Rectangular Horn Speakers

952.257UK EH15V

Rectangular shaped 100V line PA horn speakers ideal for general purpose and standard industrial installations. All models are moulded from durable ABS in an ivory colour and fitted with a high perf...

  • Rotary volume tapping switch
  • Adjustable steel mounting bracket
  • 100V or 8 Ohm operation
Description Version Packed
952.257UK
EH15V Horn Speaker 100V 15W
15W Box Printed

Rectangular Horn Speakers

Rectangular shaped 100V line PA horn speakers ideal for general purpose and standard industrial installations. All models are moulded from durable ABS in an ivory colour and fitted with a high performance 100V line matching transformer with an 8 Ohm option and 350mm of 2 core double insulated connecting cable.

  • Rotary volume tapping switch
  • Adjustable steel mounting bracket
  • 100V or 8 Ohm operation

Specification : Common

  • IP rating IP56
  • Cable : length 350mm

Specification : Versions

  952.257UK
Power rms 15W
Frequency response 500Hz - 7kHz
SPL @ 1W/1m 100dB
Impedance 670, 1.3k, 2.6k and 8 Ohms
Tappings 15W, 7.5W, 3.75W and 8 Ohms
Dimensions 233 x 220 x 158mm
Weight 1.4kg

Trade information

  952.257UK
Barcode / EAN 5015972217573
Tariff code 8518210000
Country of Origin CN
Package type Box Printed
Package dimensions 225 x 250 x 170mm
Package weight 1.50kg
Package quantity 1 unit
Carton dimensions 370 x 470 x 280mm
Carton weight 6.50kg
Carton quantity 4 packages
Pack plastic weight 0.01kg

In the box

The box for this item contains :

  • ABS rectangular horn speaker
  • Mounting bracket

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