The Comium 30 is a full-range loudspeaker with a form factor that utilizes the boundaries of a room to enhance performance. This ensures high-quality audio reproduction in most scenarios, in addition to making the cabinet blend into its surroundings. The Comium 30 is available in a passive 2-way PoE version, which can be driven by an external amplifier, as well as a powered version.
The Comium 30 is a large baffle, shallow depth design, utilizing a special type of loading technology and drivers. This leads to high efficiency and good sound quality. The tweeter has a waveguide with a DXT lens that provides wide dispersion even at the highest frequencies in its bandwidth. The woofer has a boundary loading for midbass and mids, while the lowest frequencies are loaded by a transmission line (TL). For this custom woofer, a TL provides 3dB more output than a bass reflex and a more linear behavior from low to high sound pressure.
High and low
The Comium 30 is highly energy efficient. It is a boundary loudspeaker, which means that it uses the wall or ceiling as an acoustic amplifier, enabling higher SPL with less power consumption.
The 90-degree radial dispersion pattern enables a broad coherence window with very low distortion. This means that Comium 30 accommodates a wide variety of listening positions.
Versatile building block
The wide frequency range of the Comium 30 enables it to be used standalone or as a module in a sound system ranging from mono to full object-based surround systems.
Made for installation
The Comium 30 is designed as an installation loudspeaker and works well in both standard and Power over Ethernet setups.
Frequency response ±3dB:
Max. cont. SPL (1m, 2Pi)
Nominal impedance HF:
Power handling capacity
30Hz - 22kHz
Input: 2 x XLR/Jack combo
Dimensions / weight
Dimensions (H x W x D)
592 x 592 x 120 mm