Delta 12" Professional Full Range 2-Way Passive Stage Wedge Monitor 400w RMS
Product Code: BDM12P
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My 12" Two Way Delta Professional Wedge Monitor is simply superb, crystal clear with the ultimate on stage penetration
With our cast alloy woofer and BRC175 HF titanium compression driver this 2 -way monitor is crystal clear from 50 Hz up to 18KHz. The 45 degree angle is perfect for performers to hear precisely what they are singing or playing.
Performers who use them have voted the BishopSound Delta Wedge Monitor the Number 1 for clarity and performance.
Clarity is king with this my BDM12P, the ultimate stage wedge monitor.
Many of you will know i am the expert in wedge monitors because I get the angle right, use purpose made components and put all the constituent parts in the right place. I have been making wedge monitors for a significant number of years.
These Delta Wedge Monitors are made to meet the toughest conditions whilst touring in the studio or in fixed club situation.
The thick metal grill protects the drivers from damage.
The 2 circular metal speakon sockets are concealed on the rear of the delta wedge monitor to allow ease of linking and protection against the rigors of a live stage performance.
Birch plywood construction means that if artists feel the need to climb on the top no damage is done. And if the roadie is on a promise rough handling on "pull out" will not be apparent.
The tough 3 stage paint process gives a waterproof highly durable finish. DuraTex® is a high performance protective texture coating with tremendous adhesion to wood. It is a 3 part spray process creating a tough, beautiful, weather resistant and easily maintained texture surface. DuraTex® provides the ultimate protection to wood speaker cabinets, road cases and other applications. DuraTex® is a blend of highly technical polymers, and special LOW V.O.C coalescent's for creating high relief spatter textures.
For more detail on the Delta Wedge Monitor call Andrew on 01765 698233 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Simply send the mix for each monitor to its own amplifier if its active or connect the amplifier to the monitor using loudspeaker cable.
Vocalists want to hear their own voices at high volume. Microphones need relatively high channel gain for vocals and as a vocalist's ears are very close to his or her microphone. This means a possibility of feedback from vocal monitors.
Position the microphone and monitor so that the microphone is pointing away from the monitor. This places the monitor where the microphone is least sensitive, and will give that monitor several extra decibels of valuable feedback rejection.
It is better to use a hypercardioid microphone. With hypercardioid mics, try to position the monitors so that the back of the microphone is about 60 degrees off axis from the high-frequency horn
Reflection of sound can also be a problem: sound from a monitor can reflect from nearby surfaces (including the singer) into the vocal mic.
Sound from the monitor will reflect off the back wall of the stage, if monitor levels are too high the reflected sound could interfere with the front-of-house mix.
A monitor mix does not need low-frequency output (unless its a drum fill where 15" monitors may be better) low-frequency sound is directional, performers will hear the low frequencies from front-of-house cabinets and backline amplifiers. You will get a better level in vocal monitors if you roll off the low frequencies.
- System Type
- 2- Way Full Range
- Frequency Response
- 50Hz - 18KHz
- Made By BishopSound LF = 1 x 12" Cast Alloy & HF = 1.75 Titanium Dome
- Impedance (OHM)
- 8 ohm
- Sensitivity - (1w/1m: dB)
- 98 dB
- Rated Power
- 400w RMS
- 1200 WATTS
- Max SPL (dB)
- 128 dB
- Diffusion Angle
- 80° x 50° (HxV)
- BishopSound Internal Crossover Fitted
- Carton Size
- 57cm x 40cm x 69cm
- Top Hat
- 59cm x 48cm x 32cm
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