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P150-2226


The P.Audio P150-2226 is a high output low frequency to mid range transducer designed with a vintage voicing. The P150-2226 is an upgraded design that features many of P.Audios new technologies and performance upgrades. The 15 inch (381mm) diameter piston will produce extremely high sound pressure levels at from low frequencies thru the upper mid range and is ideal for high level two way and three way sound reinforcement systems. The P150-2226 is well suited for both live sound and recorded music venues. The transducer uses high energy ferrite magnetics to achieve a very high acoustic output.

The P150-2226 employs a large 3.9 inch (99.3mm) diameter voice coil and. has been upgraded to an AES rated 1000 watts of continuous power handling and a full 4000 watts of peak rated power handling when sufficient amplifier headroom is available. The P150-2226 utilizes P.Audios Auto Balanced Cooling (ABC) technology to not only improve transducer power handling and reliability but to also increase power compression performance by carefully balancing and directing airflow to critical areas.

The voice coil design is bobbin wound geometry with P.Audios rectangular wire technology to improve conversion efficiency and provide a large crosssectional area for superior cooling.

The transducer employs magnetic flux demodulation devices in the structure to increase fidelity and sonic accuracy. The system suspension has been designed specifically for high linear displacement and extended low frequency response.

The transducer chassis is a die cast aluminum design that insures a very high degree of structural integrity.

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

  Nominal diameter   381 mm/15 in
  Power rating   1000 W(AES)
  Nominal impedance   8Ω
  Sensitivity   97 dB
  Frequency range   40-2000 Hz
  Chassis type   Cast aluminum
  Magnet type   Ferrite
  Magnet weight   2.85 kg/100.6 oz
  Voice coil diameter   99.3 mm/4 in
  Coil material   AL-R
  Former material   Glass fiber
  Cone material   Paper
  Surround material   Cloth
  Suspension   Single
  X-max   5.5 mm/0.22 in
  Gap depth   8 mm/0.31 in
  Voice coil winding width   19 mm/0.75 in
  Packing dimension WxDxH (mm)   430 x 430 x 200
  Net weight   10.4 kg/22.9 lb
  Shipping weight   11.4 kg/25.1 lb

FEATURES

  • 3.9” Large FormatVoice Coil
  • 4000 Watts Peak Power Handling
  • Active Balanced Cooling
  • Integrated Demodulation Rings
  • Ferrite Magnetics
  • Precision Rectangular Ribbon Wire Geometry
  • Die Cast Aluminum Chassis

SMALL SIGNAL PARAMETERS

  Re   5.3Ω
  Fs   43 Hz
  Mms   100.85 g/3.56 oz
  Mmd   2.85 kg/100.6 oz
  Qms   6.21
  Qes   0.35
  Qts   0.33
  Vas   161.66 lt/5.71 ft3
  SD   908 cm2
  BI   20.14 Tm
  Cms   1.4e-04 m/N
  Rms   4.29 Ns/m
  Le (at 1kHz)   0.63 mH

P150-2226


The P.Audio P150-2226 is a high output low frequency to mid range transducer designed with a vintage voicing. The P150-2226 is an upgraded design that features many of P.Audios new technologies and performance upgrades. The 15 inch (381mm) diameter piston will produce extremely high sound pressure levels at from low frequencies thru the upper mid range and is ideal for high level two way and three way sound reinforcement systems. The P150-2226 is well suited for both live sound and recorded music venues. The transducer uses high energy ferrite magnetics to achieve a very high acoustic output.

The P150-2226 employs a large 3.9 inch (99.3mm) diameter voice coil and. has been upgraded to an AES rated 1000 watts of continuous power handling and a full 4000 watts of peak rated power handling when sufficient amplifier headroom is available. The P150-2226 utilizes P.Audios Auto Balanced Cooling (ABC) technology to not only improve transducer power handling and reliability but to also increase power compression performance by carefully balancing and directing airflow to critical areas.

The voice coil design is bobbin wound geometry with P.Audios rectangular wire technology to improve conversion efficiency and provide a large crosssectional area for superior cooling.

The transducer employs magnetic flux demodulation devices in the structure to increase fidelity and sonic accuracy. The system suspension has been designed specifically for high linear displacement and extended low frequency response.

The transducer chassis is a die cast aluminum design that insures a very high degree of structural integrity.