Yamaha DSR112 Active Loudspeaker
Yamaha DSR112 Active Loudspeaker, professional-quality 2-way active loudspeaker, ideal for sound reinforcement or floor monitoring applications.Yamaha DSR112 Active Loudspeaker Details
The DSR112 from Yamaha is a professional-quality 2-way active loudspeaker, ideal for sound reinforcement or floor monitoring applications. The rugged cabinet houses a 12" woofer and a 2" titanium compression tweeter, both of which have neodymium magnets for maximum efficiency and low weight. Exclusive LTBD (Long Throw, Broad Dispersion) constant directivity waveguides provide a wide coverage pattern to reach a broad audience. Internal Class-D amplifiers provide 1300W of output power for a strong, distortion-free performance. XLR and 1/4" inputs let you connect a variety of mic or line level sound sources, while an XLR output lets you daisy-chain additional speakers.
Onboard DSP includes FIR-X tuning for smooth crossover transitions and 24-bit AD/DA converters for maximum dynamic range. D-CONTOUR processing provides consistent clarity and high and low output levels. Extensive protection circuitry prevents damage from DC faults, clipping, overheating, and over voltage. The speaker has a standard 35mm pole socket for mounting, as well as M10 rigging points for suspended installation. An integrated carrying handle provides easy transport.
Yamaha DSR112 Active Loudspeaker Features
- 12" Neodymium Woofer
- 2" Titanium Compression Tweeter
- LTBD Directivity Waveguides
- 1300W Class-D Bi-amplified Design
- Onboard DSP
- Protection Circuitry
- Pole Socket and M10 Rigging Points
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Although I own SRX series speakers which are great, I really enjoy these DSR's. I can get great vocal separation and clarity very easily through these and I have yet been unable to get them to run out of juice- even at very high levels. I just LOVE the sound of these.
Only cons are
1) There are no handles on the side of the cabinet which makes its difficult to set on a stand sometimes.
2) No tilt hole so I have to use tilt adaptors.
However, it is worth it for the quality of sound and value for money.