Heavy Duty Column Speakers

952.171UK HD30V

Heavy-duty IP44 weatherproof column speakers suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Low impedance and 100V volume tappings.

  • Weatherproof IP44
  • Integral rotary volume selection
  • Supplied with wall mounting brackets
Description Version Packed
952.171UK
HD30V Heavy Duty Column Speaker, 30Wrms
30W Box Label BW

Heavy Duty Column Speakers

Heavy duty IP44 weatherproof column speakers housed in an extruded aluminium casing with moulded end plates and mounting brackets. Fitted with high quality polypropylene drivers and dome tweeters. Low impedance and 100V volume tappings are accessed by a screwdriver rotary switch.

  • Weatherproof IP44
  • Integral rotary volume selection
  • Supplied with wall mounting brackets

Specification : Common

  • Housing Aluminium with moulded plastic end pieces
  • Connection Hard-wired 2-core lead (1m)
  • Frequency response 150Hz - 20kHz (-10dB)
  • Dispersion 160°
  • IP rating IP44

Specification : Versions

  952.171UK
LF drivers 2 x 100mmØ PP cone
HF drivers 1 x 12mm mylar tweeter
Power max. 60W
Power rms 30W
Impedance 8 Ohms
SPL @ 1W/1m 85dB
Tappings 30, 20, 10, 5W & 8 Ohms
Dimensions 485 x 150 x 105mm
Weight 2.95kg

Trade information

  952.171UK
Barcode / EAN 5015972178645
Package type Box Label BW
Package dimensions 185 x 525 x 145mm
Package weight 2.95kg
Package quantity 1 unit
Carton dimensions 390 x 545 x 315mm
Carton weight 14.80kg
Carton quantity 4 packages

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