Have you ever asked yourself where the limits of possibility are? How small could an enclosure be without making cuts in the sound quality? Well, here is our answer: the PicoSpot.
The guideline to reducing the enclosure size to a minimum was only possible by using a proven speaker concept, a coaxial transducer. In this case a 5“ speaker, built in a sealed enclosure to expand its availabilities. But what do we do with the heat inside if we power the speaker at 800W peak?
After being asked if so much power is necessary we wanted to make this possible and we did it.
Using a CNC milled aluminium horn takes care of this, perfect dispersion and its also a heatsink which removes the heat in the enclosure.
The used 5“ special-high-density-ultracomplicated-heavy-duty-lightweight coaxdriver enables the Picospot to be used from 80Hz. It delivers a powerful sound which is not in tune with its size.
We have been supported on the development of this small marvel of technology from our passionate friends from Beyma. Together with the guys from our R&D they took care of that project which took 2 years and a lot of testing to get the heart of the Picospot beating.
There it is, a small, black and inconspicuous piece of audio. It is that compact that you can use it in a perfect way as a stage nearfill, at conferences, fashion shows, tradeshows and anywhere that the highest audio quality and most compact dimensions are required.
For best reliability, performance, tonal balance and ease of use we recommend our AD-Systems Impuls series system amplifiers.
coating, 55° wedge angle
1.0“ ND compression driver w/ 1.7“ voice coilon 90° circular horn passive crossover with phase correction