Martin Audio CDD-WR now shipping

Weatherised installation loudspeaker series making its way out into the industry
Martin Audio's CDD-WR weatherised installation loudspeaker series is now shipping.
Martin Audio's CDD-WR weatherised installation loudspeaker series is now shipping.


The new CDD-WR weatherised installation loudspeaker series by Martin Audio is now shipping.

Featuring patented Coaxial Differential Dispersion technology, the CDD-WR range delivers improved coverage and consistency, with the need for fewer speakers than those with traditional fixed dispersion X° x Y° horns, and is designed for outdoor operation where it will be subject to changing environmental conditions, but sheltered from direct exposure to the elements. Weatherised mounting brackets are also available.

CDD-WR loudspeakers meet a rating of IP54 and feature a weatherised water resistant grille made from zinc plated mild steel with a powder coated finish. CSX-WR subwoofers in the series have an IP24 rating and feature a zinc plated mild steel grille with powder coated finish, plywood cabinets with polyurea finish and are flyable with stainless steel fixings.

Martin Audio product manager, David Morbey, commented: “We are delighted with the interest that has been shown in CDD-WR since it was first unveiled and are pleased that we are now able to get this out to the marketplace.

He continued: “Architects had already seen the value of CDD’s discreet design and fewer speakers. Now with the introduction of CDD-WR we can extend the same benefits of consistent coverage to outdoor environments including outdoor stadia, transport hubs, concourses and theme parks.”

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