CM 12a

Touring compact coaxial self-amplified stage monitor

 
TransducersLF: 1×12’’ / HF : 1×2.85’’
Frequency Range (-6dB)60Hz – 20kHz
SPL peak / 1m (measured)137 dB
Weight19kg / 41.88lbs
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Description

CM 12a is a uniquely compact, self-powered 2-way coaxial stage monitor, with the flexibility to serve as a single top or full-range PA, making it a popular choice for live events, touring, DJ sets, drum fills, and front fills.

Created to deliver outstanding SPL for its size, CM 12a’s low profile design won’t get in the way of the performance. Directivity coverage can be adjusted quickly and easily with no tools required.

The HF driver diaphragm assembly employs a high specification cotton composite dome together with a phasing plug, giving CM 12a its exceptional linearity, precision, and musicality.

An advanced AUDIOFOCUS Class D amplifier module with integral DSP offers 4 easy and smart presets for any type of configuration.

Housed in a rugged, road-ready enclosure with rigid magnetic grill, CM 12a is built with pride in Belgium and coated in tough, weather-resistant polyurea to protect your investment.

Features

  • 2-Way self-powered stage monitor
  • Coaxial construction
  • 1.4’’ compression driver + 12’’ low frequency transducer
  • Adjustable AF horn 70×50°
  • Ultra-low port noise
  • Tiltable pole mount
  • Rear rain cover included

Technical specifications

Description2-way active self-powered full-range coaxial monitor
Transducers LF: 1×12’’
HF: 1×2.85’’
Frequency range (-6dB)60Hz-20kHz
Nominal directivity (-6dB)70°x50°
Rotatable horn, no tools needed
SPL peak (1)137 dB
ProcessingDedicated AUDIOFOCUS presets
RiggingAdjustable pole mount and M8 threaded inserts
Audio ConnectorsIN: 1×3-point XLR
LINK: 1×3-point XLR
Power ConnectorsIN: 1×3-point powerCON
LINK: 1×3-point powerCON
Dimensions (H x W x D)336 x 460 x 460mm
13.22 x 18.11 x 18.11 inches
Weight19kg / 41.88lbs
FinishHighly resistant polyurea coating

CabinetHigh grade birch plywood

(1) Peak level measured at 1 m under free field conditions using pink noise with crest factor 5