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Yamaha CBR12 2-Way Passive Bass Reflex Speaker With 12" Woofer
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The Yamaha CBR12 2-Way Passive Bass Reflex Speaker With 12" Woofer is designed to deliver high-power, high-definition sound in a portable and versatile package for applications such as front-of-house, floor monitoring, and rigged configurations.

The speaker uses custom designed transducers with a wide-dispersion constant directivity horn to deliver a frequency response of 48 to 20,000 Hz.

The speaker offers a balance of size and performance for a wide range of applications.

Custom Transducers and Wide-Dispersion Horn:
Leverages carefully selected materials with a horn design that minimizes radiation pattern deterioration in oblique directions
HF Protection Circuit:
Limits excessive input that might otherwise damage the speaker
Rugged, Portable Enclosure Design:
Uses a lightweight plastic cabinet with ergonomic handle(s)
Features one speakON jack and one 1/4" phone jack for fast connectivity
Enclosure Design for Floor Monitoring;
Features a 50° wedge angle for floor monitoring
Rigging Points for Installation:
Features M8 rigging points for rigged applications with optional speaker brackets and standardized eye-bolts

Technical Specifications

I/O 2x parallel speakOn
Drivers HF: 1.4" coil compression driver (ferrite)
LF: 12" cone, 2" voice coil (ferrite)
Frequency Response 48 to 20,000 Hz
Power Handling 175 W peak, 350 W program, 700 W peak
Crossover 2,100 Hz
Handle 2x side
Sensitivity 96 dB SPL
Dimensions 14.8 x 23.7 x 13.7" (37.6 x 60.1 x 34.8 cm)
Weight 30.6 lb (13.9 kg)

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