d&b Q10 loudspeaker

d&b Q10 loudspeaker

The d&b Q10 loudspeaker is almost identical to the d&b Q7 but features a wider 110° horizontal dispersion pattern.

The d&b Q10 is a 110° x 40° passive 2-way loudspeaker housing two 10″ LF drivers and a 1.3″ HF compression driver with a rotatable constant directivity horn and a passive crossover network. The two 10″ neodymium LF drivers are positioned in a dipolar arrangement providing exceptional vertical dispersion control with the nominal angle being maintained down to 400 Hz. The d&b Q10 can be used as a stand-alone full range system or in combination with other d&b Q-Series cabinets ground stacked or mounted on a high stand with the Q Flying bracket. When used in the upright configuration it has a very accurate 110° horizontal constant directivity behaviour that is maintained down to approximately 800 Hz. Its wide constant directivity performance provides remarkable transparency when used in close proximity to listeners. It is also ideally suited to ambient and / or distributed sound reinforcement tasks where orientation within the sound field is critical. The Q10 cabinet is constructed from marine plywood and has an impact resistant paint finish. The front of the loudspeaker cabinet is protected by a rigid metal grill, covered with a replaceable acoustically transparent foam. The cabinet incorporates a pair of handles and mounted on the rear panel are two EP5 connectors wired in parallel.

Specifications

Components 2 x 10″ driver / 1.3″ compression driver
Max. sound pressure (1m, free field)1 with D6 / D12 133 / 137 dB SPL
Power handling capacity (RMS / peak 10 ms) 400 / 1600 W
Frequency response (-5 dB) 60 / 1002 Hz – 17 kHz
Nominal dispersion angle (h x v) 110° x 40°34 CD
Cabinets per channel D6 / D12 2 / 25
Dimensions mm (H x W x D) 580 x 308 x 410
Weight kg 22
Dimensions inch (H x W x D) 22.8 x 12.1 x 16.1
Weight lb 49
1   SPL max peak test signal: pink noise with crest factor 4
2   standard/CUT mode
3   ≥ 400 Hz in dipolar direction
4   horn 90° rotatable
5   in applications with low continuous levels or low ambient temperatures up to three loudspeakers per channel D12 may be connected