Jensen Introduces the C12K-2 Speaker

The newest addition is a British-voiced speaker that is designed to handle high levels of overdrive and distortion.

Tempe, AZ (September 20, 2019) -- The C12K-2 is a 100-watt 12” ceramic speaker that provides a modern British voice in a vintage American package.

This high-powered speaker features a low-end punch with a warm, rich midrange and smooth, articulate highs.

Not only is the C12K-2 capable of handling high levels of overdrive and distortion but is also capable of achieving clarity and detailed response with those sounds. The C12K-2 can beautifully produce the complex and nuanced tones of vintage and boutique amplifiers.

Visit Jensentone.com for full detailed specifications and sound samples of all the Jensen Speakers. These speakers are now available – Call your local Jensen Dealer!

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