B-52 LX-218 18" 2-Way LoudspeakerProduct #602250 B-52 602250 YAAA Unpowered PA Speakers https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Exceptional performance, tremendous value, and extreme portability.
The B-52 LX-218 is a pounding 550W 18" 2-way speaker designed for mobile live sound and music replay applications and is the perfect companion for the LX-18 or LX-18A. Ideal for bands, medium-sized venue installations, corporate A/V, or mobile DJs, the LX-218 loudspeaker combines high-output and sound clarity with crisp highs and deep, well-defined bass.
This B-52 speaker produces an exceptional full-range response, from thundering lows to crisp highs. The B-52 18-180 cast-aluminum framed loudspeaker with a 3.5" polyamide voice coil has tremendous output that allows you to both hear and feel the music. The customized built-in passive crossover perfectly mates the loudspeaker and high-frequency driver without losing essential midrange reproduction.
LX-218 18" 2-Way Loudspeaker Specifications:
- Nominal impedance: 8 ohms
Frequency response: 40Hz-19kHz
High-frequency dispersion: 90 x 40
Crossover points: 1.5kHz
Power handling: 550W
SPL @ 1w1m: 99
Peak SPL: 130
Dimensions: 33"W x 24"H x 16"D
Weight: 90 lbs.
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- Beautiful Mids And Highs
- Clear Sound
- Deep And Powerful Base
- Easy To Use
- BIG and Heavy
- Block Parties
- Mobile DJ
Comments about B-52 LX-218 18" 2-Way Loudspeaker:
I purchased these babies years ago for Mobile DJ work with charitable groups. Big & beautiful base. Wonderful Mids and Screaming Highs. I eventually donated these wonderful speakers to my Masonic Lodge where they are regularly used for big and loud Youth dances (with DeMolay, Jobs and Rainbow Girls) and nice easy dinner music for us older folks. The sound is the best I have ever heard from any DJ speaker at any price. Several experienced DJ's who have gotten to use them have been equally impressed. Not a single problem. They will probably still be pounding away at dances for many years to come. Only con is that they are big and heavy. You need two big strong guys and a large SUV or Van to move them around.