Krix Sonix MK3 Centre Channel Speaker

Krix Sonix MK3 Centre Channel Speaker

$395.00

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Product Description

  • Compact size fits most TV cabinets
  • Bring movie dialogue to life
  • No more need for TV speakers

Improve the dialogue in movies and your favourite TV shows. Subtle design, compact size and front-facing ports make it the ideal speaker for placing unobtrusively on top of or inside cabinetry.

VOCAL CLARITY

Producing dialogue with exceptional precision, this speaker was specifically designed to be used in home theatre systems. With its subtle design, the Sonix Mk3 blends into its surroundings.

High frequencies are delivered by a 26mm ring radiator tweeter, with central waveguide for improved intelligibility and transparency. Bass and midrange are delivered by dual 100mm drivers, with dual front ports releasing bass energy forward – making it ideal for placing inside your TV cabinet.

Perfectly sized for placement around AV components, the Sonix Mk3 is designed to slip neatly into most TV cabinets and joinery, allowing your screen to be the hero.

For the ultimate sound experience at home, play it through Krix.

SPECIFICATIONS

Frequency Range
65Hz-40kHz in room response

Power Handling
20 – 140 Watts RMS recommended amplifier power

Sensitivity
88dB for 2.83 volts at 1 metre

Impedance
Nominally 6 Ohms (minimum 4.2 Ohms)

Configuration
D’Appolito, 2-way

Enclosure Type
Bass reflex, front vented with internal X bracing

Dimensions
125mm high x 435mm wide x 160 mmdeep

Low Frequency Drivers
2 x nominal 100mm (4″) doped paper cones. 26mm (1″) voice coil wound on high powered aluminium former

High Frequency Driver
26mm (1″) dual concentric diaphragm with wave-guide centre plug for controlled directivity. Neodymium magnet

Input Terminals
Gold plated binding posts

Weight
4kg each

Additional Information

Brand

Krix

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