control and 2-band tone control. Connections and input or output configurations such as gain adjustment and mono/stereo switching can be done through the provided controls on the back of the device.
The MTX48 is the four-zone version of the MTX series, containing two balanced microphone inputs with priority function, phantom power possibility and three-band tone control. Four stereo line-level inputs are provided to which any line-level music source such as a CD-player, tuner or MP3 player can be connected. The other two inputs of the matrix are the additional wall panel inputs for both line and microphone signals. The MTX can be controlled by means of additional control panels, its fully functional web based interface or the AUDAC Touch app. Using the freely available AUDAC Touch™ application for smart devices guarantees total system control and configuration from any device on any location and at any time. The RS232 port makes the MTX compatible with any home & industrial automation systems supporting RS232. The front panel of the MTX shows a rotary button per zone with indication LEDs for accessing controls and settings. A built-in PFL loudspeaker makes it possible to pre-listen every channel without the need for a headphone. The balanced line-level zone output connections are performed using 3-pin Euro-terminal block connectors, each of them accompanied with an RJ45 connector for connecting additional wall panels for that zone. A 24 volts’ power connection makes it possible to keep the MTX running on emergency power, even if the main power is shut down.