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Amate launches Nítid PR series

Amate launches Nítid PR series
The N12PR, N15PR and N18WPR

Amate launches Nítid PR series

The three models in the Nítid PR series of loudspeakers feature lower power specifications

For users looking for lower power specifications and cost savings in small- and mid-sized venues, Amate has released the Nítid PR series of loudspeakers. The three models – the N12PR, N15PR and N18WPR – all feature the same low form factor, design and polyurea-finished, birch-ply construction as their higher power-rated siblings. They also include Amate’s proprietary 2mm thick speaker grilles.

The asymmetrical trapezoidal form factor of the N12PR and N15PR enables the cabinets to be deployed (stacked or pole-mounted) as point source main PA or horizontally in floor monitor mode. The N12PR comprises a 50–100° x 55° asymmetrical rotational horn, while the N15PR has a 50–60° x 50° horn. The N12PR and N15PR two-way, full-range systems boast programme power ratings of 400W and 800W, and high continuous maximum SPL outputs of 123dB and 128dB, respectively. The N12PR includes a 2-inch voice coil, 12-inch MF/LF driver and a 1.4-inch PETP diaphragm compression driver coupled with the asymmetrical horn; the N15PR has a 3-inch voice coil, 15-inch MF/LF driver and a 1.75-inch PM4 diaphragm compression driver. Weighing just 18.2kg (N12PR) and 27.8kg (N15PR), both systems come with M8 rigging points for flying, 35mm diameter pole-mount sockets mounted for a standard tripod and protective rubber profiles.

The N18WPR is a lightweight and compact 18-inch sub. The bass-reflex, tuned laminar ported cabinet is said to optimise the performance of the 4-inch voice coil and 18-inch driver. Maximum power handling is rated at 2,000W programme and 1,000W RMS. Continuous maximum SPL is rated at 130dB and the enclosure weighs under 50kg. Dedicated loudspeaker management presets for all three models are available on the LMS206 processor and TPD processor amp.

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