The new Phantom revolution. More compact than ever.
Inherited from Phantom’s proprietary sound and design technologies, Phantom Reactor Custom is a 2-way active loudspeaker, specifically engineered to provide unique experiences in custom whole home audio and commercial spaces.
Embedding professional features such as Dante network and analog/AES input, Phantom Reactor Custom was made to fulfil integrators technical requirements.
Applications : • Residentials • Cafés & Restaurants • Resorts & Hotels venues • Retail stores • Gym & Sport centres • Offices • Shopping malls & Department stores
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Phantom Reactor Custom can be integrated with various ecosystems—such as Crestron and Control 4—thanks to the compatibility of our drivers. Easily configure and control your installation from your network infrastructure. As easy as it sounds.
Best in-class active speaker : featuring Devialet’s ADH® amplification technology, the most awarded technology in High end history (+80 awards for Devialet)
Full range speaker architecture : Reactor Custom reproduces ultra-low frequencies that resonate beyond the limits of the human ear. The sheer thrust force behind each lateral woofer generates an unusually strong physical impact for speakers this small.
Ultra-compact : 3L for 4.3kg, ensuring the right balance between interior design’s requirements and sound performances
Resistant : IP44 to ensure reliability over time
96 dB SPL at 1 meter
800 Watts peak
THD+N* : 0.001% | Saturation : 0 | Background Noise 0 dB SPL at 1m (*Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise)
Bandwidth: 18Hz to 21kHz (@-6dB)
Accuracy in frequency response : ± 1dB from 25Hz to 20kHz
Tailor-made solution for hotel rooms and suites, we put you in control. Improve your clients’ experience by offering them a unique sensory interlude with Phantom Reactor. Define your speakers’ maximum power, make plug and play easy for your clients with Bluetooth or audio jack, and maintain an unbelievable signature sound. You’re the master of your domain.
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