Martin Audio launched the multipurpose DD12 loudspeaker in Frankfurt this week.
The new product combines on-board networking, DSP and Class D amplification with state-of-the-art transducers and Differential Dispersion horn technology in order to provide high fidelity output.
An important feature of the DD12 is its internal memory, which allows factory ‘plug-and-play’ or user-generated DSP preset ‘snapshots’ to be recalled by means of a preset selector button on the rear panel, instead of using computer control.
The DD12 is suitable for touring, theatre and portable live sound applications, concert hall and HoW installations and stage monitor use.
Jason Baird, R&D Director for Martin Audio, concludes, “This market sector has been under served from a technology and innovation point of view for far too long. DD12 will signal a true shift in fidelity, output capability and coverage and bring our Differential Dispersion horn technology to, quite literally, a wider audience”.