Rochester, NY (July 18, 2017)—Fulcrum Acoustic’s CCX1295 is a coaxial, passive subcardioid loudspeaker that notably provides 9 dB of low frequency attenuation in its rear hemisphere while still providing the output capability of a normal two-way compact enclosure.

Its nominal maximum SPL (peak and continuous) is 137 dB and 131 dB, respectively. Recommended amplification for the CCX1295 is 400 to 800 W at 8 ohms.

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Available in white or black with comprehensive suspension points overall, the CCX1295 covers a 71 Hz to 20 kHz frequency range via its coaxial three-inch titanium diaphragm compression driver and 12-inch woofer coupled with a 90- x 45-degree horn, which can be rotated in 45-degree increments.

Notably, the enclosure’s 40-degree vertically trapezoidal shape allows it to be mounted very close to ceilings, reducing effect on sight lines.

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