CASA Active Sub Cabinets

178.122UK CASA-12BA

Lightweight yet powerful active subwoofer units with inbuilt class D amplifiers. Each cabinet is constructed from 15mm MDF with integral side handles for easy portability and 35mm socket to accommo...

  • Compact and lightweight design
  • 15mm MDF cabinets with hard-wearing paint finish
  • 2 x side carry handles
Description Version Packed
178.120UK
CASA-10BA Active Sub 300Wrms
10" 300W Box Printed
178.122UK
CASA-12BA Active Sub 400Wrms
12" 400W Box Printed
178.125UK
CASA-15BA Active Sub 500Wrms
15" 500W Box Printed
178.128UK
CASA-18BA Active Sub 600Wrms
18" 600W Box Printed

Accessories

Description Version Packed
902.122UK
12" Sub Driver 4ohm 300Wrms for CASA-12BA
12" sub 4ohm 300Wrms Box Label BW

CASA Active Sub Cabinets

Lightweight yet powerful active subwoofer units with inbuilt class D amplifiers. Each cabinet is constructed from 15mm MDF with integral side handles for easy portability and 35mm socket to accommodate a mounting pole. The high flex sub driver is front-loaded with a protective steel grille to deliver powerful transients and add warmth to any sound system. The class D amplifier section has stereo line inputs and outputs to allow use either as a mono sub with stereo tops or a matching sub for each top speaker. Line inputs have a parallel Link output to pass the signal onto further active speakers and a pair of line outputs with switchable high pass filter to connect to active top cabinets. A phase switch is included to help avoid sound cancellation and time-align multiple speaker setups. Designed as a perfect match for the CASA series speakers and equally at home with other active full range cabinets.

  • Compact and lightweight design
  • 15mm MDF cabinets with hard-wearing paint finish
  • 2 x side carry handles
  • 35mm pole mount socket

Specification : Common

  • Power supply 230Vac, 50Hz (IEC)
  • Construction 15mm MDF with durable texture paint finish
  • Hardware 2 x side carry handles + 35mm pole mount socket
  • Amplifier : construction Class D
  • Line inputs L+R balanced XLR
  • Line outputs L+R balanced XLR & L+R link XLR
  • Controls Output level, phase switch, high pass x-over (output)

Specification : Versions

  178.120UK 178.122UK 178.125UK 178.128UK
Sub driver 250mmØ (10") 300mmØ (12") 380mmØ (15") 450mm­­­Ø (18")
Voice coil 50mmØ (2") 62mmØ (2.5") 75mmØ (3") 75mmØ (3")
Output power : rms 300W 400W 500W 600W
Output power : max. 500W 700W 900W 1100W
Peak output 1000W 1400W 1800W 2200W
SPL max. 120.0dB 122.0dB 123.5dB 124.0dB
Frequency response 60 - 150Hz 55 - 150Hz 50 - 150Hz 45 - 150Hz
Dimensions 431 x 407 x 338mm 480 x 450 x 380mm 564 x 540 x 448mm 645 x 605 x 510mm
Weight 16.23kg 18.86kg 25.42kg 34.00kg

Trade information

  178.120UK 178.122UK 178.125UK 178.128UK
Barcode / EAN 5015972215869 5015972215876 5015972215883 5015972217771
Package type Box Printed Box Printed Box Printed Box Printed
Package dimensions 505 x 515 x 410mm 515 x 550 x 450mm 635 x 635 x 520mm 675 x 700 x 565mm
Package weight 18.20kg 20.30kg 27.80kg 36.00kg
Package quantity 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit
Carton dimensions 505 x 515 x 410mm 515 x 550 x 450mm 635 x 635 x 520mm 695 x 705 x 585mm
Carton weight 18.20kg 20.30kg 27.80kg 36.00kg
Carton quantity 1 package 1 package 1 package 1 package

In the box

The box for this item contains :

  • CASA series active sub cabinet
  • IEC mains power lead(s)

Videos

Introducing the Citronic CASA Series Active Subs and Cabinets

Support

Instruction manual
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Support : articles

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