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The Flex Array TFA-600B Horn Loaded Subwoofer from Turbosound is a compact horn loaded bass enclosure designed to be ground stacked with Flex Array mid/highs in a wide range of concert touring applications. It consists of a neodymium 18" low frequency driver in a low distortion horn loaded design. This is the same drive unit as the one used in the flown single 18" TFA-600L and in the larger double 18" TSW-218 (both sold separately); the TFA-600B also employs the same loading techniques so that these bass enclosures can be freely mixed in any application.
The 5/8" birch plywood cabinet is equipped with recessed handles on the sides and back, and is supplied with heavy duty wheels in order to aid trucking and handling. It is finished in hard wearing semi matte black paint. The stacking corner protectors allow TFA-600B cabinets to be ground stacked with TFA-600L cabinets (which have integrated fly-ware). A 20mm threaded pole mount socket is fitted for use with flying yokes. A recessed panel at the rear of the cabinet carries two parallel linked Neutrik speakON NL4 connectors for input and link-through connections.
Horn loaded ground stack subwoofer for touring applications
800W continuous, 3,200W peak power
Neodymium 18" low frequency driver
Low distortion horn design for maximum sound pressure level
5/8" birch plywood enclosure with hard wearing semi matte black paint finish
Rugged powder coated perforated steel mesh grille
20mm threaded pole mount to support satellite speaker
Neutrik speakON NL4 connectors for reliable long life operation