Discontinued product


Built for the Millennium Dome show in 2000

The Res 9 featured several new technologies for the turn of the Millennium, including aerospace aluminium composite construction, Neodymium magnets and integrated PWM (Class D) amplifiers for 3-way active operation.

A full touring version was never built, but this concept ultimately became the Res 5T system.

After the Millennium Dome, Res 9s were used on a variety of other events, including Jamiroquai's 2002 Japan tour as a long-throw section for Res 5T arrays. For outdoor use, units were converted to passive (externally amplified) with covers for the mid-high section.


Lightweight, ultra high intensity three-way loudspeaker

  • 1
    Aerospace aluminium composite cabinet
  • 2
    Neodymium magnets
  • 3
    Integrated PWM (Class D) amplifiers

Technical Specification

Driver 2 x 15"
Operating Band 75Hz - 445Hz
Sensitivity at 1m 107dB at 2V
Power (AES) 700W
Nominal Impedence
Driver 2 x 8"
Operating Band 445Hz - 5.77kHz
Sensitivity at 1m 111dB at 2.8V
Power (AES) 350W
Nominal Impedence
Driver 4 x 1"
Operating Band 5.55kHz - 18kHz
Sensitivity at 1m 113dB at 2.8V
Power (AES) 200W
Nominal Impedence
Weight 68kg (150lbs)
Nominal Dispersion 25° Horizontal x 25° Vertical
Connectors Wago terminals