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Owner's Manual for
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  • Page 1

    X SERIES
    LOUDSPEAKER SYSTEMS
    From Fender Pro Audio

    Owner's Manual for
    1110X / 1201X / 1205X
    P/N 052048



  • Page 2

    Fender Musical Instruments
    7975 North Hayden Road, Scottsdale, Arizona 85258 U.S.A.

    A Message from the Chairman
    At Fender, we know the importance of sound reinforcement. From the simple
    box-top powered mixer to today’s touring concert systems, the need to
    communicate to make the connection between the performer and the
    audience is foremost in our mind.
    Perhaps no other piece of gear can make or break your message or your band’s
    sound than your sound reinforcement gear. Your sound system is far more than
    just a combination of dials, wires and speakers. It is an integral part of the audio
    chain and should be treated with special care and attention to detail.
    Fender knows what building quality musical instruments and sound
    reinforcement equipment is all about. In fact, many of the world’s best
    sounding electric musical instruments and sound reinforcement equipment
    proudly wear the Fender name.
    Whether you need a small powered mixer for your Saturday afternoon “jam” or
    a professional full-size concert system, Fender has the sound reinforcement
    gear to meet your needs. Likewise, your decision to purchase quality Fender
    Professional Audio Equipment is one you will appreciate with each
    performance for years to come.
    Wishing you years of enjoyment and a heartfelt thank you,

    Bill Schultz
    Bill Schultz
    Chairman of the Board
    Fender Musical Instruments Corporation



  • Page 3

    1110X / 1201X / 1205X
    PROFESSIONAL LOUDSPEAKER
    SYSTEMS
    INTRODUCTION

    High Current 1/4” Phone Jacks

    Thank you for purchasing an X Series 1110X / 1201X
    / 1205X Loudspeaker System from Fender® Pro
    Audio. We are sure you will find it both a unique and
    effective sound reinforcement product, providing
    years of trouble-free service day in and day out.

    Dual Piezoelectric Horn
    Rugged Metal Grille

    X Series Loudspeaker Systems are professional, fullrange, two-way, compact loudspeakers designed for
    the most demanding permanent or portable sound
    reinforcement requirements. Moreover, these speakers
    are ideal for use as a two-way system or as the mid /
    high pack in a three-way set-up incorporating a Fender
    115sA / 118sA subwoofer loudspeaker system.

    Metal Corners and Rubber Feet
    Tough Tolex® Covering

    X Series Loudspeaker Systems are designed to form
    the basis of everything from a small public address
    system to the nightly rigors of a “working band’s” sound
    system. After moisture sealing, X Series cabinets are
    covered in tough black Tolex® covering. Likewise, X
    Series cabinets also feature metal corners and rubber
    feet for a longer life and lasting looks.
    Please read through this owner’s guide in order to more
    fully understand the operational characteristics of your
    X Series Loudspeaker enclosure.

    CAUTION: Almost all speakers produce strong
    magnetic fields which may interfere with the
    normal operation of nearby electronic devices,
    including televisions and computer video monitors.
    To reduce or eliminate interference, increase the
    distance between this product and other nearby
    electronic devices.

    3



  • Page 4

    SPEAKER WIRING AND CONNECTIONS
    Parallel or series are the two basic ways which multiple
    speakers can be connected to a single power amplifier.
    When speakers are connected in parallel, their
    combined impedance decreases. For speakers wired
    in series the opposite is true, their combined
    impedance increases. Thus, when speakers are wired
    in series, higher impedance speakers in the series draw
    more power from the amplifier than do speakers in the
    series with lower impedances. When speakers are
    wired in parallel, the opposite is true. Higher
    impedance speakers will draw less power from the
    amplifier than lower impedance speakers will draw.

    Keep in mind, power and audio signal cables are the
    most common sources of sound system failure. Well
    made and carefully maintained cables are essential to
    the reliability of the entire sound system. If long speaker
    cables are required, it is important to ensure the cable‘s
    gauge is sufficient to transfer all of the available
    amplifier power to the speakers rather than absorbing
    the power itself. As a rule of thumb, larger wires are
    better as they conduct more power to the speakers
    (larger wire has smaller gauge numbers).
    Below are two charts listing speaker wire gauges and
    recommendations for best results.

    At Fender ®, we recommend connecting multiple
    speakers in parallel for several reasons. First, if one
    speaker fails, the others will continue to operate. Second,
    because in a series connection one speaker affects the
    output of the other speakers, unpredictable frequency
    response is a concern. Third, most speaker cabinets
    are already wired for parallel connections making parallel
    connections the most common wiring method.

    SPEAKER WIRE LENGTH

    SPEAKER WIRE GAUGE

    Below are two charts demonstrating how to calculate
    both parallel and series impedance.
    PARALLEL IMPEDANCE
    1
    1
    1
    1
    +
    Z 1 Z 2 ... Z n

    Cabinet B
    Impedance

    Zp =
    16Ω* 5.3*
    4

    8Ω

    8
    5.3

    +
    -

    A

    100'-UP
    (30.5 m-UP)

    50'-100'
    (15.25-30.5 m)

    *25'-50'
    (7.60-15.25 m)

    10'-25'
    (3.05-7.60 m)

    0'-10'
    (0.00-3.05 m)

    +

    20*

    24

    32

    8Ω

    10

    12

    16

    24

    4Ω

    6

    8

    12

    20

    2Ω

    4

    6

    10

    18

    2Ω 4Ω* 8Ω 16Ω
    Cabinet A
    Impedance

    +

    Cabinet B
    Impedance

    16

    14 *16

    18

    16

    18

    18

    18

    18

    18

    Cross-

    Resistance in Ω per foot
    AWG Section
    2
    [mm ] (30.5 cm) @ 77º F (25º C)

    Z s = Z + Z ... Z
    1
    2
    n

    +
    -

    14

    *Example - If the speaker wire length
    required is between 25-50 feet (7.6015.25 meters) and the speaker
    impedance is 8Ω, the minimum
    recommended speaker wire gauge is 16.

    -

    +
    -

    12

    SPEAKER IMPEDANCE [z]

    SERIES IMPEDANCE
    18

    14

    B

    *Example- Cabinet A is 8 ohms. Cabinet B is
    16 ohms . The total impedance when connected
    in parallel is:
    1
    Zp =
    = 5.3 ohms.
    1
    1
    +
    8
    16

    16Ω*

    12

    4Ω *8Ω 16Ω

    +
    -

    8Ω* 16Ω
    Cabinet A
    Impedance

    10

    A

    B

    -

    4

    18

    0.83

    .00651

    16
    14

    1.32
    2.10

    .00409
    .00258

    12
    10

    3.32

    .00162

    5.27

    .00102

    8

    8.38

    .00064



  • Page 5

    X SERIES SPEAKER CONNECTIONS

    30º

    X
    Cabinet

    The X Series Loudspeaker Systems’ 1/4" jacks are
    wired in parallel allowing any one of the connectors to
    be used as an input and any other as an output. This
    allows "daisy chaining" of multiple loudspeakers,
    eliminating the need for several long, cumbersome runs
    of speaker cable (see diagram on page 6). Their
    connections are as follows:
    Polarity

    Two speakers in a "loose pack" array
    requiring maximum horizontal
    coverage

    Phone Jack

    Positive (+)
    Negative (-)

    NOTE: When setting up your X Series enclosures, be
    sure to place the cabinets in such a way as to minimize
    overlapping radiating patterns.

    Tip
    Sleeve

    A second consideration is for feedback and bass
    performance. If the speaker is placed near a large, flat
    wall, the bass output will increase by approximately 6
    dB. Placing the speaker near a wall can cause
    feedback. If this occurs, the speaker must be moved.

    If X enclosures are used as the mid / high pack in a larger
    three-way loudspeaker array, an external crossover
    may be used with the speaker and two channels of
    power amplification will be required: one for the low
    frequencies and another for the high frequencies (see
    diagram on page 7).

    A third consideration is to what degree the speaker
    should be "heard and not seen", especially in
    permanent installations. Remember, where the
    speaker cabinets are placed will effect both their tone
    and radiating patterns.

    SETUP SUGGESTIONS
    The placement of any speaker can dramatically affect
    its sound. Thus, there are several considerations to
    review when placing loudspeakers.

    CARPET COVERING CARE

    First, the range of the horizontal coverage should be
    determined. The speaker may be used as a single unit,
    as part of a pair, or as part of a group of widely spaced
    enclosures, in any case, maximum horizontal coverage
    will be desired. Examples of these types of setups
    are shown. The horn in this configuration has a
    horizontal coverage angle of 70º and a vertical
    coverage of 35º.

    X
    et
    Cabin

    Stage

    X
    Cabinet

    X Series cabinets are covered in a
    tough, black Tolex covering for long life
    and lasting good looks. To clean the
    Tolex covering, use a sponge and a light
    soapy water solution to wipe away any
    smudges or dirt. For stubborn stains,
    a slightly more concentrated soapy solution may be
    used. Avoid spilling liquids on the input panel, grille
    and speakers.

    X
    Cabin

    et

    Audience
    Two speakers arranged as a mono or stereo
    pair requiring maximum horizontal coverage

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  • Page 6

    “DAISY CHAINING” X SERIES ENCLOSURES

    6



  • Page 7

    USING AN ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER WITH X SERIES ENCLOSURES

    INPUT

    INPUT
    -∞

    -∞

    -∞

    -∞

    -∞

    -∞

    PCN-2 ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER HIGH
    OUT

    7

    LOW
    OUT



  • Page 8

    SPECIFICATIONS
    MODEL

    1110X

    1201X

    1205X

    PART NUMBER

    071-1100-200

    071-1201-200

    071-1205-200

    MAXIMUM dB SPL
    OUTPUT LONG TERM

    120 dB

    121 dB

    121 dB

    CABINET

    3/4" (1.9 cm)
    Birch Plywood

    3/4" (1.9 cm)
    Birch Plywood

    3/4" (1.9 cm)
    Birch Plywood

    CONNECTIONS

    (2) 1/4" Phone Jacks

    (2) 1/4" Phone Jacks

    (2) 1/4" Phone Jacks

    DRIVER

    Low:

    10" (25.4 cm) woofer
    2" (5 cm) voice coil

    12" (30.5 cm) woofer
    2" (5 cm) voice coil

    15" (38.1 cm) woofer
    2.5" (6.35 cm) voice coil

    High:

    1" (2.5 cm) Exit Throat
    Polymer Diaphragm
    Dual Piezoelectric Driver

    1" (2.5 cm) Exit Throat
    Polymer Diaphragm
    Dual Piezoelectric Driver

    1" (2.5 cm) Exit Throat
    Polymer Diaphragm
    Dual Piezoelectric Driver

    FREQUENCY Axial
    RESPONSE
    +/- 3 dB:

    65 Hz to 20kHz

    60 Hz to 20kHz

    60 Hz to 20kHz

    AXIAL
    SENSITIVITY

    94 dB

    95 dB

    95 dB

    POWER RATING

    100W

    100W

    150W

    NOMINAL IMPEDANCE

    8Ω

    8Ω

    8Ω

    DIMENSIONS Height
    Width
    Depth

    19.5"
    16"
    11"

    WEIGHT

    35 lbs. (15.9kg)

    SPL @
    1W/1m:

    (49.3 cm)
    (40.5 cm)
    (28 cm)

    21"
    17"
    12.6"

    (53 cm)
    (43.2 cm)
    (32 cm)

    47 lbs. (21.5 kg)

    A PRODUCT OF:
    FENDER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CORP.
    CORONA, CA 91720 USA

    25.25" (64 cm)
    19.25" (48.7 cm)
    13"
    (33 cm)
    55 lbs. (25 kg)






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