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Nexo’s smallest loudspeaker to date

Nexo’s smallest loudspeaker to date
The ID14 is available in various colours

Nexo’s smallest loudspeaker to date

Nexo launches the ID14 and the companion IDS108 subwoofer

Nexo has followed up on the success of its ID24 cabinet with the launch of the ID14 and the companion IDS108 subwoofer joining the existing IDS110 and IDS210 models. The dual concentric design features a coaxial 4-inch LF driver with a 1.3-inch voice coil and a 1.4-inch diaphragm for the high frequencies. Two directivity options can be applied in the form of a standard 100° x 100° horn or an asymmetric alternative offering 90° x 140° dispersion. Manufactured in France, the ID14 is capable of producing a peak output of 116dB with a frequency response of 120Hz – 20kHz (–6dB). When paired with the IDS108 8-inch bass-reflex subwoofer, low-frequency extension to 63Hz can be attained.

Available in black, white or any RAL colour, the IP55-rated, weather-resistant cabinet comes with a comprehensive range of accessories. The rear of the fully symmetric design incorporates two M6 inserts for wall-mount applications and a dedicated U bracket can be added for installing on a microphone stand. Sharing the same acoustic components, two versions of the ID14 are available. The Installation version features an acoustic fabric-fitted front grille and there is a cable gland with two-core cable for audio input offering IP55 protection. The Touring version of the iD14 uses a Magnelis steel grille and the back plate holds two speakON connectors.

The ID14 and IDS108
The ID14 and IDS108

Designed to overcome architectural challenges in historic buildings, while providing unobtrusive high-power performance, the ID14 is ideal for surround sound and immersive audio applications.

The recommended amplification solution is the NXAMP4x1Mk2 Powered TDController, which can power up to eight ID14s per channel. A dedicated setup for each directivity is available on the NXAMP, ensuring perfect coverage at any frequency. Additionally, the DTDAMP4x0.7, paired with a DTDcontroller, can power up to four ID14s per channel.



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