The Mitchell Acoustics Research line
of loudspeakers comprises several distinct product families, each
tailored to a defined range of applications. Common to all
of our designs is a set of design principles known as Coincident Aligned Transducers
Encompassing every aspect of loudspeaker design - including transducers, horn design,
device placement, and crossover topology - this concept results in a multi-way loudspeaker that behaves as a single
full-range radiator rather than as
multiple discrete sources.
Our products are widely acknowledged to excel in transient
response, uniformity of response over their coverage area, and controlled
Note: We now provide data
on all new products, as well as on selected existing ones, in the Common
Loudspeaker Format (CLF) form. Where this data is available for a product, there
is a link to the file at the bottom of the page for that product. A free CLF
file reader is available at
http://clfgroup.org/clfdocuments.htm . Just download the "End User Kit."
- This family of loudspeakers utilizes a two way direct radiator combination consisting of
an 8" woofer and a coaxially positioned 1" dome tweeter. Applications include
nearfield monitoring, presentation systems, and high-quality distributed systems.
- CATTM 40
- This versatile product family is based on a horn loaded two way system comprising an
8" cone driver and a coaxially positioned high frequency unit. Applications include
churches, auditoriums hotel ballrooms, and convention halls. The CAT 40 also finds use in
corporate theater and monitoring applications. Included in the CAT 40 family are a three
way version (CAT 46). A single 12" subwoofer rounds out this product family.
- The newest members of the CAT 40 family are the CAT 499 and CF499. Derived from the CAT
40 series, the CAT 400 product family members incorporate an upgraded 1.75" voice
coil compression driver and a conic-directivity HF horn. Sensitivity and power handling
are substantially higher, and high frequency beamwidth is broader.
- CATTM 50
- Compact, high output, arrayable. The CAT 50 family provides high-fi quality sound and
unmatched directional behavior in a sound reinforcement loudspeaker family. Available in
90 x 40 (CAT 59) and 60 x 40 (CAT 56) directivities, and now in higher-output variants,
the CAT 564 and CAT 594. Two package-compatible low frequency devices - the F2520 with 2
12" transducers, and the F2510 with a single 18 - are also available.
- The CAT 599 provides the CAT 50 family attributes in a lower-Q device with conic
directivity. Also available as a floor monitor - the M599 - the CAT 599 is a versatile
addition to the family.
- CAT 50 family members are also available in a higher-output format, the CAT 564 and CAT
594. Utilizing the same horns and enclosures as the CAT 56 and CAT 59, these uprated
units incorporate a 3" voice coil HF driver for increased sensitivity and power
handling, while retaining all the directivity and packaging attributes of the
original members of this popular product family.
- CATTM 60
- The CAT 60 family members offer self-contained full range sound in compact enclosures.
Used as cinema screen speakers, studio monitors, and sound reinforcement speakers, the CAT
66 and CAT 69 are thoroughly proven world-class performers.
CATTM 70 A Series
- When the acoustic environment is hostile, the CAT 70 family offers superior solutions.
With nominal directivity to 350 Hz, these large-format two way horn systems can tame the
worst reverberation. Recently upgraded to larger HF drivers, the CAT 70 configuration is
available in 60 x 40 (CAT 76A) and 90 x 40 (CAT 79A) directivities.
CATTM 2x7 Dual Coincident Array
When employing direct radiating
array loudspeakers ("line arrays"), the conscientious sound system designer has
previously been forced to accept several highly unattractive compromises in
electroacoustic performance. The CAT 2 x 7 Dual Coincident Array loudspeaker
Note: the following files are updated from time to time to reflect new and/or
revised products. The revision date of the current file is shown in parentheses. If you
last downloaded that file prior to the date shown, please download the newer one and
replace prior versions.
EASE data for Frazier Products (10/02/01)
CADP2 data for Frazier Products (6/10/99)
Ulysses Data for Frazier Products (6/20/02)
Drawing files for Frazier Products (.dwg format)
Drawing files for Frazier Products (.dxf format) (2/8/2012)
Frazier Mounting Bracket Information/Instructions(01/10/01)
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insure the accuracy of all product data we provide. However, all drawings, simulation
data, and specifications are provided for informational purposes only. Frazier assumes no
liability for any errors. Specifications are subject to change without notice.