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Dynacord adds SUB 112 and D8 to the D-Lite series

Dynacord D-Lite SUB 112 and  D 8 fullrange system First introduced in 2005, Dynacord's D-Lite series is rounded off adding the D8 two-way full-range speaker system and the SUB 112 twelve-inch subwoofer to the successful series. The D8 two-way full-range box and the SUB 112 subwoofer are as compact as they are powerful. Both new models in the D-Lite series are the result of a well-considered process of optimization. Their most sound pressure levels, low distortion, compact dimensions and subtle styling make the D8 and SUB112 equally suitable for mobile and fixed professional sound reinforcement applications.
Compact, light, robust and with power handling of 250/1000W (rated/peak), the D8 achieves a maximum sound pressure level of 124 dB and covers the entire range from 65Hz to 20 kHz. The enclosure, which is made from a particularly resilient ABS, houses a low-distortion DND8200-8 neodymium driver for the bass and midrange, a constant-directivity HF horn (nominal coverage pattern 90 x 90°) driven by an Electro-Voice DH3.
These quality components offer an extremely low level of distortion, intelligibility, and natural reproduction. An extensive range of accessories and a choice of two colours (black or white) add to the attractive feature set of the D8, which weighs in just under nine kilos.
Despite its compact dimensions and lightweight construction, the SUB 112 delivers up to 124 dB iof sound pressure level. The vented direct-radiating enclosure is armed with a high-power Dynacord DND12S400 neodymium woofer and features a conical reflex design providing negligible airflow loss, low wind noise, and very little distortion.
Thanks to the integration of a passive filter, the SUB 112 commends itself as a direct, bass extension switched parallel to suitably equipped full-range cabinets like the Dynacord D8. The compact and resilient enclosure is made from 15mm birch multiplex with a dual-component coating.
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