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The black AD-S112SW 12" Surface Mount Subwoofer from QSC is a low impedance, weather resistant, surface mount foreground and background loudspeaker, and it is an addition to the QSC Acoustic Design Series.
The subwoofer employs a long-throw, 12" direct radiating weather-treated driver, with a 2.5" voice coil. It includes yoke-mount hardware to optimize boundary-coupling, and M10 fittings on the enclosure allow the option for suspended or flown deployment. The AD-S112sw utilizes a TFR (Turbulent Flow Reduction) port, which provides optimized resonant tuning and high velocity air flow. Furthermore, the subwoofer features Directivity Matched Transition (DMT) technology for 105° axisymmetric coverage and is available in a black finish. Finally, the AD-S112sw features aluminum grills for added weather resistance and a paintable ABS enclosure, which is designed for lightweight and lasting speaker performance. The speaker operates at 8 ohms.
Suitable for bars and restaurants, dance and music clubs, A/V, education, casinos, themed
entertainment, large system ancillary support, and worship facilities
TFR (Turbulent Flow Reduction) port provides optimal resonant tuning and high velocity air flow
Included yoke bracket and M10 fittings for optional suspension
Designed for indoor and outdoor use as per the following tests:
Salt Fog: MIL-STD-810G Method 509.5 for 100 hrs.
Humidity: MIL-STD-810G Method 507.5, natural cycle B2, cyclic high RH for 7 days
High and low temperature: tested according to QSC internal standards between -4 and 122° (-20° and 50°C)