HiMaxX is a compact and light-weight loudspeaker enclosure that brilliantly meets all of the most demanding needs from audiophiles, musicians, and professionals seeking powerful, versatile, and extremely high-quality loudspeaker enclosures. They're ideal for live and sound reinforcement applications that require portability, but their format and optional accessories also make them suitable for fixed installations.
A powerful dynamic design with clean, forceful lines. Thanks to its specific mounting points and available attachments, this durable light-weight box ensures tremendous versatility and is ready for installation. The enclosures can be utilised as stage monitors because to their asymmetrical form.
A uniquely designed control panel guarantees intuitive control and convenience of use. Mic/line input, auxiliary stereo input (HiMaxX 40a), three-band EQ, ground-lift, and diagnostic LED
In partnership with B&C, the loudspeaker was completely redesigned. FBT researched and developed a unique chassis, a more effective ventilation circuit with a 2dB "power compression" reduction, a significantly stronger cone to improve reliability and distortion, and a more powerful neodymium magnet to improve control and efficiency.
The FBT R&D labs have spent years researching and developing the unique amplifier. It uses cutting-edge technology to combine the opposing characteristics of lightness, high power, efficiency, and dependability. A switch mode power supply to reduce weight and boost power output velocity, as well as a very high performance PWM amplifier at low frequencies to maximise power output while reducing heat dissipation.
The equalisation, 24dB/oct crossover, complex protections, limiter, and control panel commands are all handled by the silent preamplifier made with SMD technology.
The horn's contour has been altered to improve directivity control and reduce distortion. The angle of dispersion is 90°H x 60°V.
The development of a polypropylene box with injection of perfectly inert GAS and effective reflex ducts free of unwanted turbulence was based on research conducted with the university on the cabinet's resonance and the fluid dynamics of the air.
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