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TOA HX-7W User manual
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Speaker systems
WARNING
HX-7B
HX-7W
HX-7B-WP
HX-7W-WP
When using the speaker as shipped from the factory, be sure
to retighten the bolts holding the rear-mounted brackets with a
designated tightening torque. (See p. 8, "When Using the
Directivity Angle at 0º Mode.")
Failure to retighten the bolts may cause the speaker to fall, resulting
in personal injury.
Thank you for purchasing TOA’s Speaker Systems.
Please carefully follow the instructions in this manual to ensure long, trouble-free use of your equipment.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .............................................................................. 3
2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION ........................................................................... 4
3. FEATURES ............................................................................................................. 4
4. NOTES ON OUTDOOR INSTALLATIONS
(HX-7B-WP and HX-7W-WP only) ................................................................................ 5
5. DIMENSIONAL DIAGRAM ........................................................................... 5
6. Input SECTION ................................................................................................. 6
6.1. HX-7B and HX-7W .................................................................................................. 6
6.2. HX-7B-WP and HX-7W-WP ................................................................................... 7
7. Setting THE SPEAKER’S DIRECTIVITY ANGLE mode .... 7
7.1. When Using the Directivity Angle at 0° Modes ....................................................... 8
7.2. Changing the Directivity Angle to Between 15° and 45° Modes ............................ 8
7.3. Changing the Directivity Angle to 60° Mode .......................................................... 9
8. USING THE SUPPLIED SUSPENSION BRACKETS
(HX-7B and HX-7W only) ............................................................................................. 9
9. OPTIONAL MOUNTING BRACKETS ................................................. 12
9.1. Types of Mounting Brackets ................................................................................. 12
9.2. Installation Examples ........................................................................................... 13
10. SAFETY WIRE INSTALLATION ........................................................... 14
11. EQUALIZATION USING
A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR .................................................... 15
12. COMBINATION WITH
THE MATCHING TRANSFORMER .................................................... 17
13. SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 17
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1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• Before installation or use, be sure to carefully read all the instructions in this section for correct and safe
operation.
• Be sure to follow all the precautionary instructions in this section, which contain important warnings and/or
cautions regarding safety.
• After reading, keep this manual handy for future reference.
Safety Symbol and Message Conventions
Safety symbols and messages described below are used in this manual to prevent bodily injury and property
damage which could result from mishandling. Before operating your product, read this manual first and
understand the safety symbols and messages so you are thoroughly aware of the potential safety hazards.
WARNING
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if mishandled, could
result in death or serious personal injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if mishandled, could
result in moderate or minor personal injury, and/or property damage.
WARNING
When Installing the Unit
• Avoid installing or mounting the speaker in unstable
locations, such as on a rickety table or a slanted
surface.
Doing so may result in the speaker falling down and
causing personal injury and/or property damage.
• Refer all installation work to the dealer from whom
the speaker was purchased. Installation for flying
requires extensive technical knowledge and
experience. The speaker may fall off if incorrectly
installed, resulting in possible personal injury.
• Flying Precautions
Be sure to follow the instructions below. Otherwise,
the suspension wires or belts may be off or snap
and the speaker may fall off, causing personal
injury.
· Check to confirm that the suspension wires and
belts are strong enough to withstand the speaker
load.
· The connectors of the suspension wires and belts
must be securely linked with those of the speaker.
· All parts and components (such as enclosures,
metal pieces, and screws) must be free from any
deformation, crack, and corrosion.
· Be sure to use screws supplied with the optional
flying hardware when installing the speaker using
such hardware.
• Install the speaker only in a location that can
structurally support the weight of the speaker and
the mounting bracket. Doing otherwise may result
in the speaker falling down and causing personal
injury and/or property damage.
• (HX-7B-WP and HX-7W-WP only)
When installing the speaker under the eaves in the
snowy area, take appropriate measures to prevent
snow from lying on the speaker. If snow lies on the
speaker, it may fall, causing personal injuries.
• Owing to the speaker’s size and weight, be sure
that at least two persons are available to install the
speaker. Failure to do so could result in personal
injury.
• (HX-7B and HX-7W only)
Since the speaker is designed for indoor use, do
not install it outdoors.
If installed outdoors, the aging of parts causes
the speaker to fall off, resulting in personal injury.
Also, when it gets wet with rain, there is a danger of
electric shock.
• Do not use other methods than specified to mount
the speaker. Extreme force is applied to the speaker
and it could fall off, possibly resulting in personal
injuries.
• Attach the safety wire to the speaker. If not attached,
the speaker could fall off, resulting in personal
injury.
• Use nuts and bolts that are appropriate for the
ceiling’s or wall’s structure and composition. Failure
to do so may cause the speaker to fall, resulting in
material damage and possible personal injury.
• Tighten each nut and bolt securely. Ensure that
the bracket has no loose joints after installation
to prevent accidents that could result in personal
injury.
• Use the specified mounting bracket and matching
transformer in combination.
Doing otherwise may cause the speaker or
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component to fall off, resulting in personal injury.
• Do not mount the speaker in locations exposed
to constant vibration. The mounting bracket can
be damaged by excessive vibration, potentially
causing the speaker to fall, which could result in
personal injury.
• Do not use anti-rust lubricant. If it contacts resin or
rubber parts, they could deteriorate and cause the
speaker to fall, possibly resulting in personal injury.
• Avoid installing the speaker in locations close to the
seashore or in indoor swimming facilities that are
not well ventilated. In such locations, the bracket
may be vulnerable to corrosion, eventually allowing
the speaker to fall resulting in personal injury.
CAUTION
When Installing the Unit
• Avoid touching the speaker’s sharp metal edge to
prevent injury.
• To avoid electric shocks, be sure to switch off the
amplifier’s power when connecting speakers.
When the Unit is in Use
• Do not place heavy objects on the speaker as this
may cause it to fall or break which may result in
personal injury and/or property damage. In addition,
the object itself may fall off and cause injury and/or
damage.
• Do not operate the speaker for an extended period
of time with the sound distorting. Doing so may
cause the connected speakers to heat, resulting in
a fire.
• Do not stand or sit on, nor hang down from the
speaker as this may cause it to fall down or drop,
resulting in personal injury and/or property damage.
• Have the speaker checked periodically by the shop
from where it was purchased. Failure to do so may
result in corrosion or damage to the speaker or its
mounting bracket that could cause the speaker to
fall, possibly causing personal injury.
2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The HX-7 Series is a 2-way compact speaker system that permits both constant directivity control over a wide
frequency range and changes in vertical directivity angle.
The HX-7 Series Speaker System employs its unique Wavefront control technology, providing clearly audible
speech amplification in locations that suffer from long reverberation times or high background noise levels.
The lineup consists of the HX-7B and HX-7W Speaker Systems for indoor applications, and the HX-7B-WP
and HX-7W-WP Speaker Systems for outdoor installations under eaves or other areas protected from direct
exposure to the elements. An optional selection of mounting brackets allows these speaker systems to meet a
wide range of acoustic applications, including both permanent and temporary installations.
3. FEATURES
• Each speaker module is equipped with two 13 cm (5.5") woofers and one compression driver. Four speaker
modules are combined into one high-quality, high-powered speaker system.
• TOA’s unique Wavefront control technology offers exceptional speech clarity and long-distance voice
transmission capabilities.
• The directivity angle mode of the four speaker modules in each speaker system can be changed to between
0° and 45°. The directivity angle mode can also be increased to a maximum angle of 60° by using optionally
available brackets.
• Ideal for both permanent and temporary installations, including both vertical and horizontal positioning.
• These speaker systems can be used in combination with the FB-150 Series Subwoofer System.
• Can be suspended by wires, chains or shackles with no need to use optional brackets.
• Optional mounting brackets allow use in a wide variety of applications, including suspension, ceiling mounting,
wall mounting, and speaker stand mounting. Mounting procedures are described in the instruction manuals
enclosed with the mounting bracket or stand adapter.
• Two speaker systems can be joined together using optional joint brackets.
• Speaker systems can also be connected to an amplifier’s high-impedance output with the use of an optional
matching transformer.
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4. NOTES ON OUTDOOR INSTALLATIONS (HX-7B-WP and HX-7W-WP only)
Only the HX-7B-WP and HX-7W-WP are suitable for installation under the eaves.
For installation under the eaves, observe the following precautions.
• All speaker modules must point downward from the
horizontal. Failure to do so could adversely affect
their intended splash-proof and weather-resistant
capability, leading to malfunction.
• Both the HX-7B-WP and the HX-7W-WP employ a
splash-proof construction that allows them to be
installed under the eaves, but they should only be
installed in locations where the ambient temperature
is within the range of –15 ºC to +50 ºC (5 ºF to 122 ºF).
Exceeding the temperature range will cause the
speaker to fail.
• Connect speaker cables using the supplied terminal
covers. (See p. 7.)
[Vertical installation]
Horizontal
Tilt down from the
horizontal.
5. DIMENSIONAL DIAGRAM
Unit: mm
[Top]
• HX-7B/7W Input section
Screw terminals
[Front]
[Side]
497 (19.57")
Screw terminals
Speakon
NL4MP connector
[Rear (HX-7B/7W)]
Input section
Attach the supplied
terminal cover.
(See p. 7.)
[Rear
(HX-7B-WP/7W-WP)]
Input section
664 (26.14")
274 (10.79")
• HX-7B-WP/7W-WP Input section
Note
In the above illustrations, the directivity angle is set to 0° mode (default setting).
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6. Input SECTION
6.1. HX-7B and HX-7W
• The 2 Speakon connectors are internally connected in parallel to the screw terminals; you can use either one.
• The right table shows the pin arrangement of the Speakon NL4MP connector.
Pin No.
1+
1–
2+
2–
HX-7B, HX-7W
Speaker +
Speaker –
–
–
• The usable connector (on the cable end) for the Speakon NL4MP is Speakon NL4FC or NL4FX.
• Wiring diagram of the input connectors is shown at right.
Speaker +
Speaker –
2–
+
2+
–
Screw terminal
2–
2+
1+
1–
1+
1–
Speakon NL4MP x 2
• Two speaker systems can be operated in parallel by connecting
them in a cascade configuration as shown at right.
Note
Be sure to connect the speaker system to the power amplifier’s
output terminal of 4 Ω or less.
Connecting it to an output terminal of over 4 Ω may cause
amplifier failure.
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First speaker
Second speaker
6.2. HX-7B-WP and HX-7W-WP
Connect the speaker cable to the screw terminal using the supplied terminal cover and rubber gasket.
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4
2
HX-7B-WP/7W-WP
Rear
Rubber gasket (accessory)
Input terminal
Terminal cover (accessory)
Bushing*
* Screwed onto the Terminal
cover at the factory.
1
Speaker cable
[Stripped conductor]
Black
(+)
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Tightening torque:
1.2 N·m
Tapping screw 4 x 16 (accessory)
White
(–)
10 mm
(0.39")
30 mm
(1.18")
Notes
• Separately prepare the speaker cable with a diameter of 6 – 10 mm (0.24 – 0.39"), which will fit the cable
bushing.
• To ensure waterproof capabilities, firmly mount the terminal cover to the speaker and tighten the bushing on
the cover. Also be sure to insert the rubber gasket between the terminal cover and the speaker.
Step 1. Feed the speaker cable through the bushing, terminal cover, and rubber gasket, then connect the cable
to the input terminal.
Step 2. Attach the rubber gasket and terminal cover to the speaker.
Attach the cover while pulling the cable so that it is not entangled inside the terminal cover.
Step 3. Hold the terminal cover tightly to the speaker using the supplied screws.
Step 4. Tighten the bushing.
Note
After tightening the bushing by hand, use a wrench to further tighten it another 90º (1/4-turn) or so.
Note that parts can be damaged by over-tightening.
7. Setting THE SPEAKER’S DIRECTIVITY ANGLE mode
The speaker’s directivity angle mode is factory-preset to 0° mode, but this mode can be changed to 15º mode,
30° mode, 45° mode, or 60° mode. (See p. 8 and 9.)
For 60° mode setting, an optional bracket is required. (See p. 9.)
[15° mode]
[0° mode (factory-preset)]
0°
15°
[45° mode]
[30° mode]
30°
45°
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WARNING
Tighten the bolts securely, as instructed below.
Failure to follow instructions precisely could result in a falling speaker
and potential personal injury.
• Ensure that all bolts are securely inserted as far as their threads go,
then securely fasten each bolt with a nut.
• Tighten all the bolts with the designated tightening torque.
For tightening, use a Phillips screwdriver, or open- or box-end wrench.
7.1. When Using the Directivity Angle at 0° Mode
Leave the positions of the bolts holding the rear angle bars unchanged as their default.
However, be sure to retighten all the bolts with the designated tightening torque to secure the rear angle bars.
Rear angle bar
Rear bracket
Tightening torque: 3 N·m
7.2. Changing the Directivity Angle to Between 15° and 45° Modes
Before changing angle modes, lay out a protective sheet, corrugated cardboard or other soft material on a flat
surface, and perform all work on the speaker with its front baffle facing downward. As the speaker assembly is
quite heavy, it is recommended that at least two persons be involved in the modification work. As an example,
the HX-7 Series speakers shown in the figure below are arranged in a direction that exposes the speaker’s leftside protection covers.
Fulcrum for
angle adjustment
Angle adjustment
hole
Rear angle bar
Rear bracket
Protection cover
Step 1. Remove one nut and bolt for each rear angle bar (as
indicated by the black arrow in the figure at right).
Notes
• The nut and bolt indicated by the white arrow become
the fulcrum for angle adjustment. Since the rear angle
bar can be moved at the fulcrum with the nut and bolt
assembled there, do not loosen or detach.
• Do not change the fulcrum position. If changed, the
directivity angle mode will not assume its specified value.
Step 2. Align the hole in the rear angle bar (disconnected in Step
1 above) with the desired directivity angle mode position,
then reinsert the bolt in the bracket and bar, and securely
tighten the bolt with a nut.
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1
Rear angle bar
Do not remove.
Remove.
Angle adjustment holes
0° mode
15° mode
30° mode
45° mode
Tightening torque:
3 N·m
Rear bracket
7.3. Changing the Directivity Angle to 60° Mode
Optional brackets are required to change to 60° mode.
Select the brackets that correspond to the speakers to be used.
Speaker system
HX-7B
HX-7W
HX-7B-WP
HX-7W-WP
Angle adjustment bracket (optional product)
HY-60DB
HY-60DW
HY-60DB-WP
HY-60DW-WP
For the mounting method of the angle adjustment bracket, refer to the bracket’s instruction manual.
8. USING THE SUPPLIED SUSPENSION BRACKETS (HX-7B and HY-7W only)
The HX-7B and HX-7W speaker systems can be suspended in either vertical or horizontal orientation using the
supplied suspension brackets.
Before mounting the suspension brackets, lay out a protective sheet, corrugated cardboard or other soft material
on a flat surface, and perform all work on the speaker with its front baffle facing downward.
WARNING
• Tighten the bolts securely, as instructed below.
Failure to follow instructions precisely could result in a falling speaker
and potential personal injury.
· Ensure that all bolts are securely inserted as far as their threads go,
then securely fasten each bolt with a nut.
· Tighten all the bolts with the designated tightening torque.
For tightening, use a Phillips screwdriver, or open- or box-end wrench.
• Owing to the speaker’s size and weight, be sure that at least two
persons are available for flying installation of the speaker. Failure to do
so could result in personal injury.
Step 1. Detach the side angle bolts indicated by the arrows in the figure below.
The bolts to be detached defer depending on the speaker’s vertical or horizontal suspension orientation.
[Vertical suspension]
[Horizontal suspension]
Note
The bolts on the opposite side of the speaker system can
also be detached for suspension bracket attachment.
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Step 2. Using the supplied bolts, tighten the suspension brackets together with the side angle plates.
Attach the brackets with the suspension holes facing outward.
Note
Do not use the bolts detached in Step 1.
[Vertical suspension]
Tightening torque:
3 N·m
Hex head bolt M6 x 20
(with spring and plain
washers, accessory)
Suspension hole
Suspension bracket
(accessory)
Side angle plate
[Horizontal suspension]
Tightening torque:
3 N·m
Hex head bolt M6 x 20
(with spring and plain
washers, accessory)
Suspension hole
Suspension bracket
(accessory)
Side angle plate
Side angle plate
Note
Suspension bracket arrangement differs when two joined speaker systems are suspended horizontally.
For details, refer to the installation manual supplied with the optional HY-CN7 Series Speaker
Connection Bracket.
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Step 3. Suspend the speaker system at 3 points using appropriate commercially obtained wires, chains, or
anchor shackles.
WARNING
Observe the following instructions when suspending the
speakers.
Doing otherwise may cause the speaker system to fall, potentially
resulting in personal injury.
• Use wires, chains, or anchor shackles that are strong enough
to withstand the total weight of the suspended components.
• Pass anchor shackles, etc. through the holes in the suspension
brackets (2 places) and the rear bracket (1 place).
• When suspending joined speaker systems horizontally, hang
each speaker at 3 points shown in the figure below.
[Vertical suspension]
[Horizontal suspension]
Suspension bracket
(accessory)
Suspension bracket
(accessory)
Rear angle bar
Rear bracket
Rear bracket
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9. OPTIONAL MOUNTING BRACKETS
9.1. Types of Mounting Brackets
The following mounting brackets are optional. For usage, refer to the instruction manual enclosed with each
set of brackets.
[Table of Mounting Brackets for Speaker Systems]
Speaker system
Mounting bracket
HX-7B HX-7W
HX-7B-WP HX-7W-WP
For joining two speaker
systems together,
permitting directivity to
be controlled for lower
frequencies.
For changing speaker
system directivity angle
mode to 60°.
Speaker
HY-CN7B
connection bracket HY-CN7W
HY-CN7B-WP
HY-CN7W-WP
Angle adjustment
bracket
Speaker rigging
frame *1
Speaker rigging
bracket *1, *2
HY-60DB
HY-60DW
HY-60DB-WP
HY-60DW-WP
HY-PF7B
HY-PF7W
HY-VM7B
For high ceiling speaker
suspension.
For direct mounting to
indoor ceilings or structural
beams. Flying installations
also possible by attaching
eyebolts.
HY-VM7W
Speaker wall
mounting bracket
*1, *3
HY-WM7B
For direct mounting to
indoor walls. Speaker
systems can be tilted
downward or rotated
horizontally while mounted
to the wall. Designed for
use with HY-VM7B or HYVM7W brackets.
HY-WM7W
Speaker stand
adapter *1, *3
HY-ST7
Speaker rigging
bracket *1, *3
HY-TM7B-WP
Speaker wall
mounting bracket
*1, *3
Matching
transformer
adapter
For indoor installations on
speaker stands.
Note
Prepare speaker stands
and speaker stand
adapters separately.
For direct mounting to
building structures, such
as ceilings and under-eave
beams.
HY-TM7W-WP
HY-MS7B-WP
For mounting to undereave walls.
HY-MS7W-WP
HY-MT7
Remarks
*4
*4
For mounting optional MT200 Matching Transformer.
*1 HX-7 Series speakers cannot be mounted horizontally.
*2 Cannot mount two joined HX-7 Series speaker systems.
However, these speakers can be suspended from a ceiling using the T-bracket alone.
*3 Cannot mount two joined HX-7 Series speaker systems.
*4To ensure waterproof capability, the MT-200 Matching Transformer can only be attached to horizontally
mounted HX-7 Series speaker systems.
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9.2. Installation Examples
Speaker Wall Mounting Bracket
HY-WM7B
HY-WM7W
Angle Adjustment
Bracket
HY-60DB
HY-60DW
HY-60DB-WP
HY-60DW-WP
Speaker
Rigging Bracket
HY-VM7B
HY-VM7W
Speaker
Rigging Frame
HY-PF7B
HY-PF7W
Speaker Wall Mounting Bracket
HY-MS7B-WP
HY-MS7W-WP
Speaker Rigging
Bracket
HY-VM7B
HY-VM7W
Ceiling Mount
Bracket
HY-C0801
HY-C0801W
Speaker
Rigging Bracket
HY-VM7B
HY-VM7W
Speaker Rigging
Bracket
HY-TM7B-WP
HY-TM7W-WP
Speaker
Connection Bracket
HY-CN7B
HY-CN7W
HY-CN7B-WP
HY-CN7W-WP
Matching Transformer
Adapter HY-MT7
Matching Transformer
MT-200
Mounting
Adapter
(commercial
product)
Speaker Stand
Adapter
HY-ST7
Speaker Stand
(commercial
product)
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10. SAFETY WIRE INSTALLATION
Be sure to always use safety wire when installing speaker
systems.
Note
Safety wires, shackles, and other suspension parts are not
supplied with the speaker systems, and must be prepared
separately.
[Wall Mounting Example]
In this example, the optional HY-VM7B and
HY-WM7B brackets are used.
Weight: 39.8 kg (87.74 lb)
WARNING
Be sure to follow all instructions regarding safety wire
installation. If not correctly followed, speakers could fall,
potentially resulting in personal injury.
• Use safety wire that is strong enough to suspend the
full weight of the components to be installed.
• Attach a shackle to the rear angle bar and install
suspension bolts to the wall or ceiling as shown in the
figure at right.
• Only install speaker systems in locations capable of
structurally supporting the weight of the speakers and
their mounting brackets.
Safety wire
Shackle
Rear angle bar
Wall
Make as short as
possible so as not
to slacken.
Note
Attach at least 2 safety wires to the shackle,
then secure them to the wall as shown above.
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11. EQUALIZATION USING A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR
The speaker systems are to reproduce wide-band, high-efficiency sound even without the use of an equalizer.
However, sound quality can be made even clearer and more dynamic with the addition of a TOA digital signal
processor (DSP) set as shown in the table.
• Filter characteristics for using the speaker only
[When using the 0º mode]
HX-7B, HX-7W
HX-7B-WP, HX-7W-WP
[When using the 15º mode]
HX-7B, HX-7W
HX-7B-WP, HX-7W-WP
[When using the 30º mode]
HX-7B, HX-7W
HX-7B-WP, HX-7W-WP
[When using the 45º mode]
HX-7B, HX-7W
HX-7B-WP, HX-7W-WP
[When using the 60º mode]
HX-7B, HX-7W
HX-7B-WP, HX-7W-WP
Filter
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
Frequency
65 Hz
160 Hz
1.75 kHz
4.62 kHz
9.25 kHz
65 Hz
100 Hz
1.75 kHz
4.62 kHz
9.25 kHz
Gain
3.0
-3.5
-7.0
-7.5
4.0
-3.5
-7.0
-7.5
Q
1.000
1.011
3.633
2.145
1.414
1.000
0.700
3.633
2.145
1.414
Delay
Filter
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
Frequency
65 Hz
160 Hz
1.75 kHz
4.62 kHz
65 Hz
100 Hz
1.75 kHz
4.62 kHz
Gain
3.0
-3.0
-7.5
4.0
-3.0
-7.5
Q
1.000
1.011
3.633
2.145
1.000
0.700
3.633
2.145
Delay
Filter
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
Frequency
65 Hz
160 Hz
1.75 kHz
5.00 kHz
65 Hz
100 Hz
1.75 kHz
5.00 kHz
Gain
3.0
-2.0
-3.5
4.0
-2.0
-3.5
Q
1.000
1.011
3.633
1.414
1.000
0.700
3.633
1.414
Delay
Filter
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
Frequency
65 Hz
160 Hz
1.75 kHz
4.62 kHz
65 Hz
100 Hz
1.75 kHz
4.62 kHz
Gain
3.0
-2.5
-2.5
4.0
-2.5
-2.5
Q
1.000
1.011
3.633
2.456
1.000
0.700
3.633
2.456
Delay
Filter
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
Frequency
65 Hz
160 Hz
5.30 kHz
65 Hz
100 Hz
5.30 kHz
Gain
3.0
-3.0
4.0
-3.0
Q
1.000
1.011
2.456
1.000
0.700
2.456
Delay
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
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• Filter characteristics when used with the FB-150 series Subwoofer System
Note
When using the processor with the HX-7 Series and the FB-150 Series, ensure that the wiring polarity of both
units is the same.
[When using the 0º mode]
HX-7 Series
FB-150 Series
Filter
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
LPF (12 dB)
[When using the 15º mode]
HX-7 Series
FB-150 Series
Filter
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
LPF (12 dB)
[When using the 30º mode]
HX-7 Series
FB-150 Series
Filter
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
LPF (12 dB)
[When using the 45º mode]
HX-7 Series
FB-150 Series
Filter
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
PEQ
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
LPF (12 dB)
[When using the 60º mode]
HX-7 Series
FB-150 Series
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Filter
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
PEQ
HPF (12 dB)
PEQ
LPF (12 dB)
Frequency
90 Hz
160 Hz
1.75 kHz
4.62 kHz
9.25 kHz
30 Hz
40 Hz
100 Hz
Gain
3.0
-3.5
-7.0
-7.5
3.0
-
Q
0.700
1.011
3.633
2.145
1.414
1.000
1.414
1.000
Delay
Frequency
90 Hz
160 Hz
1.75 kHz
4.62 kHz
30 Hz
40 Hz
100 Hz
Gain
3.0
-3.0
-7.5
3.0
-
Q
0.700
1.011
3.633
2.145
1.000
1.414
1.000
Delay
Frequency
90 Hz
160 Hz
1.75 kHz
5.00 kHz
30 Hz
40 Hz
100 Hz
Gain
3.0
-2.0
-3.5
3.0
-
Q
0.700
1.011
3.633
1.414
1.000
1.414
1.000
Delay
Frequency
90 Hz
160 Hz
1.75 kHz
4.62 kHz
30 Hz
40 Hz
100 Hz
Gain
3.0
-2.5
-2.5
3.0
-
Q
0.700
1.011
3.633
2.456
1.000
1.414
1.000
Delay
Frequency
90 Hz
160 Hz
5.30 kHz
30 Hz
40 Hz
100 Hz
Gain
3.0
-3.0
3.0
-
Q
0.700
1.011
2.456
1.000
1.414
1.000
Delay
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
0 ms
12. COMBINATION WITH THE MATCHING TRANSFORMER
Using the optional MT-200 Matching Transformer allows the speaker system to be connected to a highimpedance amplifier output. This matching transformer is best for use when the distance between the amplifier
and speaker is very long, or when multiple speaker systems are parallel-connected to a single amplifier.
The MT-200 Matching Transformer can be mounted on the HX-7 Series Speaker System using the HY-MT7
Matching Transformer Adapter.
Regarding the procedure for mounting the transformer on the speaker, refer to the instruction manual supplied
with the MT-200 and the installation manual supplied with the HY-MT7.
13. SPECIFICATIONS
Model No.
Enclosure
Power Handling
Capacity
Rated Impedance
Sensitivity
Frequency Response
Crossover Frequency
Directivity Angle
Speaker Component
Input Terminal
Finish
Enclosure
Punched net
Suspension
bracket
Dimensions
Weight
HX-7B
HX-7W
Bass-reflex type
Continuous pink noise: 250 W (IEC60268-5: 350 W)
Continuous program: 750 W
8Ω
100 dB (1 W, 1 m)
75 Hz – 20 kHz
1.7 kHz
Horizontal: 100º
Vertical : Depending on directivity angle mode
Low frequency : 13 cm (5.5") cone-type x 8
High frequency: Wave front control horn with compression driver x 4
Speakon NL4MP x 2 and M4 screw terminal,
distance between barriers: 9 mm (0.35")
Polypropylene, black
Polypropylene, white
Surface-treated steel plate, black,
Surface-treated steel plate, white,
paint
paint
Steel plate, t 3.0, black, paint
Steel plate, t 3.0, white, paint
497 (w) x 664 (h) x 274 (d) mm (19.57" x 26.14" x 10.79")
30 kg (66.14 lb)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Accessories
Suspension bracket (L, R)*1 ............................................. 1 each
Hex head bolt M6 x 20 with spring and plain washers .............. 4
*1 Suspension bracket L and R are symmetrical to each other.
• Optional products
[HX-7B]
Matching transformer:
Matching transformer adapter:
Speaker mounting bracket:
Speaker stand adapter:
MT-200*2
HY-MT7
HY-60DB, HY-CN7B, HY-PF7B, HY-VM7B, HY-WM7B*3, HY-C0801*3
HY-ST7
[HX-7W]
Matching transformer:
Matching transformer adapter:
Speaker mounting bracket:
Speaker stand adapter:
MT-200*2
HY-MT7
HY-60DW, HY-CN7W, HY-PF7W, HY-VM7W, HY-WM7W*4, HY-C0801W*4
HY-ST7
*2 HY-MT7 Matching Transformer Adapter is separately required.
*3 HY-VM7B Speaker Rigging Bracket is separately required.
*4 HY-VM7W Speaker Rigging Bracket is separately required.
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Model No.
Enclosure
Power Handling
Capacity
Rated Impedance
Sensitivity
Frequency Response
Crossover Frequency
Directivity Angle
Speaker Component
Input Terminal
Water Protection
Finish
Enclosure
Punched net
Dimensions
Weight
HX-7B-WP
HX-7W-WP
Sealed type
Continuous pink noise: 250 W (IEC60268-5: 350 W)
Continuous program: 750 W
8Ω
100 dB (1 W, 1 m)
105 Hz – 20 kHz
1.7 kHz
Horizontal: 100º
Vertical : Depending on directivity angle mode
Low frequency : 13 cm (5.5") cone-type x 8
High frequency: Wave front control horn with compression driver x 4
M4 screw terminal (suplied with the terminal cover),
distance between barriers: 9 mm (0.35")
IPX4 (Install with every speaker module tilted downward from the horizontal.)
Polypropylene, black
Polypropylene, white
Surface-treated steel plate, black,
Surface-treated steel plate, white,
rust proof coating
rust proof coating
497 (w) x 664 (h) x 274 (d) mm (19.57" x 26.14" x 10.79")
30 kg (66.14 lb)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Accessories
Terminal cover ............................................ 1
Tapping screw 4 x 16 .................................. 4
Rubber gasket ............................................ 1
• Optional products
[HX-7B]
Matching transformer:
MT-200*
Matching transformer adapter: HY-MT7
Speaker mounting bracket:
HY-60DB-WP, HY-CN7B-WP, HY-TM7B-WP, HY-MS7B-WP
[HX-7W]
Matching transformer:
MT-200*
Matching transformer adapter: HY-MT7
Speaker mounting bracket:
HY-60DW-WP, HY-CN7W-WP, HY-TM7W-WP, HY-MS7W-WP
* HY-MT7 Matching Transformer Adapter is separately required.
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Traceability Information for Europe
Manufacturer:
TOA Corporation
7-2-1, Minatojima-Nakamachi, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo,
Japan
Authorized representative:
TOA Electronics Europe GmbH
Suederstrasse 282, 20537 Hamburg,
Germany
URL: http://www.toa.jp/
133-01-00032-02
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