Montarbo W28A Active Speakerâ€“ 1200W ( 900 + 300 )
MontarboÂ® processor controled active speaker system;
- Output power :Â 900 W continuous (1200 W peak) for low frequencies /Â 300 W continuous (350 W peak) for high frequencies
- Montarbo active subwoofer 218SA, with built-in stereo electronic crossover.
- – two 15â€³ neodymium magnet high efficiency woofers for the bass section
– 4â€ voice coil, coupled with a constant directivity horn (60Â°x40Â°) for the mid-high section.
– innovative 2â€³ neodymium compression driver with titanium diaphragm
- 2 built-in MosFet class AB power amplifiers with dedicated active processors, featuring independent time constants and operating thresholds that are sensitive to line voltage, limiting any excessive voice coil movement while also drastically diminishing the effects of â€˜power compressionâ€™
- Active cross-over filter (24 dB/oct Linkwitz-Riley, 900 Hz)
- Forced cooling provided by a thermostatically controlled low turbolence fan.
- Cabinet is reinforced with internal steel braces.
Montarbo is registered trademark of Elettronica Montarbo s.r.l. â€“ Bologna (Italy)
The main picture was taken with a FUJIFILM brand camera, model FinePix S5700 S700 on Sunday 14th March 2010 by the Robert & Mihaela Vicol photographers.
As basic settings, an exposure time of 10/450 (22.222ms ) was used with aperture f/3.5 and the ISO Speed of the camera was 200. Actual focal length of the lens was 630/100 (6.3mm) with unknown lens model (range).
The actual file size is 2.9 MBytes, resolution is 2304px on the horizontal and 3072px on the vertically and the original (or modified) file name is Montarbo-W28A-Active-Speaker_62967.jpg (media type is image/jpeg).
The photo original orientation was portret with an X Resolution DPI equal to 72/1 and Y-Resolution DPI equal to 72/1.
Other camera settings (and APEX value) were the lens aperture 360/100, status of flash equal with 25, shutter speed 550/100 and brightness value 310/100 (6.3).
Note: It looks like the current size of the image was changed by rotating the image to another position but the original orientation of the photo remained the same.