Yamaha DSR112 1300W 12" Powered Speaker

1,300-watt Powered PA Speaker with 12" Low-frequency Driver and 2" High-frequency Driver (each)
Yamaha DSR112 1300W 12
Yamaha DSR112 1300W 12
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Powerful Performance, Road-tough construction!

Yamaha's outstanding DSR112 powered PA speaker gives you big, clean, and clear sound. This active loudspeaker's Class-D power plant puts out a hefty 1,300 total watts, so you know you have plenty of horsepower for all kinds of venues. Onboard DSP protects the DSR112 from overloads, while a digital crossover keeps the high-quality HF and LF drivers performing at peak efficiency. 48-bit sound processing and premium onboard AD/DA converters make the DSR112 deliver high-definition live sound. This amazingly powerful and lightweight speaker is also built to handle the rigors of constant transport, thanks to its rugged cabinet construction, LINE-X outer coating, tough 16-gauge steel grille, and very convenient deep-pocket side handles. When you need uncompromising live sound reproduction, you need the DSR112!

Yamaha DSR112 Powered 12" PA Speaker Features:
  • Class-D power amp
  • 1,300 watts (850W LF, 450W HF)
  • 12" LF driver
  • 2" Titanium compression HF driver
  • DSP-controlled protection
  • 48-bit sound processing
  • Digital crossover with proprietary FIR-X tuning
  • Variable-brightness LED on front panel
  • Wide-dispersion waveguide horn
  • XLR and 1/4" inputs, XLR throughput
  • Deep-pocket side handles
  • Heavy-duty powder-coated 16-gauge steel grille
  • Locking IEC power connector
  • 5-year Warranty
Yamaha's extraordinary DSR112 powered PA speaker gives you huge, clean sound and premium performance over the long haul!

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Tech Specs

Powered Yes
Power Configuration Bi-amped
LF Driver Size 1 x 12"
HF Driver Size 2"
LF Driver Power Amp 850W (Class D)
HF Driver Power Amp 450W (Class D)
Total Power 1300W
Inputs 1 x XLR, 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x XLR
Frequency Range 55Hz-20khz (-10 dB), 60Hz-18kHz (-3 dB)
Crossover Frequency 1.7kHz
Maximum Peak SPL 134dB
Horizontal Coverage Angle 90 Degrees
Vertical Coverage Angle 60 Degrees
Enclosure Material LINE-X-coated Wood
Mounting Options Pole, Floor Wedge
Height 25.25"
Width 14.5"
Depth 14.6"
Weight 47 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number DSR112

Customer Reviews

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Best MI grade powered box, period

The DSR112 is hands down the best MI grade powered 12" and 2" inch box I've heard or used. It gets stupid loud, tear your face off loud in fact, is VERY stable feedback wise for a wedge and has great sound and coverage. Yamaha / Nexo did an excellent job on this box. Weight wise they are not bad and the finish is excellent, very durable and holds up amazing. Major thumbs up on the durability of the finish guys. I'd love to see them offer a real pro grade cover option, the slip covers they sell are horrible, they should be fully enclosed and DURABLE for guys who gig these things on a pro level. I own 12 of these boxes and I'm planning to add more to inventory. Yamaha are you listening ? pro covers that are fully enclosed with grill protection & velcro, no zippers! My suggestions for a second gen version of this box or series would be, a rota-table or a narrow coverage horn option for arraying them. Also the ability to mirror them for wedges, and maybe adding power-con in and through, and foam backing the grille for a more pro look for corporate audio would really step this up to a serious pro grade little *** kicker. Sound and output wise I wouldn't change a thing honestly. Maybe also doing a coax wedge version would be a really cool thing, something similar to a rcf nx12sma or nx15sma , or micro wedge territory... None the less, great box, you won't be let down if you buy it. Yamaha make a gen 2 and i'll buy a bunch and I'm confident others will to. Cheers! Nick -
Music background: Sound Engineer and Musician


Just received 2 of these speakers with 2 of the DSR118W subs. We had in our church the Bose MA12 with M4 bass modules. We did a side by side comparison using our X32 system and there is no comparison. Without touching the EQ on the system the DSR112 brought our music to life. Everytime we panned back to the Bose it sounded like our music was covered under a blanket. The vocals sound clear and balanced. Our drum cymbals,...let's just say we can now hear our drum cymbals clearly. The subs WOW!!! Clear, precise and powerful. This was definitely an upgrade. It's clear at low volume and wow is it clear when you crank up the volume. These things love high volume. The plan for our church was to wait to use them until after the New Year but our pastor loved them so much that he asked for us to install them now. The experience with Sweetwater's customer service, (Wayne), was so good it made the overall transition that much better. Thanks guys over at Sweetwater and if you're skeptical or looking to upgrade your PA's these are great!!! I highly recommend these to any and all.


The most powerful cleanest sounding pa speakers i have ever owned or experienced. These speakers are amazing and no matter how loud you play them they won't distort. I'd recommend these to everyone who's interested in having the best sound thats possible. And i'd also recommend SWEETWATER MUSIC i mean WOW these guys rock and Andy Plank thanks Bro. i feel like I've known you my whole life. Thanks man you rocking it too.
Music background: Part time Pro Musician

Best in Class

I listened to JBL, QSC and EV's competing models before choosing the DSR112. They are a little heavy, but they make up for it in sound quality. I like the simple rear panel. From what I've heard, I think these are the best thing at this price-point. They are a welcome addition to my inventory.
Music background: Live Sound Engineer

This Spekers Rock! No one else can compare

I'm a DJ that dose Small and Big Party's I have had them for 3 years and have never failed me. They have a Tone of Headroom. At all the venues were I used them was never able to put them all the way up as it was too loud. Did 2 Parades last Month and the Only sub's that can realy keep up with them was the Yorkville ls801P. Had One DSR112 with a LS801p on each side of the float and you could hear this baby's 20 blocks away. People close to the on the side would cover their ears as they were really loud. In direct sunlight for more then 3 hours and never clip or heat. This is the best investment I ever made. Highly recomended. Had the best sound of the parade and put the other float's to sham. Still getting calls on how clear the sound was. With this speakers I have no fear were my next gig will take me. DJ Reyes.
Music background: Live sound
See also: Yamaha, Yamaha PA Speakers