Micro Centrix

Krix Micro-Centrix Centre Channel Speaker The use of a centre channel in your home theatre system is to provide good imaging and sound localisation, particularly when sitting off centre (left or right of the TV). It will deliver some 70% of the action and therefore must be able to reproduce vocals and other complex information accurately.

Although it is the smallest centre channel manufactured by Krix, sound quality has not been compromised in the slightest, with this compact speaker able to deliver all the depth and clarity demanded of it by movie soundtracks.

When using the Micro Centrix , the centre channel setting on your amplifier/receiver should be in either normal or small mode, depending on the amplifiers specifications. Either of these settings will pass low frequency energy to the main left and right speakers and reduce the amount of 'work' that the centre channel must do allowing for a smaller, lowered powered speaker like the Micro Centrix to be used.

The Micro Centrix is compact in size, allowing it to be easily positioned on top of your TV or cabinet, and is magnetically shielded to prevent colour distortion on your TV screen.


Frequency Range: 75Hz - 20kHz in room response
Power Handling: Maximum 80 watts RMS amplifier power
Sensitivity: 88dB for 2.83 volts at 1 metre
Configuration: Point source dual 4 inch 2-way
Bass Drivers: • Fibre reinforced moulded polymer baskets with 2 x nominal 4" (100mm) doped paper cones
• 1" (25mm) voice coil wound on high powered aluminium former. Double magnet shielded.
Tweeter: • ¾" (19mm) fabric dome
• Ferro fluid cooled
• Neodymium magnet
Crossover Point: 2.2kHz
Impedance: Nominally 8 ohms
Enclosure Type: Sealed enclosure
Dimensions (HxWxD): 150mm x 360mm x 145mm
Material: 16mm MDF
Finish: Textured vinyl or lacquered timber veneer
Volume: 5 litres internal
Weight: 4kg