linearray VT-62


X-ray sub

linearray X-ray Sub

X-ray sub general description

Features X-ray sub

  • 15" neodymium speaker (4"/100mm voice coil)
  • Kevlar™ cone
  • bass reflex design
  • rigging (flying) hardware integrated
  • M20 pole mount plate
  • 2 Neutrik speakon 4-pin
  • bass link function
  • perforated steel front grill powder coated
  • acoustic fabric behind front grill
  • 4 x rubber feet
  • stackable
  • plywood wood housing
  • polyurea (PU) high scratch proof coating
  • optional regular painting black or white

linearray VT-62

linearray VT-62

linearray VT-62

The X-ray sub is the low-mid extension for the X-ray 8 Line Array. The X-ray sub is equipped with a compatible flying hardware to X-ray 8.

Additional to the two front hanging rails the X-ray sub has another two mirrored hanging rails on the rear side. This provides the option to hang or stack the X-ray subs in the module of forward and 180° inverse backward for cardioid applications.

The two parallel 4-pin speakon sockets on the front fulfill the easy connection for cardioid purpose. Unified with the X-ray 8, the X-ray sub adopts a newly developed Kevlar™ cone transducer as well.

The advantage of Kevlar™ cone, a paramid synthetic fiber material, is referred in detail in the DM of the X-ray 8. The high tech 15” transducer is designed with neodymium magnet to minimize the weight.

The X-ray sub can also be used as a compact powerful subwoofer together with regular satellite speaker cabinets. As a woofer of satellite system it is equipped with a M20 pole mount plate.

X-ray sub specification
rated impedance (optional) 8Ω (16Ω)
power handling capacity AES/peak* 1000W / 3000W*
available frequency response** 38Hz-250Hz
max. sound pressure level*** 132dB
transducer rated size 15"
midrange-transducer voice coil Ø 4" (100mm)
transducer magnet structure neodymium
transducer cone material Kevlar™
dimension w/h/d in mm 580/500/550
weight 37,5kg

* peak 10ms, with TD-8000 amplifier and X-ray sub max controller setup
** -10dB with X-ray sub FR controller setup
***1m free field, pink noise, crest factor 10dB, with TD-8000 and X-ray sub SPL controller setup
NOTE: Kevlar is a trade mark of DuPont for para-aramid synthetic fiber