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The DVX DM12 TH 1500W Two-Way Active Stage Monitor from dB Technologies is equipped with 12" neodymium heavy-duty woofer with a 4" voice coil. It features a neodymium compression driver, 1500W RMS Digipro G2 amplifiers, and SMPS with PFC. The speaker also features phase-plug technology that helps the speaker in providing a correction of the phase and frequency response of the 12" woofer. The result is a coherent horizontal coverage and a great definition of the mid frequencies. Thanks to its high SPL, this DM TH monitor is suitable for various applications. DVX DM12's frequency response can be regulated trough the two preset equalizations: Flat EQ and TH EQ.
By rotating the whole frontal panel, you can easily can change the monitor's orientation. This will invert the internal geometry of the speaker, moving the horn from the left side to right side, or vice versa. You can also couple two adjacent monitors' HF horns and avoid comb filters. The speaker comes with a logo which will indicate the internal disposition of the transducers. This will allow you to discern if a monitor is in a right or left configuration. For vertical usage, it is also possible to rotate the monitor's CD aluminium horn in order to optimize speaker dispersion and adapt it to the new configuration. Without any visible cables, the stage will look neat, thanks to inputs (PowerCon and XLR) on one side and the links on the other (PowerCon and XLR ). This disposition enables the positioning of the adjacent monitors without any space between the two boxes. As a result, the coupling effect will be optimized.