Apogee AE-3 Monitors [Pair]

Apogee AE-3 Monitors [Pair]

$90.00Price
The AE-3Ms2 two-way, single-amped system produces high acoustic output from a small enclosure. Its had 2 wedge angles, pole mount and rigging points.

Pair comes with a matched Processor/Amp, and 2 NL4 cables.
Speaker Accessories
  • Details

    Driver Complement:
    Low Frequency: One Apogee 10"(254mm) permanent magnet cone-type driver is treated with a waterproofing compound, providing resistance to moisture, and enabling long-term stability of cone resonance and cone mass parameters
    High Frequency: One Apogee 1"(25mm) horn-loaded compression driver
    Input Connectors:
    Neutrik™ NL4 MP Speakon™
    connectors standard; Cannon EP
    series optional
    Compatible Processors:
    DLC
    24
    Digital Controller
    Handles:
    Two handles designed as an integral part of enclosure
    (no moving parts)
    Grille:
    Powder-coated, diamond-punched steel with acoustic foam covering
    Trim:
    Protective steel skids on bottom edges; powder-coated for durability
    Rigging Hardware:
    Two 12-gauge steel nutplates, mounted on either side, recessed,nominally flush; accepts 3/8"-16 thread (10mm nutplate optional);
    nutplates are backed with 12-gauge steel internal brackets
    Finish:
    Textured high-strength black epoxy paint
    Enclosure Type:
    Multi-angle floor monitor, optimally-vented bass
    Cabinet Construction:
    Multi-ply birch with stainless steel fasteners
    Stage Monitor System
    Engineering Data:
    Description:
    Format:
    Single-amped/Two-way/Electronically-coupled
    Dispersion: H:45° x V:70°
    Frequency Response (1m on axis):70Hz to 18kHz ±3dB
    Max. SPL (@1m):121dB cont./127dB peak
    PTML (peak transient mechanical limit):138dB
    Sensitivity (1W @ 1m):99.5dB/200Hz to4kHz
    Nominal Impedance:8ohms
    Max. Power Handling:300W cont./1200W peak
    Dimensions:16.25"(413mm) W x12.5"(318mm) H x14"(356mm) D
    Weight: 36lb. (16.4kg)

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