The new E12 and E12-D from d&b are two-way multipurpose loudspeakers employing a 1.3” exit HF compression driver and constant directivity horn accommodated within a 12” LF driver. The E12 has an 80°x50° dispersion pattern, while the E12-D has a wider, 110°x50° pattern. The horns in both loudspeakers may be rotated through 90° without the use of tools. When powered by d&b D12 amplifiers, the E12 can produce 134dB SPL (linear weighting), while the wider dispersion E12-D can produce 133dB SPL (linear weighting). The E15X-SUB subwoofer employs a long excursion 15” neodymium driver in a bass-reflex enclosure, extending the frequency response down to 40Hz (-5dB) with an output of up to 130dB SPL (linear weighting) in a cabinet with a volume of just over 4.24cu-ft. and with a footprint of 3.12sq-ft. The loudspeakers are specifically designed for use with d&b amplifiers. The D6 dual channel amplifier will also include configurations for the E12, E12-D, and E15X-SUB.