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  • 1400 Watt Peak power - 700 Watt RMS
  • 133 dB max SPL
  • 65 Hz 20 kHz frequency response
  • 2 x 8" Woofers
  • 1 x 2" Compression Driver
  • DSP controlled Input section with selectable presets
  • Tour grade safe and solid variable mechanics
  • Composite PP enclosure structurally wooden reinforced
  • Availability: In stock

    RRP: £1666.80

    Our Price: £1,389.00


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    Product Description


    HDL 10-A


    The very compact size, no compromise transducers and a unique composite cabinet design make the HDL 10-A the perfect tool in many situations.
    Ideal in live sound reinforcement and reliable installed situations. The HDL 10-A is the ideal choice when line array performance is needed and a fast and easy set up is a must. The system is powered from a 1400 Watt Peak Power 2 way digital amplifier, sound is processed from a powerful DSP.

    Additional Information

    Additional Information

    Item Condition New
    Loudspeaker genre Active
    Loudspeaker type Full range, Line Array
    Manufacturer RCF
    Loudspeaker application Installation
    Peak / Max SPL 133 dB
    Amplifier total power 700W
    Amplifier LF Driver power 500
    Amplifier HF driver power 200
    Frequency response +/- 3 dB 65Hz - 20kHz
    Dimensions MM (W x H x D) 569mm x 294mm x 434mm
    Weight (Kg) 20.4
    Speaker size Dual 8"
    LF driver voice coil size 2.0"
    HF (tweeter) size (inches) 2"
    HF voice coil size (mm / ins) 2.5"
    Colour Black
    Balanced / Unbalanced inputs Balanced, Unbalanced
    Input connector XLR
    Output connector XLR
    Vertical dispersion 15
    Horizontal dispersion 100
    Limiter Soft Limiter
    Mic input sensitivity -2 dBu / +4 dBu
    Enclosure material Plastic
    Handles Yes
    Market Sector Place of Worship, Theatre, Live Sound


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