YAMAHA DSR215 Dual 15" 2-Way Bi-Amp Powered Speaker, Bass Reflex Type
Yamaha's revolutionary DSR Series of active loudspeakers take full advantage of our expertise and experience amassed as one of the world's leading pro audio manufacturers.
The DSR Series feature an ideal combination of advanced digital sound processing and the latest acoustic technologies for Integral Digital Tuning, plus our all-new D-CONTOUR multi-band dynamic processing for Intelligent Dynamic Control. Furthermore, they harness our next-generation high power Class-D amplifiers, featuring PFC switching mode power supply for Powerful Digital Drive while power supply, amplifiers, and transducers are continuously monitored by Extensive DSP Protection.
These core elements give the DSR Series the capability to deliver class leading power, extreme sound pressure levels and a listening experience that re-defines high definition audio. For loudspeakers you can count on to deliver the musicality and sound that will thrill audiences night after night, let the DSR Series power your performances to incredible new heights.
Next-generation active loudspeakers incorporating high performance DSP* and all-new high power Class-D amplifiers with PFC switching mode power supply
*full range models only
Amplifier Type Class-D
Power Rating: 1300W
Cooling: Natural Convection
Advanced digital sound processing
FIR-X tuning™ for the smoothest possible crossover transitions
High power DSP and 24-bit discrete ADCs and DACs for maximum dynamic range
D-CONTOUR(Dynamic-CONTOUR) multi-band dynamic processing provides consistent clarity at both high and low output levels.
Compact and lightweight, yet capable of 1300W*(LF850W, HF450W) power output.
Loudest,cleanest output of any loudspeakers in their class.
Extensive protection of the transducers, amplifiers and power supply from high performance DSP.
Premium-grade, custom-designed transducers
Exclusive LTBD (Long Throw, Broad Dispersion) Constant Directivity Waveguide Horns provide expansive 90° × 60° coverage.
Weight: 109 lbs.