CM 15a

Touring compact coaxial 15″ self-amplified stage monitor

 
TransducersLF: 1×15’’ / HF : 1×3″
Frequency Range (-6dB)55Hz – 20kHz
SPL peak / 1m (measured)139 dB
Weight21.5kg / 47.39lbs
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Description

CM 15a is a compact, self-powered 2-way coaxial stage monitor, with the flexibility to serve as a full-range PA speaker, 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 15a’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 15a 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 a rigid magnetic grill, CM 15a 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
  • 3’’ compression driver + 15” low frequency transducer
  • Adjustable AF horn 80×60°
  • Ultra-low port noise
  • Tiltable pole mount
  • Rear rain cover included

Technical specifications

Description2-way amplified active full-range coaxial monitor
Transducers LF: 1×15’’
HF: 1×3’’
Frequency range (-6dB)55Hz-20kHz
Nominal directivity (-6dB)80°x60°
Rotatable horn, no tools needed
SPL max (1)139 dB
ProcessingDedicated AUDIOFOCUS SCiO and Powersoft Armonia presets
RiggingAdjustable pole mount and M8 threaded inserts
Audio connectorsIN: 1×3-point powerCON
LINK: 1×3-point powerCON
Power ConnectorsIN: 1×3-point powerCON
LINK: 1×3-point powerCON
Dimensions (H x W x D)355 x 530 x 515 mm
13.97 x 20.86 x 20.27 inches
Weight21.5kg / 47.39lbs
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