BM12S

BM12S

With the substantial amount of power coming from the 12" woofer and an impressive low frequency limit of 18 Hz, this subwoofer is the perfect match for the BM and M range.

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Introduction

With the substantial amount of power coming from the 12' woofer and an impressive low frequency limit of 18 Hz, this subwoofer is the perfect match for the BM and M range.

With the substantial amount of power coming from the 12" woofer and an impressive low frequency limit of 18 Hz, this subwoofer is the perfect match for the BM and M range.

For larger multichannel setups with e.g. five M1.5's, multiple BM 12S's will be a preferred choice. Working at 250 W @ 4 Ohms it delivers a very powerful bottom for larger studios.

Renowned Dynaudio driver technology ensures that all listening is clear and crisp, while giving a remarkable depth to your sound, not least due to the low frequency limit of 18 Hz.

BM 12S will support the most demanding circumstances in stereo and multichannel monitoring. Intended for challenging users and setups, this sub will come in handy when the going gets tough. As all other products from Dynaudio Acoustics, the BM 12S is designed for longevity and optimum performance.

With all the extra features that are accessible via the included DSC 1M Remote Control, the BM 12S is a breeze to operate and you are ensured the very best sound and punch you can imagine.

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BM12S

Specifications

  • Status Discontinued
  • Segment Pro
  • Series BM Legacy
  • Type Subwoofer
  • Analog inputs XLR, RCA
  • Amplifier Power (W) 250W
  • Max Power Consumption (W) 480
  • Lower Cutoff (Hz @85 dB +/- 3 dB) 18
  • Upper Cutoff (Hz @ 85dB +/- 3 dB) 250
  • Box Principle Sealed
  • Woofer 12in MSP
  • Weight kg 28.2

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    The BM Legacy series

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    • Type:
    • Analog inputs:
    • Analog outputs:
    • Amplifier Power (W):
    • AC Power Input:
    • Max Power Consumption (W):
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    • BM12S
    • Discontinued
    • Pro
    • BM Legacy
    • Subwoofer
    • XLR, RCA
    • 250W
    • 480
    • 18
    • 250
    • Sealed
    • BM 14S
    • Discontinued
    • Pro
    • Subwoofers
    • Subwoofer
    • XLR
    • 1x XLR Slave out, 2x XLR SAT out
    • 300W
    • 100-120 V/200-240 V 50/60 Hz
    • 300
    • 18
    • 250
    • Sealed
    • BM14S II
    • Discontinued
    • Pro
    • Subwoofers
    • Subwoofer
    • XLR
    • 1x XLR Slave out, 2x XLR SAT out
    • 300W
    • 100-120 V/200-240 V 50/60 Hz
    • 18
    • 250
    • Sealed
    • BM 9S
    • Discontinued
    • Pro
    • Subwoofers
    • Subwoofer
    • XLR
    • 1x XLR Slave out, 2x XLR SAT out
    • 300W
    • 100-120 V/200-240 V 50/60 Hz
    • 300
    • 29
    • 250
    • Sealed
    • BM9S II
    • Discontinued
    • Pro
    • Subwoofers
    • Subwoofer
    • XLR
    • 1x XLR Slave out, 2x XLR SAT out
    • 300W
    • 100-120 V/200-240 V 50/60 Hz
    • 29
    • 250
    • Sealed

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