|TYPE||Coaxial passive 2-way|
|FREQUENCY RESPONSE - 4π (5)||55Hz - 20kHz ± 3dB, -10dB @44Hz with preset|
|DRIVERS||LF: 12", 3" Voice coil, Neodymium Motor with flux stabilising ringsHF: 1.4" exit, 3" Voice coil, Coaxial titanium dome |
|SENSITIVITY (2.83V 1m free-field)||97dB|
|NOMINAL IMPEDANCE||8 Ohms|
|RATED POWER||350W AES, 1400W peak|
|MAXIMUM SPL||122dB Cont, 128dB Peak (6dB)|
|DISPERSION (-6dB)||90° H, 60° V|
|CONNECTORS||NLT4MPXX-BAG speakons (pair)|
|PIN CONNECTIONS (INPUT)||1+ / 1-|
|PIN CONNECTIONS (LINK)||1+/- and 2+/-|
|FITTINGS||4 x M10, 17 x M8 fixing points, dual pole-mount socket, 2 x handle pockets|
|DIMENSIONS||(W) 521mm, (H) 390mm, (D) 346mm (W) 20.5ins, (H) 15.4ins, (D) 13.6ins|
The FP12 is a premium, point-source loudspeaker designed for short-throw applications which require superb sonic performance, high output, and coverage consistency from a compact enclosure. Its small size and portability extend its range of applications from live sound and permanent installations to corporate events, gigging musicians and DJ’s.
- Compact, passive two-way loudspeaker
- Versatile, multi-angle enclosure
- High output capability Coaxial Point Source configuration with user-rotatable drive unit
- 12” (300mm)/3” (75mm) voice coil low distortion neodymium LF driver
- 3” (75mm) titanium diaphragm/1.4” (35mm) exit HF driver
- 90° H x 60° V dispersion
- Quick-release steel grille
- 3D prediction software [DISPLAY 3]
- Powered by iKON or VIA amplifiers
- Portable live sound reinforcement
- Theatre sound
- Fixed installations
- DJ and corporate AV events
- High-power stage monitoring
With a multi-angle enclosure and a wide range of mounting options, the FP12 is the perfect high-power solution for rental companies and professional applications which benefit from flexibility and speed of deployment.
When supplemented by a subwoofer, it is an excellent choice for premium, short-throw corporate AV events and music playback systems. It can also be used as a high output stage monitor, or in conjunction with a larger touring or installed sound system.speed of deployment.
The FP12 is a two-way passive loudspeaker featuring a high-specification 12” LF driver and a 1.4” exit HF driver with a 3” diameter titanium diaphragm. It delivers an impressive maximum SPL of 128dB peak and has a well-defined dispersion pattern of 90° horizontal x 60° vertical, with horizontal constant directivity characteristics.speed of deployment.
Its exemplary coverage pattern is achieved by incorporating a dedicated waveguide within the magnet structure which merges into a specially contoured LF cone. With the waveguide and cone combining to form the HF horn, this innovative arrangement avoids a separate ‘add-on’ horn which would impede the wavefront from the cone and cause irregularities in the frequency response. It also improves on conventional through-the-pole coaxial designs, which can suffer from high frequency beaming. speed of deployment.
The FP12’s durable birch plywood enclosure is finished in hardwearing textured paint and incorporates multiple threaded inserts to cater for a wide range of mounting options and accessories — including yoke, wall bracket and truss mounting. A dual pole-mount socket with 0° and 15° down-tilt angles is incorporated into the base of the enclosure, and twin handles aid installation and deployment. A steel grille with a triple-layer polyester backing presents a discreet, professional appearance, while resisting dust and water ingress to IP54 environmental rating. speed of deployment.
The FP12 can be used in either portrait or landscape orientation by rotating the driver within the enclosure. To make this operation quick and easy, the grille is secured by proprietary quick-release latches, and the driver fixed to the baffle by means of captive release clamps. Loosening these by hand allows the driver to be quickly rotated through 90° and re-tightened. FP12 can be powered by iKON amplifiers, or by VIA amplifiers when used with a DX4.0 controller, or alternatively a DX0.4 or DX0.6 controller. FP12 systems can be modelled in 3D using Display 3 design and prediction software.
The loudspeaker shall be a passive, two-way coaxial system comprising a reflex-loaded 12” low frequency driver and a 3” dome/1.4” exit high frequency compression driver. The HF driver shall be loaded with a static waveguide which merges into the shaped asymmetric cone of the LF driver to define the HF horn geometry.
The dispersion pattern of the loudspeaker shall be 90° horizontal x 60° vertical, with horizontal constant directivity characteristics. The on-axis frequency response shall be 55Hz-20kHz +/- 3dB and the loudspeaker shall produce a maximum SPL of 128dB peak at 1 metre. Power handling shall be 350W AES, 1400W peak. Rated impedance shall be 8 ohms.
The loudspeaker shall be operated in conjunction with a dedicated electronic controller or controller amplifier.
The multi-angled loudspeaker enclosure shall be constructed from plywood and be finished with a hardwearing textured paint. It shall incorporate two pocket handles and be fitted with a dual pole-mount socket. Threaded inserts shall accommodate eyebolt, yoke, wall bracket and rigging bar accessory options.
The coaxial driver shall be user-rotatable without tools to enable portrait or landscape deployment of the loudspeaker and shall be protected by a perforated steel grille with a triple-layer polyester backing.
The rear connector panel shall be fitted with two NLT4MP type connectors. Low and high frequency sections shall be integrated by an internal 1.5kHz passive crossover network.
Dimensions (W x H x D) shall be 521mm x 390mm x 346mm (20.5in x 15.4in x 13.6in). Weight shall be 17.5kg (38.6lbs).
The loudspeaker shall be the Martin Audio FlexPoint FP12.
FlexPoint systems support a flexible electronics package.
For the optimum sound performance, Martin Audio iKON amplifiers with onboard DSP are recommended.
Alternatively, but for primarily installation projects, Martin Audio VIA amplifiers in conjunction with a DX4.0 system controller, or DX0.4 / DX0.6 controller will provide a more cost-effective option.
When used with iKON amplifiers or DX4.0 controllers, systems utilise Vu-Net. When used with DX0.4 or DX0.6 controllers, systems have standalone software.