Houses of worship, theatres and educational facilities are among the applications for the new MX8 and MX10 high performance monitors.
Handling 300W and 500W respectively, the 8-inch MX8 and 10-inch MX10 employ Community’s proprietary co-axial driver units. Their coaxial design means that all of the sound emanates from the same point source and the Tru-Phase conical high frequency waveguide eliminates the transition anomalies that occur in most square and rectangular horns.
The result, says Community, is exceptionally smooth phase and frequency response performance with reduced feedback, improved intelligibility and uniform coverage precisely where it’s required.
Precision engineered internal crossovers eliminate the need for bi-amplification, further reducing the overall system cost.
The MX8 and MX10 also incorporate two further Community innovations. Carbon Ring Cone Technology increases the effective cone area for greater performance and reliability, while DYNA-TECH multi-stage limiter circuits protect against damage from over-driving.
Compact and lightweight with a curved design, the MX8 and MX10 are available in black or white paint finishes. A single rear Ergo-Grip handle offers convenience for portable applications. Optional yoke mounting brackets for flush-mounting the monitors tightly against a wall or ceiling are sold separately.